Too many "middle-of-the-road" hospitals simply aim to meet minimum standards and not come last, Health Secretary to warn

Too many 'middle-of-the-road' hospitals simply aim to meet minimum standards, Health Secretary to warn Jeremy Hunt will say that hospitals should not simply aim for bare minimum Expected to tell hospital bosses 'not coming last' isn't good enoughAnd that 'coasting can kill as complacency sets in and standards drop' By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 00:08 GMT, 8 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:08 GMT, 8 March 2013 Jeremy Hunt will warn hospital bosses about the dangers of simply aiming for 'not coming last' Too many middle-of-the-road hospitals are 'hitting targets but missing the point', the Health Secretary is to warn.

The Top 10 Nerdiest Colleges

Searching for a college that celebrates TI-83 calculators, gaming, outcasts and marathon games of Magic: The Gathering? Search no more.

Breastfed babies less likely to grow up angry and irritable

Mothers refusing to breastfeed because six-month target is too high and puts many off, say experts Unhelpful target: The number of women who breastfeed will not increase unless the targets are lowered, say experts Mothers told to breast feed for the first six months are being given unhelpful and unrealistic advice, a new report claim.