New mums "are five times more at risk of OCD because they fear harming their child"

New mums 'are five times more at risk of OCD because they fear harming their child'More than one in 10 of those who have recently given birth have symptomsThey include fears of injuring baby, germs, and obsessing over mistakesAffects around three per cent of adults – sufferers include David Beckham By Nick Mcdermott PUBLISHED: 01:25 GMT, 5 March 2013 | UPDATED: 07:52 GMT, 5 March 2013 New mothers are up to five times more likely to have the condition than other women (posed by model) Worries about the responsibilities of motherhood are making women more prone to obsessive compulsive disorder.

Victoria Beckham, Anna Wintour and Diane von Furstenberg put themselves up for auction, in a bid to raise $185k for Sandy relief

Victoria Beckham, Anna Wintour and Diane von Furstenberg put themselves up for auction, in a bid to raise $185k for Sandy relief | UPDATED: 23:48 GMT, 22 November 2012 Victoria Beckham, Anna Wintour and Diane von Furstenberg have put themselves up for auction, in a bid to raise thousands of dollars towards the Sandy relief effort.

Don’t call me babe! The most hated pet names for women revealed (sorry sweetcheeks)

Don”t call me Babe! The most hated pet names for women revealed (sorry sweetcheeks). It has become one of the most common terms of endearment used by couples, but “babe” has been voted the most hated pet name for women.

Could bacteria cause Obsessive Compulsive Disorder?: Mental health group launches study

Could bacteria cause Obsessive Compulsive Disorder symptoms Mental health group investigates possible link Study will look for link between Streptococcus bacteria and OCD | UPDATED: 17:13 GMT, 29 March 2012 David Beckham and Paul Gascoigne are just two of the 1.2 million British people who suffer from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) which leaves those afflicted neurotically obsessed about things such as tidiness or cleanliness.

How "Beckham tape" can help you beat headaches: More than 10 million of us suffer from the pain

How 'Beckham tape' can help you beat headaches: More than 10 million of us suffer from the pain The adhesive support positioned on Eloise's neck Could something as simple as stretchy tape, applied to the back of the neck, really be an effective treatment for severe headaches According to the 2,000 or so British osteopaths advocating the technique, known as Kinesio taping, the answer is a resounding yes.