Findings could lead to new antidepressant medications
Player told by police he will face no further action for possessing the images
'Our hope is that he's injured and has been taken to hospital and that he’s going to be OK'
Situation so bad that 11 per cent of mothers returning to work felt forced to leave their job
Tribunal under fire for allowing release of troubled patient from hospital unit to hostel
Exclusive: Document obtained by campaign group shows legislation will be influenced before it reaches European Parliament
'It is unlikely that a single action would be effective in reducing sugar intakes'
The Kennel Club was accused of cruelty after a dog with 'abnormal' back and awkward gait won Best of Breed
'Patients who are older, white or in a more affluent urban area get better access than anyone else'
Previous research claimed this formula can reduce the chance of infants developing the conditions
New report criticises conditions at short-term immigration centres in Kent as lacking in human decency
'Our study suggests that the ageing clock begins ticking even before we are born and enter this world'
It is now highly unlikely anyone will ever be held criminally responsible for the atrocity
The Government makes a priority of children’s mental health, but that is not what one distressed family finds
Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group has announced that it is cutting NHS IVF provision to just one cycle
'The client was made aware that this was our first power station – we’d never done anything like this'