A quarter of people with HIV have no idea they"re infected – and are unwittingly passing it on

A quarter of people with HIV have no idea they're infected – and are unwittingly passing it on These people are responsible for passing on up to 75 per cent of new cases, a leading expert claims Straight men are the least likely to be testedMany people embarrassed to admit they have condition, preventing them from getting appropriate treament By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 00:22 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:05 GMT, 14 February 2013 A quarter of people who are HIV positive have no idea they are infected – and pass on up to 75 per cent of new cases, research shows.

People struggling to pay loans are "three times more likely to have mental health problems"

The true cost of debt: People struggling to pay loans are 'three times more likely to have mental health problems'People with debt problems find stress and anxiety spills over into other areas of their livesMore severe mental health effects are found among people who are late with housing or rent paymentsIn parts of the country where bankruptcy and repossession are more common, the impact of debt on people’s mental health is less severe | UPDATED: 09:07 GMT, 13 September 2012 Hard-up people struggling to pay their debts are more than twice as likely to have mental health problems or suffer with severe anxiety, according to a study.

Rebecca Front: The Thick Of It actress talks about her panic attacks

How I learned not to panic in the thick of it: Comedy actress Rebecca Front on conquering anxiety | UPDATED: 21:00 GMT, 18 August 2012 Back in control: Rebecca at her London home Last February, actress Rebecca Front, the BAFTA-winning star of Grandma’s House, The Thick Of It and Nighty Night, accidentally unleashed something very unBritish.

Simpson"s actor Harry Shearer reveals secrets of coping with "wife"s severe depression"

How I learned to love the She Wolf: Simpson's actor Harry Shearer reveals the secrets of coping with 'his wife's severe depression' | UPDATED: 11:22 GMT, 29 April 2012 Some of the world’s most famous comics have harboured a melancholic streak, from Peter Sellers to Tony Hancock.