Sarah Catt: Eight years for the cheating wife who used drugs bought online to abort baby TWO days before it was due to be born

Eight years for the cheating wife who used drugs bought online to abort baby TWO days before it was due to be born Sarah Catt, 35, aborted her unborn baby “in the final stages of pregnancy”She admitted administering poison with intent to procure a miscarriageShe was jailed for eight years by a judge at Leeds Crown Court.Convicted: Sarah Catt (front), who aborted her own baby within a week of his due date, was sentenced to eight years in prison by a judge at Leeds Crown Court A MARRIED woman who aborted her baby in the final week of pregnancy following an affair with a work colleague was jailed for eight years yesterday.

Medical hope for Alzheimer"s drug dashed after treatment fails to benefit patients in trials

Medical hope for Alzheimer's drug dashed after treatment fails to benefit patients in trials | UPDATED: 05:30 GMT, 8 August 2012 An injection that was one of the highest medical hopes for the treatment of Alzheimer's has failed to help patients in its first trial.

Eggs: Are they bad for cholesterol and how many can I have?

Are they bad for cholesterol and how many can I have: Unscrambling the truth about eggs | UPDATED: 02:28 GMT, 7 August 2012 Once demonised as bad for the heart, eggs have been repositioned as a health food in recent years as researchers have found that not only are they good for hearts, but can even help you to lose weight.

Change in walking pace in the elderly "could be a sign they are in early stages of dementia"

Change in walking pace in the elderly 'could be a sign they are in early stages of dementia' | UPDATED: 23:30 GMT, 11 June 2012 Older people whose walking pace suddenly starts to slow may be suffering from the early stages of dementia, according to a new study.

Back pain at work? You"re not happy enough, claim scientists

Suffering from back pain at work Smiling more could help, say scientists By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 14:23 GMT, 23 April 2012 | UPDATED: 14:24 GMT, 23 April 2012 Tensed up People with a positive attitude are more likely to recover from back pain, say scientists Anyone who has suffered with the agony of a bad back in the office may not be best pleased to hear it could be down to their mood.

Washing up, cooking and cleaning can "reduce Alzheimers risk even in those over 80"

Washing up, cooking and cleaning can 'reduce Alzheimers risk even in those over 80' | UPDATED: 01:04 GMT, 19 April 2012 Washing up, cooking and cleaning can help reduce the risk of Alzheimers even in those over 80, a study has claimed.

Yachting enters the space-age: $15m superyacht five years in the making launches in china signalling a new dawn for long-range cruising

Shipping enters the space age: The $15m billionaire”s superyacht that took five years to build in China by Sussex boat designers.The Adastra is so hi-tech that you can even control it with your iPadIts range is 4,000 miles, enough to go from the UK to New York in a single trip without refuelingThe 42m yacht has a maximum speed of 22.5 knots

You will live longer if you TELL people you"re healthy as positive thinking lengthens life

You will live longer if you TELL people you're healthy, as positive thinking lengthens life Those who feel 'well' outlive those in 'poor' stateTrend remains despite other risk factors First long-term study to show relationship between self-rated health and mortality Promoting your own wellbeing will help you live longer, say scientists.