'This surgery is run by a bunch of t****': GP surgery strikes off patient after he posts offensive tweet about staff Mathew Cochrane, 26, has been stuck off the patient list at Stanwell SurgeryExpressed anger on Twitter when told next appointment was in three weeksThe cystic fibrosis sufferer has now been told to find a new surgery By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 18:27 GMT, 13 March 2013 | UPDATED: 18:53 GMT, 13 March 2013 A cystic fibrosis sufferer has been struck off the books of his local surgery after posting an ‘offensive tweet’ about the staff.
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Forget brain training gadgets – just writing a letter or reading a newspaper is enough to keep your mind active into old age The simple activities all helped stave off memory lossThose who also played chess, watched a play, or regularly visited the library had 'younger brains' PUBLISHED: 18:10 GMT, 26 November 2012 | UPDATED: 18:24 GMT, 26 November 2012 Researchers say that mental activities including writing letters all contribute to the health of the brain They have seen a surge in popularity of late, marketed as an entertaining workout for the grey matter, and credited with helping to reverse memory loss.
World first as blind man reads braille with his EYES, using revolutionary implant<br> Implant placed in the back of the eye enabled patient to read braille with his eyes rather than by touch Implant contains electrodes, which when stimulated, represent braille letters<br>New technique allowed man to 'see' and understand words in seconds rather than minutesCould be combined with video glasses and text-recognition software to read street signs or other documents not available in braille<br> <p> | <strong>UPDATED:</strong> 16:25 GMT, 23 November 2012 </p> <p>A blind man has been able to read braille with his eyes rather than by touch using a revolutionary device, say scientists.</p><p>In a world first, researchers streamed the letter patterns to an implant at the back of the patient's eye.
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
Freed slave who penned sarcastic letter to old master after he was asked back to farm pictured for first time . The photograph, scratched and undated, is captioned “Brother Jordan Anderson”.
My name is Charlie Williams. I was told I was going to die and now I’m going to live: Boy, 12, shares his inspiring battle with cancer to help others