Radon is a radioactive gas that causes 1,100 deaths a year in the UK, yet it’s largely unknown. How do you know if it’s in your home – and what can you do if it is?
Ukactive says lack of exercise, believed to cause 37,000 deaths a year, could be remedied with help of personal trainers across public sector
Find some new inspiration to keep you motivated through the colder months.
How often should you brush your teeth? What kind of toothpaste should you use? And is mouthwash a good idea?
Thames Valley force launches video featuring stick figures and cups of tea to highlight that consent is a simple concept
UN health body says bacon, sausages and ham among most carcinogenic substances along with cigarettes, alcohol, asbestos and arsenic
Health authority urges people to reduce alcohol intake, stop smoking and eat more healthily when they hit 40 to avoid ill-health in later life
People who took capsules containing Bifidobacterium longum 1714 reported less stress and fared better on memory tests, study finds
Not every month produces a mix so perfectly varied for a workout as this month.
A new study has found that those consuming the same calories and doing the same exercise were heavier in 2006 than in 1988 – another reason for millennials to resent their parents
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
Tom Butler-Bowdon's new book, Never Too Late To Be Great: The Power of Thinking Long, has just been released on Virgin Books. In the following article, he tells us about the power of thinking long-term.
The most consistently striking aspect of this year's top workout songs is their consistently slower tempos...
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.
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?
Columbia University research indicates high-flavanol cocoa rejuvenates specific brain activity through increased blood flow
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.
With party season almost upon us, here are this months top 10 workout tunes to help get you get dance floor fit!
Stories that suggest alcohol can make you a better lover are very popular, but what’s the evidence behind them?
The other day, I said "Bless you" to my sneezing child, who is being raised speaking German and English. And I suddenly thought: I was raised in my English-speaking household saying 'Gesundheit'. Why on earth, especially now, was I now saying 'Bless you'?
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
The sugar tax was a start – but on its own won’t beat the obesity timebomb. Tough action must be taken to show fat, salt and sugar are killers, like cigarettes