A fight to the death: The lawyer who has dedicated his life to campaigning against capital punishment | UPDATED: 22:37 GMT, 7 July 2012 INJUSTICE: LIFE AND DEATH IN THE COURTROOMS OF AMERICA by Clive Stafford Smith Harvill Secker 18.99 ☎ 16.99 inc p&p Mission in life: Lawyer Clive Stafford Smith defends prisoners on Death Row Aged ten, Clive Stafford Smith saw a picture of Joan of Arc being burnt at the stake.
How extract from poisonous Foxglove can PROTECT against high blood pressure and heart failure Plant has been used to cleanse wounds since the 13th century | UPDATED: 16:03 GMT, 15 June 2012 Deadly: Foxgloves are poisonous if eaten.
Catherine took two painkillers for her bad back and just hours later she was dead – because her GP had prescribed TEN TIMES the correct dose | UPDATED: 00:57 GMT, 14 May 2012 When Catherine Rodger swallowed the usual two painkillers for her bad back, it was just part of her bedtime routine.
Ritalin calms hyperactive children and prescriptions are soaring – but experts warn of serious side-effects and it's even being linked to suicide | UPDATED: 23:29 GMT, 7 May 2012 When the school holidays arrive, Andrea Antunes makes sure her son Ruben, ten, has a break — not just from classwork, but from the Ritalin pills he takes each day.
Back from the dead: Antidote for cocaine overdose shows promise in lab tests Treatment would reduce immediate effects of an overdose and prevent relapses soon after as antibodies remain in system for a few weeks | UPDATED: 08:55 GMT, 19 April 2012 Cocaine overdoses can have a devastating impact, causing kidney failure, strokes and even death.
Boy who lost twin sister to meningitis 'overjoyed' after parents have another set of twinsLukas, 3, was diagnosed with meningitis just hours after his twin sister, Lili, who died from the disease in January 2011 A couple who tragically lost a baby daughter when their twins both got killer meningitis are overjoyed after having twins again.
Doctors from the EU to face language tests following landmark ruling Poor English: Daniel Ubani, who gave a lethal dose of morphine on his first shift Britain has won the right to test foreign doctors and nurses on their ability to speak English following a landmark ruling from Brussels.