Patients at high risk of cancer could be told to take aspirin: Taking tablet regularly 'can cut risk of developing disease by a third' | UPDATED: 00:08 GMT, 12 December 2012 Professor Sir Mike Richards said that the odds of survival for lung cancer have'barely been improving' over the last five years Patients at high risk of developing cancer could be prescribed regular doses of aspirin under plans to tackle the rising number of cases.
Want to get out of hospital in record time Scoff yourself! | UPDATED: 03:20 GMT, 4 September 2012 Enhanced recovery has seen a fall in complication rates, and inpatient stays dramatically reduced by 50 per cent in most cases Having an operation For decades, this has meant nil by mouth for at least eight hours before surgery, no food for several days afterwards, lots of bed rest and a hospital stay of up to two weeks.
'If this is what it sounds like, I'd rather be deaf': Liz Jones found her new polyphonic world with hearing aids overpowering | UPDATED: 21:22 GMT, 19 May 2012 I don’t know when I became deaf.
Family doctors 'miss common signs of cancer in a third of teenagers', shock study finds Of those cancer patients who were misdiagnosed at first, 12 per cent were told they were attention seeking | UPDATED: 13:02 GMT, 30 April 2012 Two thirds of young people with cancer will visit their GP with at least one of the most common cancer symptoms – yet a third of these cases are missed by doctors, according to research.