Looking for some inspiration to get you back on track at the gym after over indulging this Christmas? Then here are 10 of the most motivational workout tunes from 2014 ...
Harvard researchers say light-emitting ebooks negatively affect our sleep and lead to next-day grogginess
Does your family fight every Christmas? It doesn’t have to be that way …
With online health advice ranging from the helpful to the hysterical, where should you turn when illness strikes? Health experts share the websites they recommend
Scientists also assert that weak magnetic fields from power lines are unlikely to have negative effects
This months top 10 tunes that will push you through to Christmas.
You can burn Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s smudging sticks in your home to rid it of negative energy – and your wallet of cash
Constantly looking down at an angle places enormous strain on the spine and can result in permanent harm, according to a new report
Having a double dose of a gene that boosts levels of serotonin appears to increase students’ chances of romance
Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle blog, Goop, recently ran an article about fascia fitness, which she claims will make your legs longer. Is there any truth to it? We asked an expert
Air fresheners and cleaning products release chemicals that are harmful in enclosed spaces. But houseplants could help cut the risks
As summer gives way to autumn, let the played out songs in your gym mix give way to some current alternatives.
Hers is some musical inspiration to help you cling on to those New Year's fitness resolutions.
I’d been on a great first date with a guy I met on clicktonight.com and I was eagerly awaiting a call from him to arrange round two. My mobile started ringing as I arrived home at 1am after a Saturday night out...
It's that time of year again when resolutions are made and the guilt of over eating during the festive season forces us back into the gym with renewed enthusiasm.
When my last day of gainful employment was looming large, the Boy pronounced that people who are not working tend to spend more money than people who are employed. They have more free time on their hands and have to occupy themselves, and in turn, spend more money doing that.
Following reports that too much sunscreen led to one little girl being at risk of rickets, it seems we are confused about Vitamin D – which is needed for healthy bones because it helps to absorb calcium from the digestive system.
The Free2Work app will help you avoid purchasing from companies that use forced or child labour.
It’s the start of a new year! This is going to be the year you kick ass now and take names later, right? This is going to be the year that beats all other years. With a blindfold on and one hand tied behind your back, yes?
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Ditch perfectionism, be clear about what you want and take a bigger risk next year – try these five ways to cultivate success
Sedative effects of night milk have not been tested on people but the high amounts of tryptophan and melatonin suggest it may be healthier than Ambien
A study this month showed that sleeping more at weekends could raise the risk of diabetes and heart disease. So, should you really get up on a Sunday?