Each NHS trust needs a tsar to tackle obesity crisis, say top doctors as UK"s fat epidemic shows no sign of slowing

Each NHS trust needs a tsar to tackle obesity crisis, say top doctors as UK's fat epidemic shows no sign of slowing UK second only to the US for weight problems and situation is getting worseTreatment still 'inadequate' adding to 5billion cost of dealing with issue /12/31/article-2255540-059C6912000005DC-251_634x421.jpg” width=”634″ height=”421″ alt=”Crackdown: Leading doctors have advised that an obesity tsar should be appointed at every NHS trust to tackle a growing crisis” class=”blkBorder” /> Crackdown: Leading doctors have advised that an obesity tsar should be appointed at every NHS trust to tackle a growing crisis Yet treatment is still ‘inadequate’ adding to the annual 5billion cost of dealing with the issue. The Royal College said two out of three hospitals lack ‘joined-up’ services for patients who are obese or overweight.

Doctors find hole in man"s stomach after he orders spiciest soup on the menu in Chinese restaurant

Spiciest soup on the menu burns hole through Chinese man's stomach lining The 26-year-old male vomited blood after eating traditional mala soupDoctors at hospital in Wuhan decided soup had burned through stomach Man had no history of ulcers or other gastrointestinal disorders | UPDATED: 23:58 GMT, 27 December 2012 Doctors in China were left dumbfounded when they discovered a hole in a man's stomach wall after he ate a notoriously spicy bowl of soup. The 26-year-old unnamed male had consumed a mala soup, meaning 'numbing hot', a traditional Chinese dish

Shrien Dewani: Honeymoon murder suspect given 6 months "to recover" from shock of his wife Anni"s death

Fury as honeymoon murder suspect Shrien Dewani is given six months 'to recover' from shock of his wife's death Dewani, 33, is being treated for depression and post-traumatic stress disorder while facing extradition to South AfricaThe court heard that he has 'adapted poorly' to treatmentHe is accused of ordering the murder of his wife Anni Dewani on their honeymoon in Cape TownHis extradition has been halted as he is suffering severe mental disorders | UPDATED: 11:19 GMT, 4 December 2012 'Husk of a man': Shrien Dewani has 'adapted poorly' to treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder as he faces extradition to South Africa to face charges of his wife's murder The family of tragic honeymoon bride Anni Dewani have reacted with fury after the husband accused of her murder was given six more months to recover from the shock of her death.