Acne pill banned in parts of Europe linked to deaths of seven British women over three years

Acne pill banned in parts of Europe linked to deaths of seven British women over three years Charlotte Porter, 17, died in March 2010 of a deep-vein thrombosis after taking Dianette for acneDianette is known to increase the risk of blood clots and vein blockages /11/23/article-2237250-162CB5D7000005DC-558_634x381.jpg” width=”634″ height=”381″ alt=”Dianette: Women taking a contraceptive pill are more likely to develop blood clots” class=”blkBorder” /> Dianette: Women taking a contraceptive pill are more likely to develop blood clots But an inquest was told that Charlotte, from Allington, near Maidstone, Kent, may have already had an undiagnosed blood clot before it was prescribed. Charity shop worker Helen Schofield, 33, died of a blood clot three weeks after starting to take Dianette in 2008. The coroner said there was a ‘pronounced link’ between the drug and her death

Lord McAlpine receives total of 310,000 in libel damages from BBC and ITV for wrongful child sex abuse allegations

Lord McAlpine receives total of 310,000 in libel damages from BBC and ITV for wrongful child sex abuse allegationsFormer Tory Party treasurer was wrongly linked to abuse at a Wales care homeHe intends to give the money to charity, it is saidBoth broadcasters have 'apologised unreservedly' for the mistake | UPDATED: 13:31 GMT, 18 December 2012 Lord McAlpine has today settled his libel actions against the BBC and ITV after they wrongly implicated him in child sex abuse allegations Lord McAlpine has today settled his libel actions against the BBC and ITV after they wrongly implicated him in child sex abuse allegations.

Holly Willoughby"s teeth really are this white: Oral-B toothpaste advert cleared of using TV trickery

Fake No, Holly’s teeth really are this white: Toothpaste advert cleared of using TV trickery | UPDATED: 12:10 GMT, 5 December 2012 She is known to daytime TV viewers for her perfect smile and gleaming teeth. But when Holly Willoughby appeared in a commercial for toothpaste, some viewers asked if her dazzling grin was the result of TV fakery

Kate Middleton "royal baby" spawns spoof Twitter accounts as Duchess of Cambridge announces pregnancy

'Royalbaby' gets 1,000 tribute tweets per SECOND! Unborn baby even gets its own Twitter account as world welcomes Wills and Kate news David Cameron first to tweet and says they 'will make wonderful parents'Ed Miliband follows saying: 'The whole country will be thrilled'President Obama offered his family's congratulations at White House briefingBaby has its own Twitter account and gets 500 followers in five minutesLord Sugar and Richard Branson also ecstatic about the first bornKim Kardashian leads celebrity charge with 'awww so cute!' messageBoris Becker posts picture of himself giving thumbs up to news from India | UPDATED: 11:51 GMT, 4 December 2012 Within moments of the announcement that Catherine is pregnant more than 1,000 congratulatory tweets a second were being posted across the world under the hashtag #royalbaby. The Prime Minister tweeted that the Duke and Duchess would make ‘wonderful parents’, while BBC business editor Robert Peston complained in jest of his report on tax avoidance being ‘bumped off the top of every news programme’, adding: ‘Is there other news’ There were also congratulations from celebrities Sir Richard Branson, TV presenter Vernon Kay, Cheryl Cole, David Walliams, Kim Kardashian and tennis legend Boris Becker, who uploaded a picture of himself with his thumbs up. The hashtag #NameALegend and Prince William and Kate Middleton were trending within minutes of the news breaking and a Twitter account with the name @IAmRoyalBaby had 500 followers in under five minutes