Japanese nurse 'killed 20 OAP patients at end of shift because she could not be bothered to tell their families'

Japanese nurse 'killed 20 OAP patients at end of shift because she could not be bothered to tell their families'

Ayumi Kuboki allegedly laced their intravenous drips with toxic antiseptic chemicals at specific times, Japanese newspaper the Asahi Shimbun reported yesterday. The 31-year-old, who worked at Oguchi Hospital in Yokohama, was arrested on Saturday on suspicion of murdering 88-year-old Sozo Nishikawa in…

The patients of Gosport’s ‘Dr Opiate’

The patients of Gosport’s ‘Dr Opiate’

How patients who went into hospital for bedsores and rehab ended up begging families to ‘save them’ from huge doses of painkillers dished out by Dr Opiate’s ‘institutionalised regime’ Criminal charges could be brought following shocking revelations that the lives of more…

Nearly 1.4million patients have been thrown off their GP practice lists with 445 surgeries closing since 2013

Nearly 1.4million patients have been thrown off their GP practice lists with 445 surgeries closing since 2013

Medical leaders blame a workforce crisis and ballooning workloads for 445 surgeries closing since 2013. It has forced nearly 1.4 million Brits to find a new GP or travel to a different practice to stick with their existing doctor. The latest figures…

Neurosurgeon reveals how terminally ill patients could have their SEVERED HEADS kept alive for years

Neurosurgeon reveals how terminally ill patients could have their SEVERED HEADS kept alive for years

Speaking with The Sun Online, Dr Alistair Jenkins, a consultant neurosurgeon at the Royal Victoria Infirmary, says decapitated heads could live on if blood flow was maintained. Dr Jenkins said that heads which were surgically removed and “immediately” connected to an artificial…

Patients to be handed NHS cash to spend on treatment they want but it could be splashed on horse riding or holidays

Patients to be handed NHS cash to spend on treatment they want but it could be splashed on horse riding or holidays

Dementia sufferers, army veterans and wheelchair users have all been earmarked to receive 'personal care budgets'. The money is paid directly to them and can be spent on whatever they think will help their condition – as long as their doctor agrees….