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.

Cruel couple bought their children a pony and kept it in tiny shed in the rubbish-strewn backyard of their terraced town centre home

Cruel couple bought their children a pony and kept it in tiny shed in the rubbish-strewn backyard of their terraced town centre homeLisa and Wayne Badger bought Diddy the pony for their two children Kept him in cramped shed with no natural light and fed it on vegetablesBanned from owning animals for ten years and fined £1,150

Decline in quality of life of Parkinson"s sufferers starts "years before diagnosis"

Decline in quality of life of Parkinson's sufferers starts 'years before diagnosis' Scientists observe decline in physical function in Parkinson’s patients three years prior to diagnosis in men and 7.5 years prior to diagnosis in women By Graham Smith PUBLISHED: 12:35 GMT, 3 July 2012 | UPDATED: 12:35 GMT, 3 July 2012 People with Parkinson’s disease suffer a decline in their quality of life years before they are diagnosed, it is claimed.