Hundreds of women may be losing healthy babies due to mistaken diagnosis of miscarriage Home pregnancy tests are now so sensitive women who fear they have miscarried are attending hospital at an earlier stage than in the pastHospital scans cannot detect the earliest signs of life and may fail to pick up a present heartbeat, leading doctors to remove the early foetusUp to 400 woman may be losing healthy babies each year due to mistaken diagnosis, according to reportNew guidelines urge doctors not to operate to remove a foetus within the first 13 weeks of pregnancy | UPDATED: 08:36 GMT, 12 December 2012 Hundreds of women may be losing healthy babies every year because they are incorrectly diagnosed as having suffered a miscarriage, experts have warned. Modern home pregnancy tests are now so sensitive that women are discovering they are pregnant earlier – meaning many who fear they have miscarried are attending hospital at an earlier stage than in the past.
Judge takes pity on pensioner, 74, who grew 12,000 of cannabis to pay for son's drug rehab Frank Jones grew plants worth 12,000 from seed in Yorkshire home He hoped to raise 2,500 to pay for rehab for his drug addict sonJudge Paul Watson QC said letting him off jail was 'the right thing to do' | UPDATED: 14:30 GMT, 11 December 2012 A judge took pity on a 74-year-old man who grew cannabis to pay for a drugs rehabilitation course for his addict son. Desperate Frank Jones grew seven plants worth 12,000 in a small bedroom at his home in South Yorkshire
Dying swine flu victim's pleas to go to hospital ignored THREE times by paramedics Niyousha Haki was seen on three separate occasions after concerned relatives dialled 999Despite having 'grossly abnormal' temperature and elevated heart rate, they judged her symptoms to be ‘non-life threatening’She died a day later after suffering a cardiac arrest | UPDATED: 23:30 GMT, 4 December 2012 A young woman with swine flu died after her desperate pleas to be taken to hospital were ignored three times by paramedics. Niyousha Haki, 28, had a ‘grossly abnormal’ temperature and an elevated heart rate, but while family members repeatedly called 999, medics insisted her symptoms were ‘non-life-threatening’ and caused partly by anxiety