"I found my husband crying in wet nappies": Widow tells of horror after visiting husband dying from leukaemia in hospital

'I found my husband crying in wet nappies': Widow tells of horror after visiting husband dying from leukaemia in hospital Andrew Beveridge died in January last year at Victoria Hospital in FifeHis widow said he was left in wet nappies after nurses failed to change themShe added that she also cleaned urine from the floor from a previous patient By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 16:58 GMT, 7 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:20 GMT, 7 February 2013 Andrew Beveridge was admitted three times to Victoria Hospital.

Healthy people share their bodies with 10,000 species of germs

'Germs occupy every nook and cranny of your body': Healthy people have over 10,000 species of bacteria living in or on them | UPDATED: 12:17 GMT, 14 June 2012 Humans have more than 10,000 species of germs living in or on them, with scientists claiming bacteria occupy virtually every nook and cranny of our bodies.

Suddenly that holiday kiss from grandma becomes a lot more terrifying: Deadly MRSA bacteria may be lurking on dirty dentures, claim scientists

Deadly MRSA bacteria could be lurking on grandma's DENTURES, say scientists | UPDATED: 13:37 GMT, 7 April 2012 Scientists have warned false teeth could be infected with killer bugs like MRSA – and have advised wearers to microwave them.

Baby almost dies after being scalded by drop of hot tea

Baby almost dies after being scalded by a drop of hot tea 180 children are scalded by a hot drink every day, according to NHSSurgeons had to remove 80 per cent of the top layer of baby”;s skin after infection developed A baby almost died after he was scalded by a drop of hot tea.

Chilean avocado could help combat resistant bacterial strains in hospitals

Super avocado could help combat antibiotic-resistant infections in hospitals A natural substance found in the Chilean avocado blocks yellow staphylococci bacteria's ability to reject antibiotics A Chilean avocado may contain the secret to fighting aggressive, antibiotic-resistant infections in hospitals all over the world.

Half of all orange juice served in cafes may contain bacteria such as salmonella, scientists say

Half of all orange juice served in cafes may contain bacteria such as salmonella, scientists say Dangerous drink: Orange juice may not always be the healthy option it is perceived to be (posed by model) Packed with vitamin C, fresh orange juice is widely regarded as a healthy drink to enjoy at breakfast or on a summer”s day.