The funeral of a family doctor from Lincoln who drowned on holiday in Tenerife has taken place today.
Doctor Barathi Ravikumar, who was a partner at South Park and The Heath Surgeries, in Bracebridge Heath, died after getting into difficulties at the Playa Paraiso resort as she went to rescue children who'd been swept into the sea.
Her relative Uma Ramalingam, a consultant obstetrician, also drowned.
The Huddersfield MP Barry Sheerman has called for patients to pay a deposit when making an appointment with their GP. If they don't turn up, they will lose their money. Mr Sheerman says this would help reduce the number of missed appointments.
Aspirin is being over-prescribed to treat a common heart condition - according to a Leeds GP. In a new report Dr Mark Davis says patients with atrial fibrillation are at risk of stroke by taking the drug - and should be prescribed other treatments instead.
Figures show over 64 thousand people in Leeds alone suffer with AF, with over 98 thousand stroke cases reported. Nearly 15 thousand strokes were a result of atrial fibrillation, costing over 175 million pounds.