The rise of e-cigarettes does not make smoking more acceptable, says study
Need a little musical motivation to keep your workout on track this month? We are sure you'll find something in here ..
Link between larger friendship circles and pain tolerance may be down to the way the the brain’s endorphin system has evolved, researchers say
Is being sober finally trendy? Juice crawls are just one of many booze-free events in the US catering to millennials who are ditching the hooch in favor of clarity
Researchers discover extent to which DNA determines age of first sex; genetic link also found between risk-taking behaviour and early loss of virginity
Can I get addicted, what are the short- and long-term effects and what can make cannabis harmful? Key questions answered
University of San Diego study adds to weight of research suggesting having a partner significantly improves outcomes for sufferers
A spot of gardening not only gives you a good physical workout but reduces pain and anxiety, too
Ladies rule the gym this month, with females out front on all but three of the month's top tunes.
Once dismissed by many doctors as a psychological illness, new research suggests CFS has its roots in infection – and there is hope of successful treatment
I'll do anything to get a good night's sleep, except go to bed early. I'll take (half) a sleeping pill, I'll drink (almost all of) a bottle of wine. And now I will eat almond butter before bed.
Did you know that dreaming requires more brain activity than any waking function ? Check out this info-graphic from the HW Neurological Institue for more interesting facts ...
We get cooking and healthy frying with Breville’s latest cooker in the Halo+ range. Is it worth having one? Here's what you need to know.
According to The Sunday Times magazine, in 2004 there were seven million people living alone in Britain. That's around four times as many as in 1961. By some estimates, 37% of all British households in 2021 are expected to be made up of people who live alone.
Here in London where people don't flirt and smile at each other in the street lest they inadvertently chat up a terrorist, teeth may well be deemed unnecessary. This may explain the English attitude of 'Nobody sees them, so why spend money?'
You wouldn’t think that fashion designing and banking would mix. The two worlds only seem to meet on on a place like Bond Street, where glistening Louis Vuitton and Prada bags try to lure you in as you walk past shop windows.
I have spent the last 12 weeks 'eating clean, lifting mean', in the style of our cavemen ancestors.
Thy name, temptation, is unhappiness. Unhappiness in its many guises and sorrows. And as we prepare this report in late February, “The Year in Unhappiness” is off to a strong start.
Four brave young lads from Winterflood Securities plan to get their kit off for charity (or at least that's their excuse), and need your help.
After spending five years in the City as a solicitor and travelling extensively for work, the next step was easy for Rena Guseynova - a travel business for what she had been: a time-poor professional.
World Health Organisation invites leader of programme that resulted in 51% drop in conceptions to share lessons
Despite 100 years of medical advancement, old-fashioned infections are creeping back into Britain. Should we be worried?
Efficiency of antibiotics falling as deaths in EU and US hit around 50,000 annually from infections drugs can no longer treat