Surgeons say the problem may be difficult to fix
British number one proud despite being knocked out in quarter-final
Coming from Old Stoneface himself, this was praise indeed for Andy Murray. "He is hitting the ball great," Ivan Lendl, the Scot's coach said. "I think he has played enough matches now. I am not concerned about that."
British No 1 to face the rejuvenated Swiss he beat in last year’s semi-finals
Parents of Sean Turner give harrowing account of son's treatment on hospital's controversial Ward 32
Don’t be fooled by hypocritical preconceptions
Just as well that this pilot episode got stuck straight into the action
Walcott had been offered a chance of featuring in Brazil by undergoing a risky procedure using a synthetic tendon to repair his ruptured anterior cruciate ligament
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An NHS worker who tweeted that he was going to shave a patient’s pubic hairs and stick them to his face “Wiggins style” is up before a professional standards board.
Fifteen-year-old girl who was terrified of going outside has £7,000 operation to 'balance out her face'
Weight-loss programmes are being cut in some areas of England despite the growing obesity crisis, the Royal College of Surgeons has warned.
Wearing a helmet may have “minimised the severity” of injury suffered by racing driver Michael Schumacher following his skiing accident in France, a leading surgeon has said.
Tim Henman thinks Andy Murray could become a better player than ever after his back surgery but believes his successor as British No 1 may need time to hit peak form. With the Australian Open just 14 days away, Murray will play his first tournament since September here at this week’s Qatar ExxonMobil Open.
Doctor was on the verge of being released when his family were told of his death by what the Syrian government calls suicide and they say was murder
A surgeon has been suspended over allegations that he “branded” his initials onto a patient’s liver.