Ariel Sharon needs a “miracle” to survive, the head of Sheba Medical Center, Ze’ev Rotstein, has said.
Thousands of fans attempt to diagnose bizarre condition
The patent filing describes how the device could be used to monitor users' health, give directions or just help out with a slide-show presentation
Coffee may perk up the blood vessels due to the effects of caffeine, a study suggests.
Chairs for Lewisham and Hull said commissioning while continuing their clinical role as family doctors had become unmanageable
Study shows a morning meal is needed to take the body out of its protective ‘fasting state’
Muslim Brotherhood officials are now living in fear, the family of a Morsi adviser tell Alastair Beach in Cairo
How on earth are we supposed to avoid big plot twists when everyone keeps tweeting them? Argh!
Ivorian's passion for the game, if not his consistency, pleases the Arsenal manager
David Price has added his name to the list of fighters who have seen their hopes, dreams and senses destroyed by a single punch that left their careers in turmoil.
What price a night with Mitt Romney? Now you could probably have a Michelin-starred dinner with change from £100 (Mitt doesn't drink) but when the 2012 US Presidential election was at its epoch back in October, you wouldn't get much change from $1,000 (£615). And you'd have to share your meal with Romney's exhausted campaign staff.
Sleep difficulties, a problem for as many as 70 million Americans, can double one's risk of heart attack or stroke, according to a study.
Sweeping variations in standards of care for diabetic patients is costing thousands of lives and wasting tens of millions of pounds every year, the government’s spending watchdog reveals.
A leading travel firm is seeking volunteers to find out if a change really is as good as a rest
It is one of medicine's mysteries: what has caused Britain's plummeting rate of heart disease over the last decade? Deaths from heart attacks have halved since 2002 and no one is quite sure why. Similar changes have occurred in countries around the world, but the death rate in England has fallen further and faster than almost anywhere.
We have a business," said Sir Fred Goodwin, "that's strong and resilient." He was, he said, feeling "galvanised". And so, it seemed, was his chairman. "I'm a great believer," said Tom McKillop, "in adversity sorting out who the long-term winners will be".