Exterminate! Doctor Who-villain lookalike robot taking on superbugs could save NHS 200 million per year | UPDATED: 22:02 GMT, 15 December 2012 Deep clean: The Tru-D device uses UV lights It may look like a gadget from Doctor Who, but this robot is a new, efficient method of tackling hospital superbugs that could save the NHS more than 200 million a year if adopted nationwide.
Mother who was so fat her Wii-Fit character EXPLODED can now play on the computer game after losing nine stone The Wii-Fit console told her, that at 22st 6lb, it could not cope with her weight After years of battling the bulge, it was the stark wake-up call Deb Rose, 33 needed to lose weight A mother who was too fat for the Nintendo Wii – making her computerised character explode when she stood on the Wii-Fit board – can now play with her children again after losing an incredible nine stone. Mrs Rose was horrified to be told by the Nintendo Wii that she was too heavy for the board when she went to play the game – including bowling and skiing – on the console with her young daughter one Christmas. Weighing in at 22st 6lb, the machine told her it could not cope with her weight – even making her computerised character explode on screen.
Unwanted pregnancy doubles women”s risk of mental health problems, but opting for abortion “has no impact” A third of women with an unwanted pregnancy suffer depression or anxietyHowever this rate remains the same whether they opt for abortion or continue with the pregnancy Dilemma: A third of women who experience an unwanted pregnancy develop mental health problems at some point Having an abortion does not increase a woman”s risk of suffering from mental health problems, according to the latest scientific review. Researchers found unwanted pregnancy doubles the risk of having mental health issues, however this rate then stays the same whether a woman chooses to have an abortion or continue with the pregnancy