Covered in wild flowers, the new state-of-the-art children"s hospital built in a PARK

Covered in wild flowers, the new state-of-the-art children's hospital built in a PARK The new 237m Alder Hey children's hospital will be built in a park Will have views of green space or parkland from every patient’s window Is the first new private finance initiative (PFI) hospital since the coalition government came into power three years ago By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 17:12 GMT, 25 March 2013 | UPDATED: 17:40 GMT, 25 March 2013 These images show the new state-of-the-art children's hospital at Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool – to be built in a park.

They put my mum on the death pathway but didn"t tell me, says Toyah: Singer only found out when she overheard a hospice nurse

They put my mum on the death pathway but didn't tell me, says Toyah: Singer only found out when she overheard a hospice nurse81-year-old was alone when notified she was being put on death pathwayDaughter Toyah Willcox overheard nurses tell mother: 'The end is near' By John Stevens and Sandi Jones PUBLISHED: 23:05 GMT, 24 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:52 GMT, 25 March 2013 Toyah Willcox overheard nurses telling her 81-year-old mother Barbara: 'It's alright Barbara, the end is near.' She made the decision to move her mother into a hospice to ensure she spent her last days in as much comfort as possible.

They put my mum on the death pathway but didn"t tell me, says Toyah: Singer tells how she only found out when overhearing a hospice nurse

They put my mum on the death pathway but didn't tell me, says Toyah: Singer tells how she only found out when overhearing a hospice nurse81-year-old was alone when notified she was being put on death pathwayDaughter Toyah Willcox overheard nurses tell mother: 'The end is near' By John Stevens and Sandi Jones PUBLISHED: 23:05 GMT, 24 March 2013 | UPDATED: 23:11 GMT, 24 March 2013 Toyah Willcox overheard nurses telling her 81-year-old mother Barbara: 'It's alright Barbara, the end is near.' She made the decision to move her mother into a hospice to ensure she spent her last days in as much comfort as possible.

Successful solo artists are twice as likely to die early as those in a band

Successful solo artists are twice as likely to die early as those in a bandResearchers claim soloists in Europe have a one in ten chance of premature deathSolo artists in America have a one in five chance of early death Group members fare better possibly because of support from their band mates | UPDATED: 12:45 GMT, 20 December 2012 British singer Amy Winehouse died in 2011 at the age of 27 Famous solo artists are twice as likely to die prematurely as stars in bands, according to researchers from the University of Liverpool.

A lonely death on the "care" pathway: MPs demand action after another patient is chosen to die without doctors telling family

A lonely death on the 'care' pathway: MPs demand action after another patient is chosen to die without doctors telling familyOlive Goom, 85, was put on the controversial Liverpool Care PathwayNo one was by her side after medics neglected to consult her familyMPs call for urgent review of the system designed to ease suffering | UPDATED: 22:00 GMT, 14 October 2012 An elderly woman died alone after doctors failed to tell relatives they were ending her life on the controversial Liverpool Care Pathway.

Liverpool Care Pathway: Family revive man doctors wasn"t worth saving

A pathway to euthanasia Family revive father doctors ruled wasn't worth saving Andy Flanagan was rescued from dying on debated Liverpool Care PathwayDoctors told his family that he was close to death after a cardiac arrestHis family gave him drops of water that helped him come round before doctors agreed to put him back on a drip His sister Lesley Flanagan said the method was 'licence to kill' | UPDATED: 22:47 GMT, 12 October 2012 The family of a 48-year-old man have told how they rescued him from dying on the controversial Liverpool Care Pathway by reviving him with drops of water.

Holidaymaker discovers six centimetre long FLATWORM trapped in her arm when she returns from Malaysia

Holidaymaker discovers six centimetre long FLATWORM trapped in her arm when she returns from Malaysia Holidaymaker noticed an itchy lump in her arm in July but didn't get it check until SeptemberDoctors believe she contracted parasite eating undercooked fish or meat Lump is pain-free until doctors probe it, when it becomes irritated | UPDATED: 17:17 GMT, 24 September 2012 A holidaymaker returned from Malaysia with a six-centimetre flatworm lodged in her arm.

Dentist, 33, suffers locked-in syndrome after carrying out "gruelling" tooth extraction causes him to suffer a near fatal stroke

Dentist, 33, falls into locked-in syndrome after suffering stroke while he's carrying out 'gruelling' tooth extraction Doctors told Mr Davies' family he had no prospect of any independent lifeThey said they have been amazed at his recovery over the past six months | UPDATED: 16:52 GMT, 12 June 2012 A dentist suffered a near fatal stroke after performing a particularly gruelling tooth extraction.

From silencing snoring to easing depression, how doctors are using jolts of electricity to improve our health

From silencing snoring to easing depression, how doctors are using jolts of electricity to improve our health | UPDATED: 00:54 GMT, 22 May 2012 Every day, scores of patients across the UK receive electric shocks from their doctor.

Baby boy"s serious condition that could have left him brain-damaged is discovered by stranger online

Diagnosed via Facebook: Baby boy's serious condition that could have left him brain-damaged is discovered by stranger onlineOnline friend of mother Charlotte Dent recognised symptoms of trigonocephalyin in Facebook picture of George Miss Dent says doctors should have spotted warning signs sooner | UPDATED: 12:39 GMT, 8 May 2012 A young mother found out her baby son had a condition that could potentially leave him brain damaged from a stranger on the internet.