Does no one understand you If so, you could be more sensitive to pain Physical and mental pain – such as social rejection – may be processed in the same regions of the brain But people who feel understood and valued are more tolerant to pain By Emily Payne PUBLISHED: 16:51 GMT, 4 January 2013 | UPDATED: 16:53 GMT, 4 January 2013 People who feel they are constantly misunderstood may be more sensitive to pain.
Stop losing sleep over insomnia – it's natural to wake up in the night | UPDATED: 23:12 GMT, 1 October 2012 Only a couple of decades ago, failing to get your prescribed seven to eight hours of uninterrupted sleep was considered merely a red-eyed nuisance.
How a tick bite can turn you vegetarian: They inject a 'venom' that triggers meat allergy A carbohydrate compound injected into the bloodstream by the bite is also present in meat | UPDATED: 15:11 GMT, 25 July 2012 Meat-free menu A handful of tick-bite cases in the U.S have triggered food allergies A steak may never seem as appetising again after a tick bite, warn researchers.
Crazed beaver attacks two girls swimming in lake leaving them with serious injuries Sisters, 8 and 11, scratched and bitten on legs Beaver later shot dead by their uncle Fears animal could have been rabid.
How different can one man look Hilarious portraits of photographer that are a lesson in bad taste . It”s tricky to make an impression in the noisy world of photography but one snapper has found a way to cut through the clutter, foregoing his dignity in the process.
Being a 'helicopter mother' could land you with depression: Parents whose lives revolve around their children damage their health | UPDATED: 00:54 GMT, 7 July 2012 Parenthood is supposed to be one of life’s most fulfilling experiences.
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Mars slims down: Manufacturers to stop selling bars with more than 250 calories in themNew lower calorie limit will apply worldwide by 2014 Fans of bumper chocolate bars beware – confectionery giant Mars Inc.
'We thought our son needed glasses – then doctors revealed he had 'Lorenzo's Oil' terminal brain condition McCauley, 6, has lost his eyesight and is now struggling to walk When young McCauley Riley kept tripping up, his parents assumed he was short-sighted and needed glasses.
In 2012, don’t sell unless you really must Neither Halifax nor Nationwide is expecting much to change with house prices this year, although Rightmove predicts a two per cent rise and top-end agent Knight Frank predicts a five per cent fall. For most homeowners, however, the rule is: If you don’t have to sell, then don’t.