The heavily pregnant 29-year-old was walking home when a man approached her from behind, slashed her face with a razor blade and ran
Worries about those man boobs? Then ‘put out that joint’, says Dr Anthony Youn
After the rise in labial-reduction procedures, perhaps girls should be shown pictures of a range of vaginas in the classroom to help broaden their understanding of 'normal'
The NHS carried out 2,000 labial reductions in 2010, but this could be just 'the tip of the iceberg' as private clinics do not have to record data
TV pick of the week: Orphan Black
Comparisons to the Kennedys and the Bushes are exaggerated, but if Silvio Berlusconi’s criminal conviction makes it politically impossible for him to continue at the head of his party after the summer, there is a strong chance that another Berlusconi will take his place – Marina Berlusconi, his eldest daughter, who at present heads both Fininvest, his financial holding company, and Mondadori, Italy’s biggest book publisher, acquired by her father in controversial circumstances.
Psy’s YouTube channel might have hit its three billionth view earlier this month, but the king of Korean pop is not immune to the pressures of fame despite his success. He has admitted in a candid interview that vodka is his “best friend”.
The world of punting sounds sedate but a recent hit-and-run has revealed dark currents beneath the surface
Constance Briscoe, 56, a part-time judge who shot to prominence with a misery memoir about her early life, was charged on June 12
She is accused of supplying inaccurate statements to Essex police during investigation over claims that former minister passed speeding points to his then wife, Vicky Pryce
In a video released by hospital staff to mark a year since the horrific attack, Ronald Poppo smiled and spoke publicly for the first time
Bestselling author Audrey Niffenegger talks to Jessica Duchen about having her dark fable Raven Girl brought to life by Royal Ballet choreographer Wayne McGregor
Hard-hitting love stories that don't pull punches
Budget Minister Jérôme Cahuzac's resigns over allegations of an illegal Swiss bank account
A dark-hued but uplifting tale leads to a life beyond the cult of cosmetic enhancement
A retired US Army sergeant who underwent a double arm transplant after losing both arms and both legs in Iraq was discharged from The Johns Hopkins Hospital yesterday, saying he was anxious to get back to an active life.