Dementia victims 'have twice the risk of dying in hospital while a third are not properly diagnosed by staff' Charities have described the situation for dementia sufferers as ‘scandalous’ Dementia patients are twice as likely to die in hospital than other patients The Government has pledged 50 million to improve dementia care By Sophie Borland PUBLISHED: 01:11 GMT, 12 March 2013 | UPDATED: 01:40 GMT, 12 March 2013 Hospitals are failing to properly care for dementia sufferers who are twice as likely to die in them than all other patients, a damning report reveals.
Staggering story of the babies swapped at birth: Russian parents did not realize they were raising the wrong little girl until she was TWELVE Families discovered mistake after DNA test over paternity questionGirls had been raised by wrong families, one as Christian, one as MuslimFamilies say culture differences make it impossible to switch them backParents now 'share' their children as they try to overcome mix-up PUBLISHED: 14:34 GMT, 20 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:44 GMT, 21 February 2013 Two families have discovered that they have been raising each others daughters after the girls were swapped at birth 14 years ago.
Invasion of the super-yachts: They”ve got swimming pools, helipads and even a mini-submarine. How the world”s mega-rich are turning London into a floating Olympic playground
Russian research project offers “immortality” to billionaires – by transplanting their brains into robot bodies Contacted list of world”s richest to offer immortalityWill personally oversee brain transplant into robot bodyEntrepreneur claims to have 30 scientists working on projectAims to “transplant” human mind into robot body in 10 yearsClaims “next stage” of science is to create a “new human body””This project is leading to immortality,” says Dmitry Itskov A Russian entrepreneur who heads a hi-tech research project called “Avatar” has contacted billionaires to offer them immortality.
McDonald”s, supersized: First pictures inside the world”s biggest fast food restaurant. . . yards from Olympic stadium
Russian mother killed her two sons, aged 4 and 7, by throwing them from 15th-floor balcony because she was ‘fed up’ with their behaviourGalina Ryabkova, 30, was seen looking emotionless on surveillance video from the block of flats following the incidentNeighbours in the complex were alerted after hearing the bodies of the boys hitting the groundThe mother said she was “fed up with children,” and “decided to get rid of them”
Putin targets foes with “zombie” gun which attack victims” central nervous systemCould be used against Russia”s enemies and perhaps its own dissidents
It”s the hurly learning centre! Babies left screaming in terror as they are swung round head of “baby yoga” guru who claims it is GOOD for them Frightening images of babies as young as two weeks old being flung around a therapist”s head have shocked millions around the world.