I'll drink to that! New 'alcohol busting' drug that sobers you up in seconds being developed by MIT scientists By Helen Pow PUBLISHED: 23:26 GMT, 17 February 2013 | UPDATED: 10:40 GMT, 18 February 2013 Party animals could soon be able to sober up in an instant just by popping a pill. Researchers have developed a cocktail of alcohol metabolizing enzymes that speedily reduces blood alcohol levels in drunk mice. The treatment, which has been compared to having 'millions of liver cells inside your stomach,' could have far-reaching implications for drinkers.
Father admits neglecting his four-month-old son who died after television weighing five stone dropped on his headKian McMillan died from 'catastrophic injuries' at home in Burnley last year Father Edward Hanratty, 41, was passed out on the floor after taking drink and drugsMother Natalie McMillan, 25, also admits child neglect but denies manslaughter | UPDATED: 18:40 GMT, 19 December 2012 A father has admitted neglecting his four-month-old son who died from 'catastrophic injuries' after a television fell on his head. Edward Hanratty, 41, was passed out on the kitchen floor after taking a cocktail of drugs and drink when the child's mother's allegedly knocked over the TV set as she attempted to move it to plug in a scart lead and watch a DVD.
Teacher under investigation over death of pregnant fiance who 'told friends he was trying to kill her' collapses in the street Darren Stott in critical condition in hospital in the Canary IslandsFailed to attend inquest into the death of lawyer fiance Ana HernandezShe died in June after ingesting lethal cocktail of prescription drugs | UPDATED: 09:38 GMT, 15 December 2012 Tragedy: Ana Hernandez, 32, died in June in what are now described as suspicious circumstances A teacher who is under investigation over his pregnant fiance's sudden death is in hospital after collapsing in the street. Darren Stott had apparently told his mother he was feeling suicidal over the decision to reopen the investigation into the death of Ana Hernandez, who was found to have taken a lethal cocktail of drugs. Ms Hernandez, a lawyer, allegedly claimed that Stott was trying to poison her shortly before she was found dead at her Yorkshire home in June.
Pictured: Blonde who sparked stockbroker brawl when her fiance was told she'd slept with colleagueAlex Miller, 25, inadvertently triggered the mayhem when her stockbroker fianc Robert Nicolson was told she had cheated on him Dozens of bankers looked on in horror as Nicolson angrily confronted unsuspecting IT worker Anthony FieldThis ignited an ugly scuffle that tore through the packed Queen Of Hoxton cocktail bar in Shoreditch, east LondonNicolson yesterday admitted affray but was cleared of assault after a three-day trial | UPDATED: 23:02 GMT, 13 December 2012 Fight: Alex Miller, 25, is the blonde at the centre of a love triangle that saw a City firm's Christmas party descend into a violent brawl This is the blonde at the centre of a love triangle that saw a City firm’s Christmas party descend into a violent brawl. Alex Miller, 25, inadvertently triggered the mayhem when her stockbroker fianc Robert Nicolson, 27, was told she had cheated on him with one of his colleagues.
Mother killed her four-month-old son while high on drugs by knocking TV onto his head as he lay below, court hearsCourt told that 25-yearold mother was high on heroin, Valium and alcohol Youngster suffered 'catastrophic' brain injuries day after tv toppled on him Father also accused of being high and faces child cruelty charges | UPDATED: 17:31 GMT, 10 December 2012 A mother who was high on a cocktail of drugs and alcohol killed her four-month-old son when she knocked a large television on to his head, a court has heard. Preston Crown Court was told that Natalie McMillan, 25, from Burnley in Lancashire had taken a mixture of heroin and Valium and was in no fit state to look after her son Kian when the incident happened. The youngster suffered 'catastrophic' brain injuries the day after the television toppled from a cupboard while he was resting on a mat on the floor of the family home last December.
London bar raided after selling a cocktail 'flavoured with whale skin' Nightjar in Hoxton, east London, sold drink called Moby Dick, allegedly with 'infused whale skin'Police raided venue after tip-off from animal conservationistsWhale banned from sale in most of Europe | UPDATED: 10:28 GMT, 9 December 2012 A London cocktail bar has outraged animal conservationists after it was discovered selling a cocktail allegedly flavoured with whale skin. Whale is banned from sale in Europe as part of EU protection policies, but it would appear the Nightjar bar in Hoxton, east London, has been flouting those rules. A cocktail called the Moby Dick is described on the bar's menu as containing Laphroaig whiskey, Drambuie, ale and bitters – and a 'whale skin infusion'