Boy, 8, dies from asthma attack after playing Quaser laser on his birthday

Boy, 8, dies from asthma attack after playing Quaser laser at a birthday party Adam Mark Winfandale's condition 'was very manageable', said motherStaff at local laser game centre deemed him fit enough to playAfter 15 minutes of playing, Adam came out of game and requested inhaler But he said it didn't work and within in minutes his condition deteriorated Ambulance arrived within one minute but Adam died in hospital By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 09:53 GMT, 26 April 2013 | UPDATED: 14:34 GMT, 26 April 2013 DM.has('shareLink', 'shareLinks', { 'id': '2315117', 'title': 'Boy, 8, dies from asthma attack after playing Quaser laser at a birthday party', 'url': 'http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2315117/Boy-8-dies-asthma-attack-playing-Quaser-laser-birthday.html', 'eTwitterStatus': 'Boy,%208,%20dies%20from%20asthma%20attack%20after%20playing%20Quaser%20laser%20on%20his%20birthday%20http://bit.ly/15LzsqZ%20via%[email protected]' }); An eight-year-old boy collapsed and died after an asthma attack at a friend's birthday party, an inquest heard.

The excuses MEN give for avoiding sex

Not tonight, darling, EastEnders is on: The excuses MEN give for avoiding sex Other excuses included being put off by peeping cats and dogs and being too full after a large mealExperts fear some men are avoiding sex to hide erectile dysfunction problems By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 00:22 GMT, 30 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:04 GMT, 30 January 2013 As far as excuses go, turning down an intimate night of passion with a woman to watch an episode of a soap opera, may not rest easy in some households.

Playing violent video games for just 20 minutes a day can encourage aggressive behaviour

Playing violent video games for just 20 minutes a day can encourage aggressive behaviour University students were asked to play a violent video game or a driving game over three daysThey were then set a couple of tests to see how they reacted to the outside worldThose who played shoot-em-ups like Call of Duty were more likely to assume the world was hostile and react aggressively | UPDATED: 16:57 GMT, 11 December 2012 Playing a violent video game for just an hour over a three-day period is enough to increase aggressive behaviour, according to a new study.

The hilarious detention slips that got students extra time in class

Claiming to be Jesus Detention! Getting hit in the face by a paper airplane Detention! Calling a teacher a muggle Detention! America”s weirdest troublemakers revealed.While everyone gets in trouble at school at least once, some take it to a whole new level.

Boistrous brothers give each other a lion hug after spending a night apart and resemble Cerberus

Hey, guys, you’re cramping my style! Boisterous brothers give each other a ‘lion hug’ after spending a night apart. This is the spectacular moment three boisterous lions appear to merge as one during a game of rough and tumble in a South African game park.

Boy, three, has skull reshaped and put back together like a JIGSAW after it fused together and stopped his brain growing

Boy, 3, has skull reshaped and put back together like a JIGSAW after it fuses together and stops his brain growing Archie diagnosed with Craniosynostosis, which effects one in 3,000 childrenCaused when skull plates fuse too early meaning brain doesn't have room to grow | UPDATED: 11:35 GMT, 31 July 2012 A little boy has enjoyed his first game of football with his brothers after surgeons reshaped his skull and put it back together – like a jigsaw.

Computer game tackles depression in teenagers using fantasy game

Computer game tackles depression in teenagers using fantasy game | UPDATED: 06:36 GMT, 20 April 2012 Playing a 3D computer game could be just as effective at treating young people with depression as face-to-face counselling, new research has suggested.