Devastated parents sue hospital after doctors fail to identify unborn baby's disabilitiesParents claim they would have aborted pregnancy if disabilities were knownTheir little girl will require round-the-clock care for life after problems missedThe couple are now suing John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, for 300,000 By Jo Macfarlane PUBLISHED: 23:48 GMT, 5 January 2013 | UPDATED: 23:48 GMT, 5 January 2013 A devastated couple are suing a top NHS hospital for 300,000 after doctors failed to identify that their unborn child was severely disabled.
Make-up time machine: How warpaint can help you look nearly TEN years younger A full 100 per cent of 60 to 69 year olds thought that make-up made them look youngerCarol Vorderman, 51, looks 53 bare-faced – but 46 with full make-up | UPDATED: 01:46 GMT, 15 November 2012 As any woman knows, a spot of make-up can work wonders by seemingly turning back the clock.
A pathway to euthanasia Family revive father doctors ruled wasn't worth saving Andy Flanagan was rescued from dying on debated Liverpool Care PathwayDoctors told his family that he was close to death after a cardiac arrestHis family gave him drops of water that helped him come round before doctors agreed to put him back on a drip His sister Lesley Flanagan said the method was 'licence to kill' | UPDATED: 22:47 GMT, 12 October 2012 The family of a 48-year-old man have told how they rescued him from dying on the controversial Liverpool Care Pathway by reviving him with drops of water.
It's the way you eat it: Gorging on a high fat diet can 'prevent obesity and improve your metabolism'Timing of food consumption takes precedence over the amount of fat contained in the food This, scientists claim, leads to improved metabolism and helping to prevent obesity | UPDATED: 11:39 GMT, 13 September 2012 It's welcome news for anyone who has ever tried to shift a few pounds.
Lie-ins at the weekend are BAD for you and make you feel sleepier during the weekSleeping in on the weekends does not help catch up on sleep lost during the week, but rather makes you even dozier come Monday morning | UPDATED: 14:36 GMT, 11 September 2012 Enjoying a lie-in at the weekend makes you sleepier during the week, according to research published today.
Husband of Alzheimer's sufferer discovers heartbreaking notes detailing wife's care wishes – and he'd followed them to the letterSteve Boryszczuk realised he'd followed his wife Michelle's wishes to the letter when he moved her into a specialist care homeShe was diagnosed with the disease aged just 39 and is now bed-bound and needs round-the-clock care She had spent eight years writing detailed notes about how she wanted to be looked after which her husband has just discovered | UPDATED: 15:24 GMT, 3 September 2012 A devoted husband who ‘lost’ his wife to early-onset dementia has discovered detailed diaries written before she became one of Britain’s youngest ever Alzheimer’s sufferers detailing how she wanted to be cared for.
Disrupting your body clock 'can make you obese': The cycle of sleeping, waking and digesting affects hormones controlling metabolism | UPDATED: 23:04 GMT, 29 August 2012 If that strict diet and rigorous exercise regime are failing to make a dent on your unwanted pounds, take a look at the clock.
In the match that would decide who would fence for the gold, Germany's Britta Heidemann landed a match-clinching touch.
Breast cancer link to working nights: Three late shifts a week 'doubles the risk of disease' | UPDATED: 02:54 GMT, 29 May 2012 Women who work night shifts are at higher risk of breast cancer, warn researchers.
Harry the hungry hippo gives his happy handler a loving lick. Adorable Harry the hippopotamus is no stick-in-the-mud when it comes to making friends with humans.