A hero rescuer who saved a young baby from a pier side drowning tragedy that claimed five other lives has described how the
10,900 men die of prostate cancer every year. That's one every hour. 44,000 are diagnosed every 12 months, and one in every three diagnosed will die of the disease. I could go on, but I won't. Enough to say that these stats, which are bad anyway, are heading in the wrong direction.
The person who held the record for being the world's fattest man has died in Mexico City after suffering a heart attack on
Szabo said he hears regular stories of desperation: "They are aware of the risks on their lives, I see those stories constantly
Osama bin Laden was killed in 2011 The Embraer Phenom 300 jet tried to land at the airport, which is used by private planes
Our criminal justice system has long discriminated against those who have lost family members at the hands of the police. Instead of being recognised as victims, such families are victimised from the very first meeting with the police onwards.
The Ministry of Justice has published details of how its new child super-prisons ("secure colleges") will be run. Sold as all about putting "education at the heart of custody", the plans are scant on detail about how children will be helped via education and health services, but contain 15 astonishing pages on discipline, punishment and control.
One person dies every 40 seconds somewhere in the world as a result of suicide, a recent report has shown. Suicide is "major
Pensioners could get a government estimate of when they might die in a move to help them better manage their savings, ministers
Young people have been warned against taking part in "Neknominate", a drinking craze which has swept the nation, following