Parents of baby girl whose heart stopped for FOUR MINUTES say she was “watched over” by her great-grandfather who died in same A&E cubicle where…

Parents of baby girl whose heart stopped for FOUR MINUTES say she was 'watched over' by her great-grandfather who died in same A&E cubicle where she was saved Eloise Wilmshurst was found by her father in her cot suffering from a fit and fighting for breathShe stunned doctors by coming back to life and was breathing on her own within 24 hours He family believe great-grandfather Bryan Spencer decided they 'weren't going to have any more tragedy' | UPDATED: 11:28 GMT, 5 September 2012 Parents of a baby girl whose heart stopped for four minutes believe she came back to life thanks to her great-grandfather who died just five days before from a heart attack in the same cubicle.

Striking doctors will still be paid: As 1.25m appointments are cancelled, thousands of GPs won"t lose a penny

Striking doctors will still be paid: As 1.25m appointments are cancelled, thousands of GPs won't lose a pennyAt least 40 per cent of doctors expected to strikeDispute is over doctors receiving a pension of 68,000At least nine of the 50 primary care trusts in England won't cut GPs' payThey include Buckingham and Oxfordshire, Bristol, Berkshire, DerbyshireNHS Stockport said it would find it too difficult to calculate any deductions | UPDATED: 00:10 GMT, 19 June 2012 Thousands of family doctors will be paid despite striking on Thursday.

Doctors urged to limit "patients" Viagra pills to once a fortnight for middle-aged!

The middle-aged should do it just once a week! Doctors urged to limit patients” Viagra pillsErectile dysfunction drugs are already restricted on the NHS to people suffering from conditions such as diabetes GPs are being urged to prescribe men who need Viagra just two pills a month on the assumption they will only have need of them once a fortnight. A panel of NHS managers that makes rationing recommendations for several areas including Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire, told doctors there should be a twice-monthly limit on erectile dysfunction drugs. This is despite NHS guidance saying there “appears to be no clinical reason to restrict the number of tablets” of Viagra prescribed to an individual