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.

Hospital chief executive steps down after investigation is launched into patient deaths

Hospital chief executive steps down after investigation is launched into patient death rates Major investigation underway at Royal Bolton Hospital, ManchesterFour times as many cases of blood poisoning were recorded than would normally be expected at the hospital in a yearRaised fears over whether some patients may have been recorded as dying from septicaemia when they also had other serious conditions Jackie Bene, acting chief executive of Bolton NHS Foundation Trust and the person in charge of recording the information, has 'stepped aside' Robert Francis renews call for a NHS culture change starting today , although a similar-sized trust would expect to have just 200.

Hospital chief executive "steps down" amid concerns over patient death rates

Hospital chief executive 'steps down' amid concerns over patient death rates Major investigation underway at Royal Bolton Hospital, ManchesterFour times as many cases of blood poisoning were recorded than would normally be expected at the hospital in a yearRaised fears over whether some patients may have been recorded as dying from septicaemia when they also had other serious conditions Jackie Bene, acting chief executive of Bolton NHS Foundation Trust and the person in charge of recording the information, has 'stepped aside' Robert Francis renews call for a NHS culture change starting today He said: 'Wrong that hospital security and cab drivers face more regulations than worker 'cleaning the bottom of your grandmother' , although a similar-sized trust would expect to have just 200.

Food shortages could turn the world vegetarian by 2050, warn leading scientists

Food shortages could turn most of the world vegetarian by 2050, warn leading scientists Fresh warning claims spiraling population will mean major meat shortagesClaim there will not be enough water to produce crops by 2050 based on current diets. The world may have to become almost entirely vegetarian, leading scientists have warned.

Drink that could ease IBS misery for millions: 2 stomach treatment available on shelves near you

2 drink that could ease IBS misery for millions available over the counter | UPDATED: 09:03 GMT, 28 May 2012 The 2 Symprove drink could provide relief for millions of IBS sufferers British doctors are claiming a major breakthrough in treating a stomach condition which causes misery for millions.

Children of mothers over 40 "are healthier and more intelligent"

Children of mothers over 40 'are healthier and more intelligent and less likely to have accidents' | UPDATED: 00:26 GMT, 22 May 2012 They might be harder to catch – and no doubt leave their mothers more exhausted – but children born to mums over 40 are healthier and brighter than those of younger women.

Breast cancer in young women is so aggressive it should be treated as a completely separate disease

Breast cancer in young women is so aggressive it should be treated as 'a completely separate disease' | UPDATED: 12:33 GMT, 4 May 2012 Kylie Minogue after recovering from breast cancer in 2006: Particular genes are significantly associated with breast cancer in pre-menopausal women Breast cancer in young women is so aggressive it should be treated as a completely separate disease, according to new research.

Overweight women are more likely to relapse and die from breast cancer

Overweight women 'are more likely to relapse and die from breast cancer' | UPDATED: 13:56 GMT, 23 March 2012 Risk factor: Carrying extra weight increases the chances of breast cancer returning, according to new research Women who are overweight or obese when diagnosed with breast cancer are more likely to suffer relapse and die from the disease than lean women, say researchers.