Nipple tattooing: The rise of "Tittooing" for women desperate for perfect nipples

The rise of 'Tittooing': Women desperate for perfect nipples are having them TATTOOED onNot content with perfectly shaped breasts, women now want nipples tattooed to add colour and definitionProcedure was originally used for patients who'd had reconstructions after breast cancer surgery But medical experts warn that the procedure should only be carried out by a qualified medical tattooist By Rachel Reilly PUBLISHED: 14:41 GMT, 17 April 2013 | UPDATED: 14:47 GMT, 19 April 2013 First there were tattooed brows for striking eyes and then came vajazzles for sparkling nether regions.

The rise of "Tittooing": Women desperate for perfect nipples are are having them TATTOOED on

The rise of 'Tittooing': Women desperate for perfect nipples are having them TATTOOED onNot content with perfectly shaped breasts, women now want nipples tattooed to add colour and definitionProcedure was originally used for patients who'd had reconstructions after breast cancer surgery But medical experts warn that the procedure should only be carried out by a qualified medical tattooist By Rachel Reilly PUBLISHED: 14:41 GMT, 17 April 2013 | UPDATED: 06:54 GMT, 18 April 2013 First there were tattooed brows for striking eyes and then came vajazzles for sparkling nether regions.

Newlywed loses husband to same heart condition that killed her boyfriend nine years ago

Newlywed's husband dies of the same heart condition that killed her boyfriend nine years agoKaren Matthews, 31, from Bristol said 'I feels like the unluckiest woman alive'Husband of four months, Ryan, 36, suffered a fatal heart attack in December Nine years ago, boyfriend James Gray, 24, died of the same condition By Lucy Waterlow PUBLISHED: 15:34 GMT, 5 March 2013 | UPDATED: 01:58 GMT, 6 March 2013 A newlywed mourning the death of her husband said she feels like she's 'jinxed' after he died from the same heart condition that previously killed her boyfriend.

"I feel like I"m jinxed": Newlywed loses husband to same heart condition that killed her boyfriend nine years ago

'I feel like I'm jinxed': Newlywed loses husband to same heart condition that killed her boyfriend nine years agoKaren Matthews, 31, from Bristol said she 'feels like the unluckiest woman alive'Her husband of four months, Ryan, 36, suffered a fatal heart attack in December as a result of left ventricular hypertrophyNine years ago, her boyfriend, James Gray, 24, died of the same condition while playing football By Lucy Waterlow PUBLISHED: 15:34 GMT, 5 March 2013 | UPDATED: 18:28 GMT, 5 March 2013 A newlywed mourning the death of her husband said she feels like she's 'jinxed' after he died from the same heart condition that previously killed her boyfriend.

Cancer patient, 7, stars as king in school nativity after nurse works "Christmas miracle" to move surgery scheduled for same day

Cancer patient, 7, stars as king in school nativity after nurse works 'Christmas miracle' to move surgery scheduled for same day Finn, 7, underwent 18 months of gruelling cancer treatment He was desperate to star in his school's nativity play but surgery to take out a feeding tube was scheduled for the same dayThe family's Macmillan cancer nurse Sarah stepped in and had the operation rearrangedShe also went in to speak to Finn's primary school after his brother was bullied because Finn had lost his hair Mother described Sarah as 'our Christmas miracle'.

Squeezing breasts "could stop growth of cancer cells"

Squeezing breasts 'could stop growth of cancer cells' Experts found physical force can play a role in the growth – and reversion – of cancer cellsSquashing malignant cells made them grow in a more normal and organised wayResearch could help experts track down molecules that could be targeted for therapies | UPDATED: 20:03 GMT, 17 December 2012 A little squeeze may be all that it takes to prevent malignant breast cells triggering cancer, research has shown.

"Slower you grow, the longer you live": Bodies which expand early in life acquire greater tissue damage with life-shortening results

'Slower you grow, the longer you live': Bodies which expand early in life acquire greater tissue damage with life-shortening results | UPDATED: 00:55 GMT, 12 December 2012 The slower you grow, the longer you live, a new study suggests.

Pioneering breast cancer treatment turns tumours into a ball of ice which kills harmful tissue

Pioneering breast cancer treatment freezes tumours into a ball of ice which kills harmful tissue Needle cooled to -170C with liquid nitrogen repeatedly inserted into cancerous tissue Device turns cancerous tumour into 'ball of ice' Technique developed by Israel-based firm could be completed in 15 minutes without need for surgeryCryoablation could one day be used to treat kidney, prostate and liver cancer | UPDATED: 12:30 GMT, 9 December 2012 Surgery may soon be a thing of the past for breast cancer patients, thanks to a new technique that destroys tumours by freezing them.