Frail widow, 88, left on hospital trolley for 12 HOURS in “chaotic” A&E department

Frail widow, 88, left on hospital trolley for 12 HOURS in 'chaotic' A&E department Betty Newberry had to wait 12 hours on a hospital trolley overnight She was rushed to Worcester Royal Hospital after she collapsedNurses in the overcrowded department were treating patients in corridors By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 13:08 GMT, 1 March 2013 | UPDATED: 13:09 GMT, 1 March 2013 A frail pensioner endured a 12 hour wait on a hospital trolley as overworked nurses struggled in a ‘chaotic’ accident and emergency department.

Mother-of-six who coughed up an entire TUMOUR a year ago is declared cancer free

Mother-of-six who coughed up an entire TUMOUR a year ago is declared cancer free Claire Osborn started coughing and a 2cm cancerous lump flew out of her mouthShe was initially given a 50% chance of survivalShe is now applying to Guinness World Records as she may be the only person to cough up an entire tumour A mother-of-six who coughed up a tumour a year ago has been told she is now free of cancer.

Transverse Myelitis: Lucy Alexander tells how a rare disease left her young daughter confined to a wheelchair

Kitty went to school feeling unwell – by lunchtime she'd lost the use of her legs: TV host Lucy Alexander tells how a rare disease left her young daughter confined to a wheelchair | UPDATED: 13:39 GMT, 5 August 2012 When Lucy Alexander’s daughter Kitty said she felt ill one morning, her mother assumed it wasn’t anything serious.

Working women more likely to put on weight "as they put office needs over their health"

Working women more likely to put on weight 'as they put office needs over their health' Scientists claimed career-driven women are inclined to foresake healthy home-cooked food and exercise less | UPDATED: 16:17 GMT, 11 July 2012 Dr Au said: 'Longer work hours may reduce the time spent preparing home-cooked meals' Women who work more than 35 hours every week are more likely to put on weight, according to a new scientific study.

Woman who dropped three dress sizes thought she was getting fit but it was actually terminal cancer

Woman who dropped three dress sizes thought she was getting fit but it was actually terminal cancerMelanie Swan-Horton's dramatic weight loss was due to bowel cancerShe had started high protein diet to slim down after divorce two years ago After chemo and surgery nothing more can be done for married mumDying mission is to educate people on how to spot cancer symptoms | UPDATED: 19:50 GMT, 30 May 2012 When dieter Melanie Swan-Horton saw her weight plummet from a size 16 to a size ten she was thrilled.

Why this image of a model who isn"t ill is a slap in the face for women fighting breast cancer

Why this image of a model who isn't ill is a slap in the face for women fighting breast cancer | UPDATED: 21:10 GMT, 26 May 2012 My initial reaction to this stunning new Breast Cancer Care poster campaign was: ‘Fantastic!’ It is a photograph of a woman naked from the waist up, completely bald.