Could Facebook help predict obesity hotspots? Areas where people "like" TV more than sport are less healthy

Could Facebook help predict obesity hotspots Areas where people 'like' TV more than sport are less healthy People with television-related Facebook 'interests' more likely to be obeseThose related to a healthy lifestyle are less likely to have weight issues People's online ‘interests’ could help predict and map obesity rates by area By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 13:27 GMT, 25 April 2013 | UPDATED: 13:27 GMT, 25 April 2013 Facebook could be a key tool in mapping which geographical areas have the most overweight and obese people.

Getting stressed by small things could be as damaging as eating unhealthily or failing to exercise

Get stressed in traffic jams Be warned – it could be as bad for your health as eating junk food Getting stressed by everyday irritations can cause mental health problems a decade later Researchers warn that the cumulative effect of getting annoyed at small things every day is damaging By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 17:13 GMT, 3 April 2013 | UPDATED: 17:13 GMT, 3 April 2013 Getting irritated about the small things in life is just as bad for your health as eating a poor diet or failing to exercise, a new study suggests.

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.