Men without children are 'more depressed and sad' than childless women Men are almost as likely as women to want children, say British researchersAlso feel more isolated, depressed and angry if they don't have them Main reasons men want children are 'cultural' and due to family pressuresFor women, it is more about personal desire and biological urge By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 23:02 GMT, 2 April 2013 | UPDATED: 23:28 GMT, 2 April 2013 Men without children are more likely to suffer depression about the issue than their female counterparts Men without children are more likely to suffer depression about the issue than their female counterparts.
Yet another good reason to tuck into that salad: Eating tomatoes could ward off depression Eating tomatoes just a few times a week could halve a person’s chances of suffering the bluesContain antioxidant chemicals thought to protect against some diseasesBut other fruits and vegetables do not have the same benefits, the Chinese study found | UPDATED: 18:21 GMT, 4 December 2012 The humble tomato could play a crucial role in warding off depression, according to a new study.
Dark Knight gunman “forced to wear a face guard in prison after spitting at officers” Gunman”s mother admits she feared he was disturbed for yearsSources: Police placed evidence bags on James Holmes” hands after his arrest and he pretended they were puppetsGunman had previously received $26,000 federal education grant Jail workers said he was not on medication during court appearanceVictim set to launch first lawsuit against movie theater, Holmes” doctors and Warner Brothers for not preventing horrific attack
Depression rates fall among silver surfers as research shows internet use could beat the blues in the over-50s | UPDATED: 21:19 GMT, 14 July 2012 Internet use has been blamed for mental health problems and social isolation among young people – but new research suggests that ‘silver surfers’ are less likely to suffer depression.
Queue here to conquer Everest: Chilling photo shows bottleneck on Mount Everest as dozens of climbers try to reach summit on weekend when four died
British woman who contracted rabies after being bitten by dog during Asian holiday dies of disease | UPDATED: 06:30 GMT, 25 May 2012 Fatal: The woman who died was being treated at London's Hospital for Tropical Diseases (pictured) A spokesman for the hospital said: ‘We regret to announce that a patient being treated for rabies by the Hospital for Tropical Diseases and colleagues at University College Hospital died over the weekend.
Teenagers admit going too far sexually while drunk, leading to pregnancies and spread of diseases Alcohol is fuelling an epidemic of ‘risky sex’ among teenagers, senior doctors warned yesterday. Many youngsters admit going ‘further than intended’ while drunk, according to the Royal College of Physicians. In a report, the college said excessive drinking and sex was a ‘cocktail’ for teenage pregnancies and infections
Childhood cancer costs “forcing parents into debt” Additional costs include unpaid leave from work, travel fares and care for siblings Two thirds of parents of children with cancer are being forced to borrow money to cover costs while their youngster has treatment, according to research. A survey for the charity CLIC Sargent found families struggle to meet the extra expense of accommodation, childcare, food and travel.