Too many "middle-of-the-road" hospitals simply aim to meet minimum standards and not come last, Health Secretary to warn

Too many 'middle-of-the-road' hospitals simply aim to meet minimum standards, Health Secretary to warn Jeremy Hunt will say that hospitals should not simply aim for bare minimum Expected to tell hospital bosses 'not coming last' isn't good enoughAnd that 'coasting can kill as complacency sets in and standards drop' By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 00:08 GMT, 8 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:08 GMT, 8 March 2013 Jeremy Hunt will warn hospital bosses about the dangers of simply aiming for 'not coming last' Too many middle-of-the-road hospitals are 'hitting targets but missing the point', the Health Secretary is to warn.

Food in Scotland should be laced with vitamin D to stave off MS, experts say

Food in Scotland should be laced with vitamin D to stave off MS, experts sayResidents do not get enough UBV rays from the sun on the skinMany do not eat enough vitamin D-rich food Scotland”s food supply should be laced with vitamin D in a bid to cut the high rate of multiple sclerosis (MS) in the sun-deprived region, experts have said.

My breast was rebuilt by a robot: After Colette"s mastectomy, a pioneering technique restored her confidence

My breast was rebuilt by a robot: After Colette”s mastectomy, a pioneering technique restored her confidence More than 18,000 women have a mastectomy every year in England alone. Colette Hatley, 51, a payroll administrator from Ipswich, was the first in the country to undergo robot-assisted breast reconstruction. THE PATIENT “They give you a tummy tuck and use that removed tissue to tailor a new breast for you,” said Colette Hatley on DIEP flap reconstruction Five years ago, at 47, I was diagnosed with breast cancer