Six weeks ago, one of my friends told me she was “gearing up to do The Whole 30.” My sugar addiction and I trembled in fear, because we knew it had to end for us, too.
Forget tablets to get rid of the wriggly creatures. Some scientists believe eating them may be key to curing auto-immune diseases
A new study shows that antiperspirants can kill off good bacteria in your armpit – but the truth is, we don’t need to can them quite yet
Hers is some musical inspiration to help you cling on to those New Year's fitness resolutions.
Researchers scoured 50 houses and found they were inhabited by 579 types of arthropods in study thought to be first of its kind
Air fresheners and cleaning products release chemicals that are harmful in enclosed spaces. But houseplants could help cut the risks
If your New Year's resolution involves getting (or staying) in shape, this month's top 10 is sure to help keep you on track.
Public health campaign urging parents to cut down sugar intake of children says annual 22kg comes mainly from soft drinks, cakes, cereals and juice
Veganuary campaign expects 50,000 people to join the likes of Vivienne Westwood, Romesh Ranganathan and Sara Pascoe for a month free of animal products
Why do resolutions always seem to add more to our lives? Start this year by cutting back on unhealthy areas of focus – and put that time and energy into a manageable list of things you want to accomplish in 2016
Efficiency of antibiotics falling as deaths in EU and US hit around 50,000 annually from infections drugs can no longer treat
Some houses can be susceptible to a buildup of formaldehyde created by cleaning products. Which other everyday items can leave a harmful chemical trail?
Have you ever had the sneaking suspicion that your employer thinks you're a bad employee?
This Valentine’s day (or any other day) make sure you don’t forget to express your love. Love is food for the soul; it nourishes the body, mind and spirit. So dish up a dinner rich in nutritious and health-boosting vitamins - including plenty of Vitamin 'L'.
Ladies rule the gym this month, with females out front on all but three of the month's top tunes.
Need a little musical motivation to keep your workout on track this month? We are sure you'll find something in here ..
Once upon a time in a land far away (Germany), a woman who knew how to make pillows and duvets moved to the UK. Many years later (35) in a much closer place (London), her grandson quit his job in the City, rediscovered the family art, and called it Goose.
Constantly looking down at an angle places enormous strain on the spine and can result in permanent harm, according to a new report
Thames Valley force launches video featuring stick figures and cups of tea to highlight that consent is a simple concept
It’s been a marvellous experience in social sciences, really. From the agony of writing the profile, to the messaging, and of course the dates. I’ve met some nice people, even though it’s unlikely I’ll meet any of them again. And there were the others...
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