News Four-year-old Sean Turner died in March 2012 following heart surgery at Bristol Children's Hospital

A Bristol hospital has apologised over the treatment a four-year-old heart patient received on a ward after his parents condemned his care as “shambolic”.

Rafael Nadal tries to cool himself down while on court at the Australian Open

Australian Open 2014: Play on day four halted due to extreme heat policy finally being implemented after mass criticism

Andy Murray was one of many to express his concern over the soaring temperatures in Melbourne that led to play being suspended

A woman has launched a legal battle to

Woman's High Court fight to 'harvest' seriously ill partner's sperm

The unnamed woman said she and her fiancé had discussed having children before he sank into a vegetative state

Sperm samples frozen and preserved in a tank of Liquid Nitrogen

Test case: Woman launches legal fight to 'harvest' sperm from sick partner

Man is being kept alive medically after devastating series of heart attacks and could die at any time, High Court told

Four-year-old Sean Turner died in March 2012 following heart surgery at Bristol Children's Hospital

Gravely ill four-year-old boy ‘had to suck fluid from tissue’ while recovering from heart surgery at Bristol Children’s Hospital, inquest into his death hears

Parents of Sean Turner give harrowing account of son's treatment on hospital's controversial Ward 32

John Button celebrates with his son Jenson after he claimed the 2009 Formula 1 drivers' world championship

F1: Father of McLaren driver Jenson Button dies

John Button was often in attendance to watch his son race

An emergency ambulance similar to the one a seven-year-old called out for is grandad

Seven-year-old Sunderland boy and his younger sister save grandad from heart attack

Adam Smith  called an ambulance and knew to show the paramedics his grandfather's medicine

Book review: 'The Night Guest' by Fiona McFarlane

From the one who “Came to Tea” to Life of Pi, there is a PhD thesis waiting to be written about tigers as a metaphor in fiction. The beast that stalks this unusual Australian literary debut is an imaginary one, but to Ruth, a 75-year-old widow whose two adult sons dutifully watch over her from homes abroad, he’s terrifyingly real. At night she wakes to hear him prowling her isolated beach house in New South Wales and wonders if she’s losing her mind.

New blood test could be used to predict if a patient will have a heart attack

US researchers find specific cells in the blood of heart attack sufferers

Slim, unfit men are 'less likely' to suffer heart attacks than fit obese men

Heart attack risk is also lessened in men who exercise in their teen years

MIKHAIL KALASHNIKOV WITH AN AK-47 RIFLE

Mikhail Kalashnikov dead at 94: AK-47 inventor had been in hospital for a month

Mikhail Kalashnikov, the inventor of the most famous assault rifle in the world, has died at the age of 94.

Judge rules that man in vegetative state should not be resuscitated if his condition deteriorates

The 78-year-old man's son said his family were 'trying to hang on to him' while giving evidence via video link

Dementia costs the UK economy around £23 billion every year

Unprecedented breakthrough in the hunt for a dementia drug within 'five years'

Senior British researchers spearheading efforts to find a cure say that research has entered 'a new era'

999 caller admits failures in dealing with choking baby call

A 999 call handler has admitted she made two “fundamental” errors in responding to a report of a choking baby who later died, an inquest has heard.

Eric and Little Ern: Theatre review - 'funny and affecting'

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An aspirin before going to bed might reduce the risk of suffering a heart attack in the morning

Taking an aspirin at bedtime can cut risk of heart attack in morning, study reveals

Latest findings could be good news for 1.3 million victims living in UK

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