Trying to have a baby? New formula predicts woman"s chance of falling pregnant

Trying to have a baby New formula predicts woman's chance of falling pregnant The average 25-year-old woman who has been trying for six months, has a 15 per cent chance of conceiving in the next month | UPDATED: 01:06 GMT, 5 October 2012 A formula that predicts a woman’s chances of pregnancy has been devised by scientists.

Poorer patients have more NHS operations cancelled but white middle class people are more likely to complain

Poorer patients have more NHS operations cancelled but white middle class people are more likely to complain Study by Kings College London examined five million patients scheduled to have an operation | UPDATED: 21:07 GMT, 15 September 2012 People from deprived backgrounds and ethnic minorities are more likely to have their NHS operations cancelled, according to a new study.