Men without children are "more depressed and sad" than childless women

Men without children are 'more depressed and sad' than childless women Men are almost as likely as women to want children, say British researchersAlso feel more isolated, depressed and angry if they don't have them Main reasons men want children are 'cultural' and due to family pressuresFor women, it is more about personal desire and biological urge By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 23:02 GMT, 2 April 2013 | UPDATED: 23:28 GMT, 2 April 2013 Men without children are more likely to suffer depression about the issue than their female counterparts Men without children are more likely to suffer depression about the issue than their female counterparts.

Too fat for slimming class… woman who was turned away from NHS programme because

The woman who was too fat for slimming class: Grandmother's anger as NHS tells her she need to lose weight to join diet scheme Belinda Clayton applied to weight-loss scheme through her GP but was told she was too heavy to take partLocal PCT said initiative was a pilot scheme and they had restricted entry to those with a BMI of 30 to 35 – Mrs Clayton's measurement was 35.07Mrs Clayton described the decision to exclude her as 'bonkers'She will now pay for Slimming World sessions instead | UPDATED: 15:18 GMT, 1 October 2012 Determined: Belinda Clayton from Binchester, wanted to join the 'weigh-less scheme' after it was recommended by a friend A grandmother-of-two has spoken of her outrage after she was turned down by an NHS weight loss programme because she was ‘too fat’.

Police investigate racist outburst by passenger on a London bus posted on YouTube

‘They all put fat in their lips and their bottoms and sit down on the sun bed to be black’: Police investigate racist rant against white people by passenger on London bus
Middle-aged black woman”s racist rant lasts two-and-a-half minutes”Free speech. I hate white people. I can”t stand none of you”, she said
Film uploaded to YouTube has been watched nearly 7,000 times

Diabetes sufferers "could through bereavement process" after diagnosis

Diabetes sufferers 'go through bereavement process' after diagnosis It can take sufferers up to 18 years to feel 'in control' of condition if they don't receive support | UPDATED: 10:00 GMT, 17 July 2012 Diabetes sufferers have a 'bereavement-style' response to finding out they have the condition, a study suggests.

Kane Wade, 10, chokes to death after ambulance workers can"t find Pennycress Drive on sat nav

Boy, 10, chokes to death on a sweet after ambulance workers can't find his street on sat nav Street is on 2010 Liverpool A-Z but didn't come up on ambulance sat navParents tried to save their son as they waited for ambulance to find themMP says there is a case to answer Kane died after choking on a sweet in front of his terrified family A young boy choked to death on a sweet after an ambulance was delayed because his house could not be found on a computer system.

Boy, 10, chokes to death on a sweet because ambulance workers can"t find his street on sat nav

Boy, 10, chokes to death on a sweet because ambulance workers can't find his street on sat nav Street is on 2010 Liverpool A-Z but didn't come up on ambulance sat navParents tried to save their son as they waited for ambulance to find themMP says there is a case to answer Kane died after choking on a sweet in front of his terrified family A young boy choked to death on a sweet after an ambulance was delayed because his house could not be found on a computer system.

Fiona Phillips: Dementia drugs robbed my father the final weeks of his life

Dementia drugs robbed my father of his laughter, his smile and the final weeks of his life, says Fiona Phillips 'He was like something out of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest'Fiona's father Neville diagnosed just weeks after her mother succumbed to dementia in 2006Two sedatives he was given were addictive and could cause cognitive decline, her research revealed Television presenter Fiona Phillips has claimed a ‘chemical cosh’ of dementia drugs robbed her father of the final weeks of his life.