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
Cardiff government to bring in workplace ban on e-cigarettes alongside national licensing system for acupuncture, body-piercing and tattooing
Go to the gym. Exercise releases endorphins – nature’s mood enhancers – and, with luck, you’ll meet someone new there, which will restore your self-esteem
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
If you're current playlist sounds a little dated, there are plenty of tracks here that will liven it up.
Research co-commissioned by Public Health England calls for a workplace revolution through use of sit-stand desks to avoid risks of a sedentary lifestyle
Who knew sitting on the toilet was bad for you? In her best-selling book Charming Bowels, microbiologist Giulia Enders explains how to go to the loo
Last week’s announcement that a UK company won US approval for device-based treatment of depression is excellent news for taking academic findings into a clinical setting
Children in the UK are the fattest in Europe, risking lifelong health problems. There is a lot parents can do to prevent the problem, starting with the baby in the womb
Start thinking about it now.
Four brave young lads from Winterflood Securities plan to get their kit off for charity (or at least that's their excuse), and need your help.
OK SO this is not the first time an artist has taken drugs, and then done a self-portrait. But perhaps it's the first time it's so conveniently placed on one single website.
I'll admit it: I'm a sucker for a list that give me some insight into how successfully I'm living. This one is called Rules for life after 35. (And now I guess I have to admit I'm over 35.)
Performing resuscitation on the spot on someone who has had a cardiac arrest can be crucial for life or death. And, with many bystanders feeling unable to respond, knowing how to use the simple skills may make all the difference
Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United should have made moves for Sunderland striker Jermain Defoe in the January transfer window, suggests Stan Collymore.
The people over at Best Of You Today have put together this info-graphic listing some of the top cancer killing foods we should be eating as part of a healthy lifestyle.
The way we connect with one another has revolutionised over the past ten years. Technology brands are developing products at an exceptional speed, making the days of going through your friend’s secretary seem thoroughly retro.
It's one thing to be taking advice from Oprah.com. (Sometimes we can't resist.) But when Forbes.com comes out with a list? Then we really should pay attention.
According to the 'getting in bed with gadgets' info-graphic, one in three smartphone owners would rather give up sex than their phones.
Sleep deprivation may cause overeating by boosting chemicals for appetite as well as those that increase the pleasure of eating sweet or salty high-fat foods
A new report says a wide range of household items act as pollutants in our homes. So, how can we improve the quality of the air we breathe?
Study shows that obese people who lost just 5% of their weight saw ‘profound benefits’ through better control of insulin in the liver, fat and muscle tissues