Schoolgirl, 15, left in agony from severe burns over her whole body after allowed to use sunbed at gym

Gym owner fined after girl, 15, suffered agonising burns all over her body following two illegal ten-minute sunbed sessions Two days after sunbed visit she was rushed to hospital after her skin broke out in blistersShe was left bed-ridden for days and it took three weeks for her skin to heal By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 10:53 GMT, 29 January 2013 | UPDATED: 12:01 GMT, 29 January 2013 A 15-year-old girl suffered severe burns all over her body after she was illegally allowed to use a sunbed at a gym.

British workers are most depressed in Europe

British workers 'are the most depressed in Europe' European survey found 26% of British workers diagnosed with depressionBritons and Germans took the most time off as a result – 41 days on average | UPDATED: 12:01 GMT, 1 October 2012 British workers are the most likely to be diagnosed with depression in Europe, a survey has found.

NHS spends 1m a week on repeat abortions: Single women using terminations "as another form of contraceptive"

NHS spends 1m a week on repeat abortions: Single women using terminations 'as another form of contraceptive' Figures reveal some women have returned for as many as nine terminations in their lifetime Repeat abortions most prevalent in London Half of all terminations carried out in Croydon were on women who had previously had at least one abortion | UPDATED: 00:44 GMT, 14 May 2012 A form of contraception: Research shows that some have seven, eight or even as many as nine terminations in their lifetime (picture posed by model) The Health Service is spending around 1million a week providing repeat abortions.

Woman, 23, died of cervical cancer "because doctors said she was too young for a smear test"

Woman, 23, died of cervical cancer 'because doctors said she was too young for a smear test' Tragic death: Mercedes Curnow went to her GP aged 20 but her mother said her symptoms were 'ignored' until too late A 23-year-old died of cervical cancer because doctors said she was too young for a smear test, her devastated family have claimed. Mercedes Curnow, from Cornwall, first went to her GP at 20 years old but her mother says her symptoms were 'ignored' because of her age. After a year of doctors visits, Ms Curnow was taken to A&E by a family member and diagnosed with cervical cancer in April 2010.