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.
Wealthy Indian spends 14,000 on a shirt made of GOLD to impress the ladies (and if nothing else it means less ironing for them!) Shirt took a team of 15 goldsmiths two weeks to construct Has matching cuffs and a set of rings crafted from left-over gold.It is often said that money can”t buy love.
Panel rules MMR jab made girl deaf – but not enough for payout | UPDATED: 22:09 GMT, 18 August 2012 Loss of hearing: Katie Stephen was left deaf by an MMR jab A woman has won her fight to prove she was left deaf by the MMR jab – only the second time it has been linked to disability.
Head girl, 17, died weighing just six stone after trying to hide four-year battle with anorexia from her parents | UPDATED: 21:42 GMT, 19 April 2012 Struggle: Schoolgirl Charlotte Seddon, who struggled with anorexia for four years, pictured in 2011 A former head girl died aged 17 after struggling with anorexia for four years.
Protective instinct: Women less likely to take risks around babies (even if it's not theirs) In contrast, men don't alter their risk-taking behaviour around youngsters | UPDATED: 12:16 GMT, 18 April 2012 The maternal instinct is one of the most powerful in nature – now scientists have found it applies to women even if they don't have children.
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New IVF method gives 40% more chance of success: Lab mimics conditions in the womb Delicate work: Fertility experts have increased the odds of a woman getting pregnant through IVF by as much as 40 per cent Doctors have dramatically increased the success of IVF by creating laboratories which mimic conditions found inside the womb.