Joan Bakewell calls for euthanasia debate: I carry a Do Not Resuscitate card

I carry a Do Not Resuscitate card, reveals veteran broadcaster Joan Bakewell as she calls for a debate on euthanasia Veteran broadcaster says 'people would be pleased to have the choice'She has given instructions to her family to ‘pull the plug’ in case of calamityBakewell said that 'too many older people were ‘living in misery’ By Eleanor Harding PUBLISHED: 17:47 GMT, 7 April 2013 | UPDATED: 11:20 GMT, 8 April 2013 Joan Bakewell has called for a ‘proper debate’ on euthanasia, revealing she carries a Do Not Resuscitate card.

I carry a Do Not Resuscitate card, reveals veteran broadcaster Joan Bakewell as she calls for a debate on euthanasia

I carry a Do Not Resuscitate card, reveals veteran broadcaster Joan Bakewell as she calls for a debate on euthanasia Veteran broadcaster says 'people would be pleased to have the choice'She has given instructions to her family to ‘pull the plug’ in case of calamityBakewell said that 'too many older people were ‘living in misery’ By Eleanor Harding PUBLISHED: 17:47 GMT, 7 April 2013 | UPDATED: 18:19 GMT, 7 April 2013 Joan Bakewell has called for a ‘proper debate’ on euthanasia, revealing she carries a Do Not Resuscitate card.

Prostate cancer: Should YOU have the new test? Flaws in the usual test lead to needless ops that can wreck sex lives

Should YOU have the new test for prostate cancer Flaws in the usual test lead to needless ops that can wreck sex lives | UPDATED: 01:00 GMT, 16 October 2012 Prostate cancer claims the lives of more than 10,000 men in the UK every year yet, unlike breast cancer, there is no national screening programme for the disease.

World’s “ugliest woman” Lizzie Velasquez gives courageous interview

“People should stop staring and start learning”: World”s ‘ugliest woman’ gives courageous interview . Lizzie Velasquez was born without any adipose tissue, meaning she does not have body fat and cannot gain weightThe 23-year-old reveals she has been bullied by strangers onlineDespite this she says she would not want to look like a beautiful celebrity

Angelina Jolie lookalike “stabs taxi driver for refusing to have sex with her”

Sex-crazed Angelina Jolie lookalike “stabs taxi driver for refusing to satisfy her a third time”Luminita Perijoc, 30, had already forced cabbie at knifepoint to have intercourse and perform sex But she flew into a rage when he refused to satisfy her againPolice say her behaviour may have been down to medication she was taking .Femme fatale: Angelina Jolie lookalike Luminita Perijoc, allegedly stabbed a taxi driver after he refused to have sex with her for a third time A Romanian taxi driver claims a sex-crazed Angelina Jolie lookalike passenger stabbed him after he refused to satisfy her for a third time.

56 stars tattooed on Belgian woman”s face still visible a year after she planned to have laser surgery

Still starstruck: Young Belgian”s misery three years after she had 56 tattoos on her face. A disastrous mistake looked set to cost Kimberley Vlaeminck more than her looks after the young Belgian had 56 stars tattooed on her face.

Battery-powered gum shield that ends misery of dry mouth

Battery-powered gum shield that ends misery of dry mouth A battery-powered ‘gumshield’ is being used to treat dry mouth, a painful condition affecting around one in ten people over 50. The device fits over the lower teeth and uses minor electric shocks to trigger saliva production. Healthy people produce around three pints of saliva a day

Good news for women (better news for men!) Scientists claim PMS may be easily treatable

Relief at last from monthly misery: Scientists claim PMS may be easily treatableEight per cent of women are affected by premenstrual syndrome Irascible Women who suffer from PMS may soon be able to tackle their mood swings after scientist made a breakthrough in their understanding of a key hormone Women who battle monthly mood swings, irritability and insomnia as a result of PMS could soon find relief after researchers claimed it may be easily treatable. Research in to premenstrual syndrome – which affects up to eight per cent of women – showed the affliction was due to a hormone that occurs naturally in the body. Women suffer the physical and emotional symptoms of PMS depending on their sensitivity to the hormone, allopregnanolone