It's official: Women ARE grumpier than men in the morningsWomen are more angry and hostile if they get insufficient sleep, say North Carolina scientistsSleep deprivation also increases women's risk of heart disease, stroke and depression But a man's health is barely affected by lack of sleep By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 17:15 GMT, 12 March 2013 | UPDATED: 23:30 GMT, 12 March 2013 If the woman in your life woke up grumpy this morning, don’t be too hard on her.
Doctors warn travellers of vaccine shortage for deadly typhoid fever Shortage follows a recall by one pharmaceutical company of 88 per cent of its typhoid vaccine stock in OctoberTyphoid fever occurs mostly in developing countries in areas with poor sanitationProves fatal in up to 30 per cent of cases if left untreated | UPDATED: 11:55 GMT, 26 December 2012 Holidaymakers escaping the British winter to exotic climes may struggle to get immunised against typhoid, doctors have warned.
Pregnant wife inspires engineer to build affordable, hand-held baby scanner that could save thousands of lives Sonar expert Jeff Neasham used cheap components to make a hand-held scanner which can plug into a laptopPictures of the unborn child can then be viewed on the computer's screenDevice could be manufactured for 30 to 40 compared to the ultrasound machines in hospitals which cost betweem 20,000 to 100,000 | UPDATED: 09:52 GMT, 14 September 2012 A mother-to-be inspired her electronic engineer husband to devise a new low-cost baby scanner which could save hundreds of thousands of lives.
Could free school milk make Britain cleverer | UPDATED: 21:54 GMT, 4 August 2012 Experts are calling for the return of free school milk to combat brain development problems, infertility and even cancer.
Women’s eyesight could be suffering because they hold books too closely | UPDATED: 08:46 GMT, 25 June 2012 If you’re a woman who always has her nose in a book don’t hold it so close – it could weaken your eyesight.
Zinc supplements 'can triple the survival chances of young children with pneumonia' A study found that taking zinc had a dramatic effect on death rates in children with pneumonia even though it did not shorten the time they took to recover Zinc supplements can triple the survival chances of young children with pneumonia who are deficient in the mineral, a study has found.