New mums need more post-natal depression checks to make sure they are bonding with their baby

New mums need more post-natal depression checks to make sure they are bonding with their babyMidwives and health visitors check on new mothers for up to six weeksAfter, they face months without a formal appraisal of how they are coping Child abuse charity The Wave Trust carried out the researchFound babies of depressed mothers likely to be 'aggressive and break law' By Andrew Levy PUBLISHED: 23:56 GMT, 21 March 2013 | UPDATED: 09:38 GMT, 22 March 2013 New mothers should be interviewed three to four months after they give birth to check they are bonding with their babies, according to a Government-commissioned report.

Married women are less likely to suffer depression than cohabiters or singletons

Married women are less likely to suffer depression than cohabiters or singletons Ten per cent of married women suffered from post-natal depression, compared with 20 per cent who cohabited and 35 per cent who were singleWomen who cohabited were also more likely to suffer domestic abuse and/or abuse drugs | UPDATED: 19:10 GMT, 14 December 2012 Pregnant women who had already tied the knot were far less likely to suffer from post-natal depression than those who just lived with their other halves They say your wedding day is supposed to be the happiest of your life.

“Essex Lion” picture revealed as police call off search and admit it’s probably a “large domestic cat”

Here, kitty kitty: Image of “Essex Lion” that sparked massive police hunt is finally revealed as officers call off the search and admit sightings were probably of a “large domestic cat”No sign of predator after extensive police searches 30 police officers, marksmen and two helicopters were involved in searchBut witnesses stand by their claims that they saw a big cat Panicked man running towards family yelled: “It”s a f****** lion!” Family playing backgammon in front room heard very loud roar

Qatar named as the fattest nation on earth where HALF of all adults are obese

Qatar named as the fattest nation on earth where HALF of all adults are obese 17 per cent of the population suffering from diabetes. Qatar, the richest nation on earth, is also the fattest with half of all adults obese and 17 per cent of the population suffering from diabetes.