School-run mums set up fight on Facebook and brawled at 9am after dropping off their children. Mothers fell out in online dispute over who should be invited to a partyLorraine Couper, 30, told Joanna McVey, 25, to bring an AK47 assault rifle with her for the fight
GPs told to quiz elderly with serious health problems about 'how they want to die' Questions: Doctors are being told to ask elderly patients with serious health problems if they want 'do not resuscitate' orders put in their medical files (posed by models) GPs must ask the elderly with serious health problems if they want ‘do not resuscitate’ orders put in their files, according to senior doctors.
Is your partner a whistler, a rumbler or a Darth Vader wheezer How to be a snore detective Every night millions of Britons are engaged — often obliviously — in a snoring chorus of rumbles, rasps and grunts while their suffering partners lie awake beside them. A recent study found many of us lose the equivalent of three weeks’ sleep every year because of our other halves’ snoring. ‘It’s a widely under-reported problem that can have a significant impact on people’s well-being and relationships,’ says Douglas Keay, an Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) surgeon at the BMI Kings Park Hospital in Stirling