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Heartbroken husband whose wife Frances Cappuccini died in botched caesarean slams hospital over 'inevitable' death - The Sun;

Heartbroken husband whose wife Frances Cappuccini died in botched caesarean slams hospital over 'inevitable' death - The Sun

The SunHeartbroken husband whose wife Frances Cappuccini died in botched caesarean slams hospital over 'inevitable' deathThe SunTHE HEARTBROKEN husband of a woman who died in a botched caesarean has revealed his agony as he slammed the hospital over her “inevitable” death. Frances Cappuccini had just given birth to her second son at Tunbridge Wells Hospital in Pembury, ...Agony of husband who still blames himself for wife's death despite hospital's appalling C-section blunder verdictMirror.co.ukTonight her husband Tom, 37, said: 'It was inevitable that somebody was going to die at that hospital.'Daily MailWidower finally gets information over wife's deathChannel 4 NewsKent Onlineall 5 news articles »

Two menopausal and infertile women became PREGNANT after having their ovaries rejuvenated - The Sun;

Two menopausal and infertile women became PREGNANT after having their ovaries rejuvenated - The Sun

The SunTwo menopausal and infertile women became PREGNANT after having their ovaries rejuvenatedThe SunTWO women who were thought to be infertile have become pregnant using a technique that rejuvenates the ovaries and reproductive organs. It is the first time a treatment has allowed a menopausal woman to conceive using their own egg. The treatment ...Exclusive: menopausal women become pregnant with their own eggsNew ScientistInfertile Women Can Now Rejuvenate Their Ovaries To Get PregnantScience Times'Infertile' women conceive despite early menopause: Blood plasma jabs 'rejuvinate the ovaries and womb'Daily Mailall 4 news articles »

GPs to stop prescribing omega-3 oils, gluten-free food and cough medicine - The Guardian;

GPs to stop prescribing omega-3 oils, gluten-free food and cough medicine - The Guardian

The GuardianGPs to stop prescribing omega-3 oils, gluten-free food and cough medicineThe GuardianGluten-free food will be on the banned list. Photograph: Martin Argles for the Guardian. NHS. GPs to stop prescribing omega-3 oils, gluten-free food and cough medicine. NHS also removes medication for upset stomachs, haemorrhoids and erectile ...NHS targets suncream prescriptions for cutsBBC NewsPatients face paying for their own painkillers and cough medicine in NHS cost-cutting crackdownMirror.co.uk'Low-priority' items could go in NHS prescriptions shake-up to cut costsBelfast TelegraphThe Independent -Yorkshire Evening Post -Telegraph.co.uk -Evening Standardall 15 news articles »

Bowel cancer symptoms? THIS tool could speed up diagnosis of deadly disease - Express.co.uk;

Bowel cancer symptoms? THIS tool could speed up diagnosis of deadly disease - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukBowel cancer symptoms? THIS tool could speed up diagnosis of deadly diseaseExpress.co.ukBOWEL CANCER could be diagnosed sooner in young people - preventing them from facing severe delays in treatment, a study has revealed. By Olivia Lerche. PUBLISHED: 08:01, Tue, Mar 28, 2017 | UPDATED: 08:40, Tue, Mar 28, 2017. Bowel cancer ...WATCH: Cornish widow backs bowel cancer toolPirate FMBowel cancer tool to boost diagnosis in under-50sBBC NewsNew tool could have saved life of Newquay man whose terminal cancer was misdiagnosed for a yearCornwall LiveStuff.co.nz -gethampshire.co.uk -Renfrewshire 24 Newsall 8 news articles »

Dad outraged after disgraced posh café hands him receipt labelling his wife a 'weird freak' over food order - Mirror.co.uk;

Dad outraged after disgraced posh café hands him receipt labelling his wife a 'weird freak' over food order - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukDad outraged after disgraced posh café hands him receipt labelling his wife a 'weird freak' over food orderMirror.co.ukA shocked dad has slammed a disgraced posh café after his wife was labelled a "weird freak" - for ordering a smaller portion of food for their child. Steve Dempster said his wife, who wished not to be named, received a "disgusting" receipt which read ...Woman labelled 'weird freak' on receipt for ordering child-sized omelette for her childYahoo NewsDiner furious as cafe calls mother 'weird freak'NewshubCafe apologises after describing customer as 'weird freak' on receiptTelegraph.co.ukHarrogate Advertiser -The Sunall 6 news articles »

NHS bosses struggling to balance the books - The Argus;

NHS bosses struggling to balance the books - The Argus

Gazette & HeraldNHS bosses struggling to balance the booksThe ArgusTHE NHS organisation responsible for making sure the right health services are available for a large part of Sussex is ending the financial year £20 million in the red. Health bosses at Coastal West Sussex Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) say they ...Hyperlocal-backed campaign forces NHS milk U-turnHoldTheFrontPage.co.ukHealth transport service reviewGazette & HeraldTelephone care service wins awardDarlington and Stockton Timesall 4 news articles »

How not to help mums breastfeed: Give them an aggravating unhelpful chatbot - Mashable;

How not to help mums breastfeed: Give them an aggravating unhelpful chatbot - Mashable

MashableHow not to help mums breastfeed: Give them an aggravating unhelpful chatbotMashableNursing a baby at 3 a.m. – especially when it's not going well – can lead you down a Google rabbit hole. When all you want is for your baby to stop crying so you can both get back to sleep, getting hold of reliable and relevant information as soon as ...'An unrealistic pressure': mothers on what it's like to breastfeedThe GuardianBreast-feeding mums: To cover up or not?AsiaOneNHS launches breastfeeding 'ChatBot' to support to new mumsdaynurseries.co.uk Newsall 4 news articles »

Angry man's rant about woman breastfeeding in a pub on Mother's Day backfires SPECTACULARLY - Mirror.co.uk;

Angry man's rant about woman breastfeeding in a pub on Mother's Day backfires SPECTACULARLY - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukAngry man's rant about woman breastfeeding in a pub on Mother's Day backfires SPECTACULARLYMirror.co.ukA disgruntled punter's rant about a woman breastfeeding in a pub on Mother's Day spectacularly backfired when hundreds of mums came to her defence. Sheldon Sparks went for a drink in his local boozer and was stunned to see a newborn having his lunch ...Man's furious Facebook rant about a woman who 'flopped a breast out' to feed her baby in the pub on Mother's Day ...Daily Mailall 3 news articles »

Is bad luck the leading cause of cancer? - NHS Choices;

Is bad luck the leading cause of cancer? - NHS Choices

NHS ChoicesIs bad luck the leading cause of cancer?NHS Choices"Most cancers are caused by random mistakes in the genetic code when cells divide out of the blue, new research shows," the Daily Mail reports. But this is an oversimplification of research that looked at the role spontaneous random mutations play in ...Cancer: How much is due to chance?Rutland HeraldUnavoidable Typos in DNA Help Fuel CancerSci-Tech TodayTwo-thirds of cancers caused by random mutationsBioNewsStuff.co.nz -Sky News -Smithsonian -Telegraph.co.ukall 47 news articles »

Ditch the iced water and lose weight - Times LIVE;

Ditch the iced water and lose weight - Times LIVE

Times LIVEDitch the iced water and lose weightTimes LIVEDitching straws and iced water with meals makes for healthier eating, says Oxford University psychology professor Charles Spence. Save & Share. Tweet · Email · Print. He says mind tricks can help as enjoyment of food is largely emotional. Drinking with ...Ditch straws and iced water at meal-times to lose weight, says Oxford profTelegraph.co.ukGastrophysics: The New Science of Eating by Charles Spence review – beyond foodThe GuardianBook review: Gastrophysics – how potato chips with a loud crunch taste better, and other fascinating food factsSouth China Morning Postall 4 news articles »

Treatment for endometriosis 'unacceptable' - BBC News;

Treatment for endometriosis 'unacceptable' - BBC News

BBC NewsTreatment for endometriosis 'unacceptable'BBC NewsWomen with endometriosis are not getting diagnosed quickly enough and treatment is "unacceptable", say MPs. The condition affects one in 10 women and can cause chronic pain, heavy periods, painful sex and depression. More than 2,600 women spoke to ...Women with painful gynaecological problems told by GPs: 'It's all in your head'Telegraph.co.ukWomen given hysterectomy 'for no reason'The Times (subscription)GPs dismissing womb illness as period pain: Thousands of women with painful condition are accused of imagining ...Daily Mailall 5 news articles »

8 tips to help you get a decent night's sleep after the clocks go forward - Gloucestershire Live;

8 tips to help you get a decent night's sleep after the clocks go forward - Gloucestershire Live

Gloucestershire Live8 tips to help you get a decent night's sleep after the clocks go forwardGloucestershire LiveAlthough clocks only changed this morning by 60 minutes, the alteration can have a dramatic effect on people's sleep. While we may breathe a sigh of relief that better weather is on its way, we do lose out on an hour of sleep. It's only 60 minutes ...This is when you should go to bed if you want to wake up feeling greatCroydon AdvertiserIt's time to rethink your bedtime if you want to wake up refreshedgetreadingTo feel rested when you wake up, go to bed at this exact timeConcord RegisterIndiatimes.com -Nottingham Post -Derby Telegraphall 9 news articles »

NHS bosses 'spent half of extra Autumn Statement cash on outside services' - BBC News;

NHS bosses 'spent half of extra Autumn Statement cash on outside services' - BBC News

BBC NewsNHS bosses 'spent half of extra Autumn Statement cash on outside services'BBC NewsAbout half of a £2bn cash boost from the 2014 Autumn Statement for frontline health services in England was spent outside the NHS, research has found. The Health Foundation analysis for the Financial Times showed £901m was spent on buying services ...NHS bosses spent half Autumn Statement cash on outside servicesBelfast TelegraphHalf of extra £2bn for NHS went privateThe Times (subscription)NHS funds diverted to private sectorFinancial Timesall 4 news articles »

Childhood obesity: Cut unhealthy food multi-buy offers - MPs - BBC News;

Childhood obesity: Cut unhealthy food multi-buy offers - MPs - BBC News

BBC NewsChildhood obesity: Cut unhealthy food multi-buy offers - MPsBBC NewsThe government must do more to reduce the number of cut-price and multi-buy offers on unhealthy food to help curb childhood obesity, a group of MPs say. The report, by the Health Select Committee, also calls for rules on junk food advertisements to be ...Government plan on childhood obesity very disappointing, say MPsThe GuardianChildhood obesity needs tough new measures from Government, say MPsBelfast TelegraphChild obesity crisis will get far worse without tougher measures, warn MPsTelegraph.co.ukThe Sun -The Times (subscription) -Daily Mailall 7 news articles »

Child who died was let down by NHS and government, Hunt tells memorial - The Guardian;

Child who died was let down by NHS and government, Hunt tells memorial - The Guardian

The GuardianChild who died was let down by NHS and government, Hunt tells memorialThe GuardianJeremy Hunt, the health secretary, speaks at a memorial service for William Mead in Truro, Cornwall. Photograph: Kieran Jermyn. Jeremy Hunt. Child who died was let down by NHS and government, Hunt tells memorial. Health secretary apologises to family ...Jeremy Hunt says 'I'm sorry' for baby boy's death as he appears at memorial serviceTelegraph.co.uk'I came to say sorry': Jeremy Hunt attends memorial service of toddler who died after NHS failed to spot sepsisMirror.co.ukWilliam Mead: Jeremy Hunt apologises to family of toddler who died after NHS failuresInternational Business Times UKBBC News -ITV News -Daily Mail -The Sunall 9 news articles »

'I gave my dying son cannabis to ease his cancer symptoms and he made a miracle recovery' reveals mum - Mirror.co.uk;

'I gave my dying son cannabis to ease his cancer symptoms and he made a miracle recovery' reveals mum - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.uk'I gave my dying son cannabis to ease his cancer symptoms and he made a miracle recovery' reveals mumMirror.co.ukCallie Blackwell woke once more expecting to find her son Deryn lying dead next to her. The pair lay were sleeping just yards apart in the hospice bedroom where Deryn had been sent to spend his final few days. He was in extraordinary pain. His frail ...Mum reveals she gave her cancer-stricken son CANNABIS in bid to ease his pain… and now he's made a miracle ...The SunBoy's miracle recovery from rare cancer after mum gave him cannabisMetroI gave my little boy CANNABIS to help cure his cancer: Mother reveals how her teenage son who was given days to live ...Daily Mailall 4 news articles »

Twins lose mother hours after birth - The Union Leader;

Twins lose mother hours after birth - The Union Leader

PEOPLE.comTwins lose mother hours after birthThe Union LeaderJamie Snider, 30, left, was battling cancer when she learned she was pregnant with twins. She gave birth to a boy and a girl on March 16 and died the next day in surgery. Her two babies are coming to New Hampshire to live with relatives. (Courtesy)Mother Who Beat Cancer Twice – Once During Pregnancy – Dies of Heart Failure the Day After Delivering TwinsPEOPLE.comHeartbreaking: Mother Who Beat Cancer Twice Dies 1 Day After Delivering TwinsCosmopolitan.comBrother of courageous mom who kicked cancer: 'She made sure those babies would live'WLS-TVThe Independent -Huffington Post -News965 -New Zealand Heraldall 63 news articles »

UK children to get best chances at beating cancer after £1.5m pledge - Sky News;

UK children to get best chances at beating cancer after £1.5m pledge - Sky News

Sky NewsUK children to get best chances at beating cancer after £1.5m pledgeSky NewsChildren with cancers that do not respond to traditional therapies will receive personalised treatments for the first time. 03:35, UK, Sunday 26 March 2017. Gene testing for cancer research Image Caption: The £1.5m funding has been made available ...Every child with cancer to have tumour DNA sequenced to find best treatmentTelegraph.co.ukall 2 news articles »

Night-time loo trips 'linked to salt in diet' - BBC News;

Night-time loo trips 'linked to salt in diet' - BBC News

BBC NewsNight-time loo trips 'linked to salt in diet'BBC NewsPeople who wake at night with an urge to go to the loo may need to cut back on salt in their diets, doctors from Japan are suggesting. The problem - called nocturia - which mainly affects the over-60s, leads to disrupted sleep and can significantly ...Cutting salt intake could stop excessive toilet trips in the wee small hoursTelegraph.co.ukToo much salt makes you need to wee - studyNewshuball 3 news articles »