Devastated parents sue hospital after doctors at John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, fail to identify unborn baby"s disabilities

Devastated parents sue hospital after doctors fail to identify unborn baby's disabilitiesParents claim they would have aborted pregnancy if disabilities were knownTheir little girl will require round-the-clock care for life after problems missedThe couple are now suing John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, for 300,000 By Jo Macfarlane PUBLISHED: 23:48 GMT, 5 January 2013 | UPDATED: 23:48 GMT, 5 January 2013 A devastated couple are suing a top NHS hospital for 300,000 after doctors failed to identify that their unborn child was severely disabled.

Mother saves her premature baby son with kiss of life after he stops breathing in intensive care

Mother saves her premature baby son with kiss of life after he stops breathing in intensive careBaby was born 12 weeks premature on February 29 | UPDATED: 16:36 GMT, 24 May 2012 A mother has told how she gave her premature baby the kiss of life when he stopped breathing in an intensive care unit.

I"ve got you under my skin: How listening to Sinatra sing can help you heal faster

I've got you under my skin: How listening to Sinatra sing can help you heal faster | UPDATED: 00:28 GMT, 28 March 2012 Calming: Frank Sinatra's music, and other easy listening classics, were found to help patients during ops The sounds of Sinatra are helping patients undergoing surgery to relax and even heal faster, say researchers.

Running marathons "could permanently damage the heart"

Running marathons “could permanently damage the heart”High-endurance activities can scar right ventricleIncreased risk of reduced performance – a cardiac “over-training” syndrome – or arrhythmia Marathon runners such as Paula Radcliffe could be at risk of permanent heart damage Running marathons could cause permanent heart damage, say scientists. A study found that high-endurance activities can lead to scarring of the right ventricle, increasing the risk of health complications