Dr Isyaka Mamman has been jailed for three years for negligence manslaughter (Image: Daily Mirror) Sign up for our news briefing, including a daily special Russia-Ukraine edition SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Dr Isyaka Mamman, 85, was today jailed for three years after a court heard he pierced the sac containing Shahida Parveen's heart while trying to extract bone marrow from her sternum. Mamman had already been suspended once by medical watchdogs and was sacked - but then re-employed by the Royal Oldham Hospital, where he was responsible for a series of critical incidents. Related articles Customer wins courier refund after computer monitor 'disappears' One in ten trips to A&E is repeated in a week, figures show … [Read more...] about NHS doctor, 85, lied about age killed mum in botched operation
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July 05, 2022 - 14:42 BST Sharon Osbourne house: Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne live in LA – see The Talk star's decadent living room décor Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne have a jaw-dropping mansion in Los Angeles and in a throwback photo shared by Sharon on Tuesday, their epic living room shrine was showcased. MORE: All we know about Ozzy Osbourne's life-saving surgery The couple, who are celebrating 40 years of marriage this year, were captured on camera standing in front of a decadent fireplace – and it's truly stunning. Loading the player... WATCH: Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne's wild love story The wood-clad room is filled with luxury accessories including a gold mirror, pillar candles in candelabras and a large gold sculpture of Jesus. The family bookcase could be observed in the corner of the room, filled with an array of books including on history. At the other side of the frame, a dark velvet sofa could be seen, … [Read more...] about See Sharon Osbourne’s gothic shrine at $12m home with husband Ozzy
by BRIG. GEN. WILLIAM C. MENNINGER, USA MILITARY psychiatry differs from civilian psychiatry in that the Army must be totally responsible for a man — not only for his food and clothing, but especially for his ability to participate in his particular mission. Consequently, when a man did not fulfill his function, the Army had to find the cause and, if possible, remedy it. In many instances the cause lay in his personality and in his emotional difficulties. Since there is a human tendency to retreat into illness under stress, it was not surprising to find that many men became ill when they were unable to meet the demands of the new life. Military psychiatry differs also in quality from civilian psychiatry. In the Army much more effort and time are invested in a preventive psychiatryan attempt to keep men healthy and to seek out causes for poor morale. Until comparatively recently, the majority of civilian psychiatric patients had to be brought to the psychiatrist by relatives, … [Read more...] about Psychiatry and the War
[This story originally aired on February 20.] In July 2020, Daniel Anderl, the son of federal Judge Esther Salas and attorney Mark Anderl, was shot dead by a gunman at the front door of the family's New Jersey home. Daniel Anderl, 20, took a bullet to his chest trying to protect his parents. By the time Judge Salas came to the door, the killer was gone. Her husband, Mark, was wounded. "I have direct evidence that he died heroically, that he had a holy death," says David Oakley, Daniel Anderl's godfather and a family friend. The stranger who came to Judge Salas' door had been holding a package, posing as a deliveryman. Just eight days earlier, a chillingly similar incident took place in California. When attorney Marc Angelucci came to his door to sign for a package, he was also shot dead. "He was just a down-to-earth, at the center of his soul a good-hearted person," Marc's friend, Cassie Jaye, tells CBS News correspondent Tracy Smith. "[Sighs] I was trying to make … [Read more...] about Federal judge whose son was killed in ambush: “My son’s death cannot be in vain”
The Bionic Woman- Lindsay Wagner 1982 Sign up for FREE health tips to live a long and happy life SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Although she’s largely left the public limelight to teach acting at the American San Bernardino Valley College, she has been spotted looking healthy as ever in recent years. Back in 2020, she was seen at the Monte Carlo TV festival in a glistening outfit that matched her radiant appearance. Over the years, she has been open about the activities that have helped her stay in tip top health. Related articles Dementia: The type of fish linked to the brain condition Sean Connery suffered for ‘some time’ before death - dementia Wagner first started building the perfect … [Read more...] about Lindsay Wagner health: Star says ‘taking deep breaths’ is key to health – is she right?
A 29-year-old from Glasgow was shocked to discover her chronic knee pain was actually a rare cancer . Rebekah Laverty suffered with debilitating knee trouble for years and was told in 2019 that she was suffering from an inflammatory condition called bursitis, which causes painful swelling. However, after years of unsuccessful treatments an MRI finally revealed she actually had a 13cm cancerous tumour above her right knee. ‘The type of cancer I have is usually found in the arms, legs or near joints such as the wrist or ankle but it’s so rare I’ve been told a GP will maybe see one case in their whole career – so mine wasn’t picked up,’ she explains. ‘My referrals were also delayed due to Covid. It took until September 2021 for me to be referred for an MRI and get some answers. ‘I received the news that I had this cancer at an appointment that I went to on my own. By then I’d been to countless appointments with no answers so I had no faith that this time would be any … [Read more...] about Woman chooses to have leg amputated after knee pain turns out to be rare cancer