Ibuprofen has been linked to an increased risk of heart attack, stroke and damage to the small intestine. Is it time to take paracetamol instead?
Study say planning policy seems designed to 'keep urban unwashed out of the home counties'
Claims that alcohol is only harmful to health if you drink more than 13 units per day are unsubstantiated
Ugh. You know it's time. And you know it will feel great (once it's done).
Marsha: I need to take charge of my life. John: How would you like to try something? Something that’s kind of new?
Recent studies have found that it is not just how long we sleep that can affect our weight, but when we wake up. Should we all be jumping out of bed at dawn?
While some 37,000 people will take to the streets of London this weekend for the race, one man is raising the charity bar to do it in a massive hippo costume with a duck by his side
In a rare jump by a retail executive onto the masthead of a media outlet that covers her industry, Bobbi Brown, the makeup mogul, will take over Yahoo’s beauty section later this month, the company announced on Wednesday.
Lord Coe has warned that 'lazy lifestyles' will reduce the lifespan of our children, after a report found that we are now 24 per cent less active than in 1961. Do you exercise? And if not, why not?
This inspiring letter from 2006 has been making the rounds lately, and it's worth taking a moment to read (whether you've read Slaughterhouse-Five or not).
So, you've been culled. You're out. Let go. The big 'R' - Redundant. What do you do now? Your head's in a spin, panic is on the list of options, and your emotions are going haywire. Have no fear - redundancy is not the end of the world.
Girls Night is important. And a Girls Night with a purpose? Even better. Come laugh with your girlfriends and support Sparks (Sport Aiding Medical Research for Kids), Deutsche Bank's charity of the year - all within walking distance of your City office.
If you are looking for a motivational boost in your workout this month, then let the music move you.
Dear Soul Sister: I'm going to have a baby soon, and my husband and I want to screw him up as little as possible - although we both realise that doing a perfect job is impossible. Got any advice? Thanks, Sarah
Jenny Garrett, author of Rocking Your Role: The 'How To' Guide to Success For Female Breadwinners, shares her tips with HITC Life on how to ROCK at being the main earner.
I returned from my holiday in the sun fully expecting a few days of lovely relaxation and gentle meditation at the Second Annual European Conference on Happiness and its Causes. But what I got was an incredibly compact program, exhaustive and stressful. And great.
A new study claims chocolate can improve cognitive performance – joining research that indicates it can prevent heart attacks and help you lose weight. But dig a little deeper and all is not what it seems …
For most of us, the biggest problem in picking a password isn't finding one no one will ever guess, it's finding one we can remember.
Want to be more efficient, motivated and assertive? Don't bother getting a life coach – just have a baby
Survival rates have also increased over past 40 years, but researchers emphasise that four in 10 cases could have been prevented by lifestyle changes