Hospital clamps down on health tourism by demanding patients prove they are "living lawfully" in Britain before handing out free NHS…

Hospital clamps down on health tourism by demanding patients prove they are 'living lawfully' in Britain before handing out free NHS treatment Staff working at Southend Hospital in Essex must ask patients if they have lived in the UK for the past year Strict new rules have been introduced after an increase in overseas visitors not eligible for free NHS care | UPDATED: 12:05 GMT, 28 May 2012 Patients must prove they are 'living lawfully' in Britain before receiving free treatment on the NHS at an Essex hospital.

Princes William and Harry sit down for a rare interview about the Queen with Katie Couric

“You don”t mess with your grandmother”: Princes William and Harry sit down for a rare interview about the Queen with Katie Couric

Baby with two heads born in Brazil: Dicephalic parapagus twins Emanoel and Jesus

Brazilian baby “born healthy with two heads… and both are suckling mother”s breasts”Mother only found about her baby”s abnormalities minutes before birthThis is the second registered case of a two-headed baby being born in Brazil this year A Brazilian woman who has given birth to a baby with two heads, admitted she had initially expected twins. Maria de Nazare, gave birth by caesarean at a hospital in Anajas, in Brazil”s northern Para state, with her newborn weighing 9.9lbs.