Money worries are causing millions of us to pile on the pounds by comfort eating Financial problems are causing three quarters of people to ignore diet advice and turn to comfort eating80% of us are choosing cheap food over healthy By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 09:14 GMT, 18 April 2013 | UPDATED: 09:14 GMT, 18 April 2013 Money worries are causing millions of cash-strapped Britons to pile on the pounds, according to a new report.
Babies delivered by Caesarean section at higher risk of asthma and allergies Researchers found significant differences in the gut bacteria found in infants born surgically and naturallyExclusively bottle-fed babies also had significant differences in their gut bacteria Previous research found children born surgically are at double the risk of obesity in childhood By Jenny Hope PUBLISHED: 17:37 GMT, 11 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:43 GMT, 11 February 2013 Babies delivered by Caesarean miss out on protective bugs that could help prevent a host of disorders in childhood and later life, warn researchers.
Rise of the FBIs (that's fat, bald and impotent men): Three-in-one sales of treatments soar as embarrassed blokes flock online Online chemist says men are increasingly buying treatments for all three ailments in one order, with sales up 40 per cent on the previous yearBiggest demand was in London and South East, followed by the MidlandsExperts say stress could be to blame for all three conditionsBut privacy of buying online is also thought to have fuelled demand sales figures by Chemist Direct found there was a 40 per cent rise in such orders from customers across the UK, compared to the previous year.
Boy, five, with irrational fear of eating enjoys first-ever meal after undergoing pioneering treatment Daniel associated painful acid reflux with eating so was fed via a stomach tubeHe can now eat and drink after receiving private treatment at University Hospital in Graz, Austria | UPDATED: 15:36 GMT, 6 September 2012 A young boy who has never eaten anything in his life has miraculously managed his first meal.
Two thirds 'hit the bottle' to relax after a stressful day at work 60 per cent blamed work for their stress levels while half blamed financial worries | UPDATED: 08:46 GMT, 6 July 2012 Most adults admit they turn to alcohol to help them cope after a stressful day, according to new research.
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Dementia denial: Two out of three older people are worried… but most don’t want to know more'We need to stop worrying and start understanding dementia,' says charity spokesmanCarers are 'amazing source of inspiration' says actress Carey Mulligan, whose grandmother has Alzheimer's By Jenny Hope PUBLISHED: 07:10 GMT, 21 May 2012 | UPDATED: 08:50 GMT, 21 May 2012 Two out of three older people are worried about dementia – but most don’t want to know any more about it, says a new survey.
Older mothers at 'greater risk of depression' due to worrying about themselves and the health of their babies Anxiety about their own health and that of their babies could leave older mothers open to depression, research suggests.