Sleepless nights caused by crying babies ends one in three marriages, research claims

Sleepless nights caused by crying babies ends one in three marriages, research claims Survey of 2,000 parents found on average they get six hours sleep a night 30 per cent of those who had split up blamed sleepless nights caused by children By Sophie Borland PUBLISHED: 15:04 GMT, 17 March 2013 | UPDATED: 15:06 GMT, 17 March 2013 Research claims sleepless nights caused by a crying baby is the prime reason for as many as one in three divorces or separations.

While you were sleeping: The baby sock that monitors your child"s breathing, giving anxious parents peace of mind

While you were sleeping: The baby sock that monitors your child's breathing, giving anxious parents peace of mindIt works by strapping around an infant’s foot and measuring heart rate and blood-oxygen levelsScientists hope the device could help cut the number of cases of Sudden Infant Death Syndromes – or cot deaths | UPDATED: 14:04 GMT, 29 November 2012 Most new parents have spent sleepless nights, worrying whether their child is breathing properly while tucked up in their cots.

Britain’s dinkiest dog’s owner reveals pup’s battle to survive

“I worried I would give her too much milk and drown her”: Owner of Britain”s dinkiest dog reveals how she brought her fragile pup back from the brink. At first glance, the furry brown creature curled up inside a porcelain tea-cup looks like a sleeping dormouse, with tiny button-like ears, fingernail-sized paws and miniature eyes squeezed tightly shut.

That is something to lose sleep over: How millions of Britons suffer insomnia every year

That is something to lose sleep over: How millions of Britons are affected by acute insomnia – but experts say they don't know why Full extent of problems of acute insomnia revealedExperts hope this will help them find ways to stop it developing into chronic insomniaInitial triggers, however, are still unclear | UPDATED: 15:33 GMT, 24 August 2012 Almost one in ten adults in the UK suffer from acute insomnia, research suggests – far more than previously thought.

Dad"s got a baby bump: British men put on one and a half stone after having a child

Dad's got a baby bump: British men put on one and a half stone after having a childLack of time to exercise, an increase in the number of takeaways and endless sleepless nights are to blame | UPDATED: 04:35 GMT, 15 June 2012 British men are putting on an average of one and a half stone after having a child, recent research has found Experts believe a lack of time to exercise, an increase in the number of takeaways and endless sleepless nights are to blame for the growing problem.