January The burglar who broke into a care home and sexually assaulted a woman in her 90s A man who sexually assaulted a woman in her 90s after breaking into a care home was jailed. Police said ‘shameless’ Jake Morris, 24, had ‘no place in society’ after he was caged for the shocking attack on the pensioner, who has dementia. He denied sexually assaulting her at the Leigh facility when interviewed by officers. During the court case Morris changed his plea and finally admitted his sickening crime. Morris, of no fixed abode, also pleaded guilty to burglary and assault and was jailed for six years and four months. The ‘dangerous predator’ who posed as taxi driver to rape woman on her way home from night out A ‘dangerous predator’ who posed as a taxi driver to rape a woman on her way home from a night out was jailed. Marius Dolhascanu targeted his 30-year-old victim in Wigan in 2016. After the terrifying ordeal Dolhascanu, of Hey Street, … [Read more...] about 668 people who were put behind bars in Greater Manchester in 2018
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John Fauber and Matt Wynn USA TODAY NETWORK Published 8:15 AM EST Nov 30, 2018 In Louisiana, Larry Mitchell Isaacs gave up his medical license in the face of discipline after he removed an allegedly healthy kidney during what was supposed to be colon surgery. In California, he mistakenly removed a woman’s fallopian tube. According to medical board records, he thought it was her appendix — which already was gone. More surgeries on the woman followed, including one in which he allegedly left her intestine unconnected. Facing state sanctions, he surrendered his license there, too. In New York, where regulators were moving to take action based on his California problems, he also agreed to give up his license. But in Ohio, he has found a home. There, his medical license remains unblemished, allowing Isaacs to work at an urgent care clinic in the Cincinnati area. Surrendering a license is often done in the face of overwhelming evidence of unprofessional … [Read more...] about Medical board license failures: Doctors can easily move among states
JOANNA Lumley has been one of our most beloved star's ever since she took up her lgendary role in hit '90s comedy Absolutely Fabulous. The British actress hosted of the 2018 Baftas - here's all you need to know... Who is Joanna Lumley, how old is she and what is her background? Joanna Lumley was born on May 1, 1946, and is an English actress, voice-over artist, former model, author and activist. The 72-year-old was born in Srinagar, Kashmir and Jammu, to English parents, Thyra Beatrice Rose and Major James Rutherford Lumley, who served in the 6th Gurkha Rifles, a regiment of the British Indian Army. Joanna was brought up in Kent where she attended Mickledene School in Rolvenden as a boarder. She was educated at St Mary's Convent School in Hastings and afterwards attended the Lucie Clayton Finishing School, after being turned down by the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art at the age of 16. Joanna started off her career as a model in the '60s, but soon turned her hand to TV and film. She … [Read more...] about How old is Joanna Lumley and who’s her husband Stephen Barlow? Host of the BAFTAs 2018 and Absolutely Fabulous legend
CELEBS are constantly put under pressure to look good - so it's no surprise that some male stars opt for some surgical help when it comes to losing their locks. Hair transplants are one of the options available for those who are follicly-challenged. Here's all we know about the procedure... What is a hair transplant? Hair transplants are a type of cosmetic surgery used to target male and female pattern baldness. As well as this, they can be used to restore hair and to fill in scars caused by accidents or burns. Results can permanently change your appearance, but the hairs can take over a year to grow in entirely. Because it is considered a cosmetic procedure, hair transplants are not normally available on the NHS and patients wanting the surgery will usually have to go private. How is a hair transplant carried out? Patients undergoing the surgical procedure are put under local anaesthetic and sedation. The procedure can be carried out in two separate ways. Follicular unit … [Read more...] about How do hair transplants work and which celebrities have had the procedure? From Brian McFadden to George Sampson
VASECTOMY surgery works as a form of contraception. As thousands of men in the UK have chosen to get sterilised, here’s everything you need to know about the procedure… What is a vasectomy? Vasectomy is the name given to a minor operation that works to blocks sperm from being ejaculated during sex. During the surgery, the tubes that carry the fluid from a man’s testicles to the penis are cut, blocked or sealed. The NHS explains: “This prevents sperm from reaching the seminal fluid (semen), which is ejaculated from the penis during sex. “There will be no sperm in the semen, so a woman's egg can't be fertilised.” What happens during a vasectomy procedure? How does it work? Surprisingly, the life-changing operation can be carried out in just 15 minutes. The procedure is typically carried out under local anaesthetic, so is often relatively painless. There are two ways to carry out a vasectomy, using the conventional or the no-scalpel method. The … [Read more...] about What is a vasectomy, what is the failure rate, how does the procedure work and how much does it cost?