Scientists say ailments linked to jet lag and nightshift work may have their roots in disruption of gene activity
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It's advisable to have an eye test every two years. It doesn't only assess your vision. It can also detect health problems such as diabetes and high blood pressure
I have spent the last 12 weeks 'eating clean, lifting mean', in the style of our cavemen ancestors.
From blueberries to nuts and whole grains, antioxidant-rich miracle foods were, we were told a decade ago, the key to combating stress, disease and infection. But, inevitably perhaps, experts' opinions have now shifted to a more complex view
The Body Mass Index (BMI) has lots of critics, but is still widely used by dieters and health care providers; discovered in 1832 this ratio was supposed to be part of the most objective analysis of human society and behaviour possible.
Trade in illegal, ineffective drugs flourishes as pharmaceutical industry repeatedly fails to produce successful pill
This is how to conquer your cravings in 11 easy steps – even if you really, really fancy a Mars bar
People who had caffeine after looking at images apparently better at distinguishing them from similar ones the next day
If you're looking for a few tunes to jump start the new year, and possibly a new you, then the list below provides 10 great places to start.
If there's one thing we all need more of in 2009, it's Zen in our lives. Let reader-writer MonkInTheCity help. And Peter Haines? He'll remind you of what's good in the world. Sport.
Step up your pre Christmas workout with these 10 new tunes.
Thinking of asking the internet if your head cold might be a brain tumour? Use specialist sites, keep the details specific and consider asking human beings, too
From Proust to the latest neuroscience, the psychologist and novelist rounds up the best reading on the 'slippery charms' of an essential faculty
When first looking at London on a smaller bonus, it was driven by considerations what could happen if - against all odds - bonuses weren't up 20%+ like in the years before. Several billions of asset write-offs later, the credit (and equity) markets are still ludicrously crunchy.
Ditch perfectionism, be clear about what you want and take a bigger risk next year – try these five ways to cultivate success
Resolution season ishere, and running is one of the preferred exercises to improve your fitness in 2013.
Scientists also assert that weak magnetic fields from power lines are unlikely to have negative effects
A soon-to-be-made partner is writing the speech for his team celebratory drinks...
When Morgan Stanley credit derivatives documentations analyst Rosa Estevez says she's going to give away £1000, our ears perk right up. Is there a catch? Well, always.
Cardiff government to bring in workplace ban on e-cigarettes alongside national licensing system for acupuncture, body-piercing and tattooing
The pattern of British illness has changed out of all recognition over the past few generations as new diseases have replaced killer infections, and new treatments and knowledge help keep us from death’s door for longer
Scientists use questions on smoking, how briskly you walk and how many cars you own to find your risk of death