News Shrien Dewani is accused of killing his bride Anni on their honeymoon in South Africa

Shrien Dewani, who is accused of organising the murder of his wife Anni, has lost a High Court bid to block his extradition to South Africa until he is fit to stand trial.

A new app that detects the emotional content of incoming messages

Trending: The app that tells you what mood your incoming message is in (sad face)

The future. A beep. A disembodied voice: "You have 12 new messages, eight of which may cause you to despair at the uselessness of humanity."

Evidence shows carers are twice as likely to suffer ill health as the general

Britain's army of unpaid carers 'being pushed to breaking point'

New poll of carers reveals 60 per cent are suffering health problems and many are aged 60 or over

Book Of A Lifetime: A Confederacy of Dunces, By John Kennedy Toole

So I had left Istanbul with its colourful chaos and ended up in a place in America where the wind blew hot as a hair dryer, huge thorny cacti greeted newcomers and Spanish was the official language. What was I doing in Tucson, Arizona? Teaching, writing a new novel... The part of me that couldn't settle down, always a nomad, an outsider, East and West, and yet precisely because of that at home everywhere, that stubborn part was holding the reins. It was as if I had taken a plastic globe, given it a real good spin, and randomly put my finger on a spot.

Floral tributes left outside the home of PC David Rathband yesterday

Pc blinded by gunman Raoul Moat found dead

PC David Rathband always insisted he never hated Raoul Moat for blinding him.

Young seek more mental health help

Young people are increasingly seeking help from counsellors for mental health problems alongside anger management, according to new research.

Breast-fed infants 'better behaved'

Breast-fed babies grow into better behaved and more emotionally stable children than those that are bottle fed, a study has shown.

Bomb disposal victim 'overworked'

The widow of a bomb disposal hero who did not have the equipment to detect a new Taliban device which killed him said her husband's team was "undermanned and overworked".

Scientists say 'man flu' is not to be sniffed at

Women laugh about "man flu" but the condition is no myth, scientists have learned.

DVD & Blu-ray: Outnumbered: Series 2 (12), Various directors (210 mins)

This sitcom is a surprise gem. The set-up of mildly stressed out middle-class parents and their three exasperating children is well-worn territory and there are few driving dramatic incidents. Yet therein lies Outnumbered's charm – it takes very ordinary slice-of-life situations and renders them believable and very funny. Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin's script is well-observed, but the key to the show's success is the kids. Allowed to improvise, Daniel Roche, as anarchic monkey Ben, and scene-stealing Ramona Marquez, who plays Karen, come out with some brilliant unscripted lines that prompt snorts of laughter. It sometimes gets too realistic, so the children's shouting may have you reaching for the volume control.

Ruth Spellman: Managers, not businesses, must play a key role in alleviating work-related stress

Feeling stressed out at work? According to the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), your manager is to blame.

Whitehall study links work stress and heart attack risk

High-pressure jobs which cause chronic stress at work can dramatically increase the risk of a heart attack.

Scourge of the greens: Clarkson branded 'a bigoted petrolhead'

He has insisted there is almost certainly no such thing as global warming, threatened to run down cyclists who get in his way and vowed to keep his patio heater lit 24 hours a day, just to annoy Greenpeace. But the environmentalists are no longer prepared to put up with Jeremy Clarkson's car-loving agenda.

Stress is linked to depression

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