Georgia Keeling: Girl, two, who died from meningitis after wrongly diagnosed with swine flu was let down by the emergency services, coroner rules

Girl, two, who died from meningitis after wrongly diagnosed with swine flu was let down by the emergency services, coroner rules Coroner returned a narrative verdict and ruled Georgia died following an 'erroneous diagnosis'Georgia's mother called for an ambulance after she was told by swine flu hotline it was unlikely to be swine flu.

Pictured: Syria’s steroid-mad “;Ghost” killers who keep Assad in power by swooping down on villages to massacre women and children

Revealed: Syria”s steroid-mad “Ghost” killers who keep Assad in power by slaughtering women and childrenThey wield AK-47s and machetes to carry out the government”s dirty workMassacre of 108 in Houla blamed on deadly death squadSyrian troops today attacking rebel strongholds with helicopter gunships

Curry"s ability to fight cancer put to the test

Curry's ability to fight bowel cancer will be put to the test in rigorous trial By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 16:23 GMT, 7 May 2012 | UPDATED: 06:40 GMT, 8 May 2012 A UK trial is investigating whether a curry ingredient can improve the treatment of patients with advanced bowel cancer.

The woman who says biscuit 900 times an hour: Tourettes sufferer breaks a taboo with humour

The woman who says ‘biscuit’ 900 times an hour: Tourette’s sufferer breaks a taboo with humour | UPDATED: 00:59 GMT, 20 April 2012 /04/20/article-0-12AD2F02000005DC-136_634x654.jpg” width=”634″ height=”654″ alt=”Changing perceptions about Tourette's: Jess Thom wants to raise awareness about the condition, and raise a few laughs too” class=”blkBorder” /> Changing perceptions about Tourette's: Jess Thom wants to raise awareness about the condition, and raise a few laughs too Then there are the surreal phrases: ‘Stuff my mouth with pencils’, ‘Disco penguins dancing in your dreams’, ‘William Hague, Banjo Man’ and ‘Give me a massage with Marmite’.

Why keyhole surgery may not be your best choice

Why keyhole surgery may not be your best choice By Jenny Hudson PUBLISHED: 22:53 GMT, 12 March 2012 | UPDATED: 22:53 GMT, 12 March 2012 When Dr William Davis was told he’d need surgery for prostate cancer, he hoped to have it done using a keyhole procedure and chose urologist Alan Doherty, a surgeon renowned as a pioneer of the keyhole technique.