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Sugar: If We Eat It, It Will Kill Us!

Cinnamon Rolls, Mmmm Luis Solis

"Are we sure about that? Shouldn’t we say, ‘Sugar: If we eat it, it may kill us?’” “And what about how much? Doesn’t it make a huge difference how much we eat?” “Right! If we don’t eat too much, you know, it may not kill us!”

Pregnant women are doing it wrong

Pregnant Belly 3 Benjamin Earwicker

Despite it being possibly the most stressful and demanding time of their lives, many seem to feel that pregnant women aren’t sufficiently panicked about their situation. Luckily, there’s always another study or news story around the corner to further pile on the doubt and worry

Will headphones damage my hearing?


It's often thought that listening to loud music on headphones damages hearing, though evidence is inconclusive. A new survey may give more details, and some vit C might help too


Regent's Park Simon Gurney

How to Drink and Still Stay Thin

In case you live under a rock and failed to notice the masses in the park at the weekend (in addition to the abundance of sunburnt faces on Monday), you may be surprised to learn that the sun is back in London town.

9-5 Outside the City Walls

For the first time in a long time, I am not in a hurry. I no longer sweat when I arrive on the Tube platform, having power walked from my flat.  I no longer set my watch seven minutes ahead so that I am never late, and I no longer demolish people with my eyes as I walk down the street, daring them to get in my way.

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So, You Think You're Fit?

Calling all fitness enthusiasts! Get out your Lycra, lace up your trainers, and head down to the gym, because you’ve got work to do!

Baby Gurhan Yildirim

Childbirth and The Big O

O, no, we're not kidding. Apparently, 1 in 3-0-0 women experience something akin to one during childbirth. That's right. Not during conception, but during delivery.

How to Get Head Hunted

HITC Life's career expert returns with a top recruiter to deliver their collective four cents (which are actually worth more like £400), and start with the basics: It’s not who you know - it’s who knows you.