Jumper for joy! Spread the pre-Christmas cheer with a festive sweater, whether you spend a jolly 15 or an eye-watering 1000

Jumper for joy! Spread Christmas cheer with these festive knits, whether you spend a jolly 15, an eye-watering 1000…or opt for a seasonal onesie or T-shirt instead Net-a-Porter's bejewelled jumper being sold for 945 New book pays homage to the tradition of the kitsch Christmas knit | UPDATED: 13:04 GMT, 23 November 2012 Ho ho ho…is what you might say if someone asked you to spend almost 1000 on a Christmas jumper.

SeaWorld: Killer whale suffers mysterious injury prompting fury from animal rights groups

Pictured: Killer whale”s mysterious horror gash prompts fresh fury over the treatment of animals at SeaWorldNakai, an 11-year-old performing whale suffered gash to the chin which left its jawbone exposed Park claims it happened when he hit the side of the poolHowever reports claim Nakai may have been in a fight with two other whalesPeta accuse SeaWorld of housing killer whales together incompatibly, a violation of the Animal Welfare Act By Daniel Miller PUBLISHED: 11:07 GMT, 1 October 2012| UPDATED: 06:35 GMT, 2 October 2012 A performing Killer Whale suffered a horrific injury which left its jawbone exposed at a SeaWorld theme park, prompting fury from animal rights groups.

Doris Miller: Woman was abandoned on a trolley for 28 hours at East Surrey Hospital

Doris, 95, was abandoned on a hospital trolley for 28 hours – and when her son asked where she was, doctors didn't have a clue…Hospital 'lost track' of frail pensioner after she injured her leg in a fallShe was left in a room and forgotten as son frantically searched for herStaff only found her after son threatened to file a missing person report | UPDATED: 00:20 GMT, 30 April 2012 Frightened and alone, 95-year-old Doris Miller lay on her hospital trolley as hour after hour went by, wondering why no one had come to see her.

A woman”s best friend: Dog saves woman”s life FOUR TIMES

A woman’s best friend: Diabetic mother reveals how her cocker spaniel has saved her life FOUR TIMES. A severely diabetic mum told how her life has been saved four times by her cocker spaniel – Scotland’s first blood sugar sniffer dog.

Mediterranean diet can cut risk of developing age-related brain disorders, says new study

Mediterranean diet can cut risk of developing age-related brain disorders, says new study Eating healthy monounsaturated fats such as olive oil is known to lower the risk of cardiovascular disease Eating a Mediterranean-style diet helps keep the brain healthy, reducing age-related damage, say researchers.

E.coli boy, 5, in miracle recovery is only person in Britain to survive deadly strain

12 brain operations, kidney and liver failure and blind in both eyes, but boy, 5, is only person in Britain to recover from deadly strain of E.coli Fighter: Thomas Miller, five, is the only person in Britain to survive the deadly strain of E.coli When Thomas Miller was infected with a deadly strain of E.coli at two years old after eating a burger, doctors feared he would die. His distraught parents watched him endure 12 brain operations, kidney and liver failure, paralysis and going blind in both eyes. Now, at five years old, he has become the only person in Britain to beat the killer bacteria.