Women who delay first baby until they"ve established career "more vulnerable to postnatal depression"

Women who delay first baby until they've established career 'more vulnerable to postnatal depression' Older mothers struggle as they 'are more used to being in control' | UPDATED: 12:37 GMT, 20 March 2012 'Feeling like a failure': Ms Haga said older mothers may have higher expectations of themselves Women who wait to have a baby until after they have established their career are more likely to suffer from post-natal depression, scientists say.

Smokers think they"ve quit the habit even if they still light up once or twice a day

Smokers think they've quit the habit even if they still light up once or twice a day Survey reveals 80 per cent of smokers want to quit Social smoker Just one cigarette a day increases your chance of developing coronary heart disease by 30 per cent More than half of smokers who still light up every day believe they have quit, according to a poll.