Babies who hear their parents arguing are more sensitive to stress – even when they"re asleep

Babies who hear their parents arguing are more sensitive to stress – even when they're asleep In order to develop, babies' brains are malleable – but this also makes them vulnerable to extreme stressBabies from 'high-conflict' homes respond more to angry tones than those from low-conflict homesThe response is in the area of the brain linked to stress By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 16:54 GMT, 26 March 2013 | UPDATED: 16:54 GMT, 26 March 2013 Babies who hear their parents arguing are more sensitive to stress, new research has found.

Good news for women (better news for men!) Scientists claim PMS may be easily treatable

Relief at last from monthly misery: Scientists claim PMS may be easily treatableEight per cent of women are affected by premenstrual syndrome Irascible Women who suffer from PMS may soon be able to tackle their mood swings after scientist made a breakthrough in their understanding of a key hormone Women who battle monthly mood swings, irritability and insomnia as a result of PMS could soon find relief after researchers claimed it may be easily treatable. Research in to premenstrual syndrome – which affects up to eight per cent of women – showed the affliction was due to a hormone that occurs naturally in the body. Women suffer the physical and emotional symptoms of PMS depending on their sensitivity to the hormone, allopregnanolone