NHS worker lost seven stone after she was asked if she ‘was expecting’

An NHS worker who was asked if she ‘was expecting’ when wearing her scrubs has lost seven stone after the comment left her mortified.  Hannah Stewart, 42, from Birmingham, who was a size 24 after the birth of her daughters Evie, 12, and Lottie, eight, was inspired to lose the pounds after her tummy bulged out of … Read more NHS worker lost seven stone after she was asked if she ‘was expecting’

NHS worker lost seven stone after she was asked if she ‘was expecting’

An NHS worker who was asked if she ‘was expecting’ when wearing her scrubs has lost seven stone after the comment left her mortified.  Hannah Stewart, 42, from Birmingham, who was a size 24 after the birth of her daughters Evie, 12, and Lottie, eight, was inspired to lose the pounds after her tummy bulged out of … Read more NHS worker lost seven stone after she was asked if she ‘was expecting’

Matt Hancock admits ‘uncertainy’ over whether Covid variant is more deadly

Matt Hancock today admitted there is ‘uncertainty’ over whether the Covid variant is more deadly as he warned that people should take precautions based on the risk. In interviews this morning, the Health Secretary cited warnings from scientists that the mutant strain first detected in Kent could be between 10 and 50 per cent more … Read more Matt Hancock admits ‘uncertainy’ over whether Covid variant is more deadly

Matt Hancock admits ‘uncertainy’ over whether Covid variant is more deadly

Matt Hancock today admitted there is ‘uncertainty’ over whether the Covid variant is more deadly as he warned that people should take precautions based on the risk. In interviews this morning, the Health Secretary cited warnings from scientists that the mutant strain first detected in Kent could be between 10 and 50 per cent more … Read more Matt Hancock admits ‘uncertainy’ over whether Covid variant is more deadly

How YOU can take part in our campaign to ensure all schoolchildren have a laptop to learn at home 

The Mail has launched a campaign to ensure all Britain’s schoolchildren are equipped with a laptop or computer tablet – so no child is prevented from learning during the lockdown. With schools closed, up to a million pupils are struggling with accessing lessons from home because they don’t have essential equipment. That is why our … Read more How YOU can take part in our campaign to ensure all schoolchildren have a laptop to learn at home 

How YOU can take part in our campaign to ensure all schoolchildren have a laptop to learn at home 

The Mail has launched a campaign to ensure all Britain’s schoolchildren are equipped with a laptop or computer tablet – so no child is prevented from learning during the lockdown. With schools closed, up to a million pupils are struggling with accessing lessons from home because they don’t have essential equipment. That is why our … Read more How YOU can take part in our campaign to ensure all schoolchildren have a laptop to learn at home 

DAN HODGES says Boris Johnson does have a coronavirus plan – and it’s working 

The end is nigh. Or rather, the end is apparently nowhere in sight.  Last week, the hardcore Lockdown-Deniers began to deploy a new mantra. ‘Your regular reminder that there is no end to lockdowns,’ declaimed their High Priestess, the broadcaster Julia Hartley-Brewer. ‘There is no exit strategy, no plan to reopen schools & businesses, to … Read more DAN HODGES says Boris Johnson does have a coronavirus plan – and it’s working 

Don’t blame people breaking lockdown rules, top intensive care doctors tell NHS staff

Top intensive care doctors told NHS staff not to blame people for breaking lockdown rules on Saturday, as the number of people on ventilators with Covid-19 surpassed 4,000 for the first time. Dr Alison Pittard and Dr Daniele Bryden, respectively the dean and vice dean of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine, chided other healthcare … Read more Don’t blame people breaking lockdown rules, top intensive care doctors tell NHS staff

Don’t blame people breaking lockdown rules, top intensive care doctors tell NHS staff

Top intensive care doctors told NHS staff not to blame people for breaking lockdown rules on Saturday, as the number of people on ventilators with Covid-19 surpassed 4,000 for the first time. Dr Alison Pittard and Dr Daniele Bryden, respectively the dean and vice dean of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine, chided other healthcare … Read more Don’t blame people breaking lockdown rules, top intensive care doctors tell NHS staff

Scar-free stitch in the stomach could help patients shed up to FIVE stone

People struggling to lose weight could soon be offered scar-free stomach-shrinking surgery on the NHS – as early studies suggest some patients can shed up to 5st in six months after the op and cut their risk of diabetes, heart trouble and stroke. During the 90-minute procedure, instruments inserted via the mouth are used to … Read more Scar-free stitch in the stomach could help patients shed up to FIVE stone