Breast-feeding in infancy "lowers the risk" of a child suffering from depression in adulthood

Breast-feeding in infancy 'lowers the risk' of a child suffering from depression in adulthoodGerman researchers find that amount of time a person was breast-fed has no bearing on the severity of later depression | UPDATED: 12:57 GMT, 10 September 2012 Adults are less likely to suffer from depression if they were breast-fed as infants, according to scientists.

How Mr Gibbs the dog keeps keeps Alida Knobloch, 3, alive by strapping oxygen tank to his back

The sick little girl given a new leash of life by her dog: How Mr Gibbs keeps Alida, 3, alive by strapping oxygen tank to his backAlida can run and play with dog as he follows her while carrying oxygen She can survive briefly if tubes come loose from tank on golden doodleFamily moved 2,000 miles so she could be with specially-trained animal. A sick little girl is being kept alive thanks to her best friend – a dog who carries her oxygen tank on her back.