Mother told to abort baby as he had "no chance" of survival speaks of her joy as son comes home from hospital

Mother told to abort her baby as he had 'no chance' of survival speaks of her joy as he comes home from hospital Jade Clarke was offered a termination after doctors said baby had 'no chance' of living a full lifeShe refused and gave birth to Riley who had heart on wrong side of his body He spent first 17months in hospital but has now been allowed home By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 09:51 GMT, 15 February 2013 | UPDATED: 09:51 GMT, 15 February 2013 A mother who was told by doctors that her unborn son was so ill she should have an abortion is celebrating after her baby boy has made a miracle recovery – and come home from hospital for the first time.

Hospital that operated on wrong patient and left surgical instruments inside two others is investigated by watchdog

Hospital that operated on wrong patient and left surgical instruments inside two others is investigated by watchdog <br> Within a month, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust performed four botched surgeries Eight 'never events' – instances not ever supposed to happen – have occurred since last SeptemberHealth watchdog Monitor now taking action against the trust <p> | <strong>UPDATED:</strong> 14:21 GMT, 23 November 2012 </p> <p>The health watchdog has been forced to take action against a hospital trust which performed a surgery on the wrong patient.</p><p>Within a month, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust performed four botched surgeries, including leaving instruments inside two patients and performing surgery on the wrong person.<br></p><p>Surgeons also operated on the wrong part of the body of another patient, the watchdog Monitor said.<br></p> <img src="http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/11/23/article-2237358-162DA9B7000005DC-226_468x328.jpg" width="468" height="328" alt="The health watchdog is taking action against Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, of which Addenbrooke's Hospital (pictured) is part of" class="blkBorder" /> <p class="imageCaption">The health watchdog is taking action against Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, of which Addenbrooke's Hospital (pictured) is part of</p> <p>The regulator said that since September 2011, eight 'never events' – instances which are never supposed to happen – have occurred at the trust, including four between September and October last year.<br></p><p>Monitor said it was stepping in because the trust has also failed to give cancer patients treatment in the recommended time.

The "wobble-board" trainers that beat the pain of knee arthritis

The 'wobble-board' trainers that beat the pain of knee arthritis Steve Hall, wearing his shoes, while carrying his son Matthew They may look more like something a trendy teenager would wear, but a pair of custom-made, high-top trainers can offer patients relief from the crippling pain of knee arthritis.