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
New study could explain why people suffering from PTSD and other psychological disorders can have difficulty forming everyday memories
Our surroundings have an incredible impact on how we feel, and clutter can make us feel depressed – so spring cleaning doesn’t just look good, it feels good
One in five Brits believe they have a serious allergy – but most of them are wrong. So how do you find out if you are really in danger?
A new study claims chocolate can improve cognitive performance – joining research that indicates it can prevent heart attacks and help you lose weight. But dig a little deeper and all is not what it seems …
Young adults with a high body-mass index perform worse on memory tests than those who are leaner
The allure of this month's list is that it emphasizes catchy, rhythmic-driven tunes that will give your routine an immediate boost.
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
We get cooking and healthy frying with Breville’s latest cooker in the Halo+ range. Is it worth having one? Here's what you need to know.
Nothing beats a deep, hot bath rich with scented oil – turn down the lights and add some music for the full spa experience
From claims that fasting makes you thin and feeds the brain to the suggestion that it can even reboot the immune system, Amy Fleming looks at the scientific evidence for restricted eating
I am finally counting down my last two weeks of the last 12 years of my life in the financial services. Being on an extended six-month notice period has its pros and cons.
The days of school are long gone, but uniforms are still very much the standard in the City. I ran out of the Tube and stopped around the corner. I pulled out my compact for a final inspection: grey pinstripe suit, white blouse, silver studs and as minimal make-up as I could bear to wear in public.
I am on vacation on paradise island. It is incredible here. And just like any other visit to an exotic place, after a few days, I never want to leave. I want to live here. Grow my own mango trees. Keep some chickens and be happy for the rest of my life.
It’s the start of a new year! This is going to be the year you kick ass now and take names later, right? This is going to be the year that beats all other years. With a blindfold on and one hand tied behind your back, yes?
Heavens no, I don't mean the sand from your last jaunt to Spain. (Although the seashells from your trip to Florida's Gulf Coast look nice in that jar on your bookshelf.) I'm talking about palm trees. Inside your house.
Girls Night is important. And a Girls Night with a purpose? Even better. Come laugh with your girlfriends and support Sparks (Sport Aiding Medical Research for Kids), Deutsche Bank's charity of the year - all within walking distance of your City office.
Driving home for Christmas. And it seems we can put little ol´ Chris Rea on repeat here as the roads are clogged with snow.
Certain psychedelics, including psilocybin, may be useful for treating depression. Could they be a game-changing breakthrough for psychiatry?
The rise of e-cigarettes does not make smoking more acceptable, says study
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