Judge derails plans to close children"s heart surgery unit, slamming the "secretive" approach of NHS bosses

Judge derails plans to close children's heart surgery unit, slamming the 'secretive' approach of NHS bosses Decision to close centre at Leeds General Infirmary ruled as 'legally flawed'Mrs Justice Davies agreed that decision-making process was unfair Details of how an expert panel marked individual hospitals were kept secretBut decision does not mean hospital is definitely safe, warn campaigners By Chris Brooke PUBLISHED: 15:42 GMT, 7 March 2013 | UPDATED: 15:47 GMT, 7 March 2013 Mrs Justice Davies said plans to close a children's heart surgery at Leeds General Infirmary were unfair and legally flawed A High Court judge has derailed controversial plans to close a children’s heart surgery unit because of the ‘secretive’ approach of NHS chiefs.

Anastasiya Shpagina: Teenage girl is a living cartoon character!

Meet the teenage girl who has transformed herself into a living cartoon characterAnastasiya Shpagina, 19, models herself on characters from Japanese anime films
The Ukrainian teenager spends hours painstakingly applying make-up to achieve her extreme lookShpagina is reported to be considering surgery on her eyes to further resemble her anime idols

London 2012 Olympics cable cars that will transport people to the Games in style

Trio of towers across the Thames: Spectacular 60million Olympic cable car rises from the depths of river in time for the 2012 games. London has a brand new traffic-calming measure – and as these pictures show, it”s a project of Olympic proportions.

Babies treated in the womb for obesity: Overweight mothers-to-be get diabetes pill to cut the risk of having a fat child

Babies treated in the womb for obesity: Overweight mothers-to-be get diabetes pill to cut the risk of having a fat childNHS trial has been started in attempt to halt obesity epidemicIf it is a success, treatment could be widespread in five yearsBut there is unease over problem that could be solved by exercise and diet | UPDATED: 06:50 GMT, 2 April 2012 Babies are being medicated in the womb in an attempt to prevent them from being born obese.