Little miracles: Born at only 23 weeks the health of these adorable twins is a modern medicine marvel, but raises troubling questions about Britain's abortion law limit…
Telescope in your eye that can see off age-related blindness | UPDATED: 01:03 GMT, 11 December 2012 Dry macular degeneration is the leading cause of age-related blindness in Britain, and affects nearly 300,000 people.
Fat children up to six times more likely to develop gallstones, researchers warnOverweight girls most at risk, according to a U.S.
“My dead sister paid for Progressive to defend driver who killed her”: Brother”s outrage at insurance company”s efforts to avoid paying claim. A brother has called out at an insurance company after it paid for lawyers to defend the negligent driver who killed his sister to avoid paying out on her policy in full.
The dizzy spells that are actually migraines – without the headache | UPDATED: 22:32 GMT, 25 June 2012 'My head felt heavy, as if it was a bowling ball,' said Toria Law When Toria Law went to her GP complaining she felt dizzy and occasionally nauseous, he assured her it was an inner ear infection and said she’d be back to normal within a fortnight.
Teacher who has been in coma for 10 months starts CRYING after he hears fiancee's voice on phone held to his earMathew Taylor, 31, has been unconscious since horrific motorbike crashTears were first signs of life following accident in Bali last JulyFamily had to raise 100,000 to have him treated there then flown home Fiancee Anda Nurul, 27, was forced to leave him in British hospital after her visa ran out Doctors had told his family he might never wake up | UPDATED: 15:35 GMT, 7 June 2012 A teacher who has been in a coma for 10 months has shown the first signs of recovery – he began to cry on hearing his fiancee's voice on the telephone.
NHS trust fined record 325,000 for auctioning off online computer hard drives filled with HIV patients' detailsIndividual working for IT provider removed at least 252 of the approximate 1,000 hard drives he was supposed to destroy from Brighton General Hospital in 2010Personal data belonging to tens of thousands of patients and staff was then sold on auction website | UPDATED: 15:29 GMT, 1 June 2012 An NHS trust has been fined a record amount after it sold computer hard drives in an online auction without first removing confidential details about patients with HIV.
Hospital clamps down on health tourism by demanding patients prove they are 'living lawfully' in Britain before handing out free NHS treatment Staff working at Southend Hospital in Essex must ask patients if they have lived in the UK for the past year Strict new rules have been introduced after an increase in overseas visitors not eligible for free NHS care | UPDATED: 12:05 GMT, 28 May 2012 Patients must prove they are 'living lawfully' in Britain before receiving free treatment on the NHS at an Essex hospital.
Desperate girl, 12, has mystery disease that means her stomach won't stop swelling | UPDATED: 16:39 GMT, 28 March 2012 A 12-year-old girl with a rare disease has a stomach so swollen she looks like she is on the verge of giving birth.
Cut out the cowboys: Now even plastic surgeons call for total ban on cosmetic op adverts