Richard Eggers, 68, fired from Wells Fargo bank for “stealing” TEN CENTS when he was a TEENAGER

A 68-year-old bank employee fired for “stealing” TEN CENTS from a laundromat when he was a TEENAGER Richard Eggers, 68, tried to use a cardboard dime to get a free load of laundry back in 1963 when he was 19-years-oldA sheriff caught him and charged the teen with fraudHe, like many others, has now been fired from his job at Wells Fargo from the indiscretion that took place nearly a half century ago

A father"s job can raise his child"s risk of a birth defect

A father's job can raise his child's risk of a birth defectPhotographers, artists, drivers and gardeners among higher risk groups | UPDATED: 06:58 GMT, 18 July 2012 Researchers studied the career histories of 1,000 men who had fathered a child with birth defects (file photo) Fathers who do certain jobs may be more at risk of having children with birth defects, a study has found.

Facebook appeals for living kidney donors are surprisingly successful

How transplant patients are turning to Facebook to appeal for organ donors One appeal site for a young child encouraged more than 600 people to be tested as potential donorsOnly 5 per cent of appeal sites mention medical risks | UPDATED: 11:14 GMT, 24 May 2012 Transplant patients are turning to social networks in ever greater numbers in their desperate search for organs – and appear to be getting results.