Ditch perfectionism, be clear about what you want and take a bigger risk next year – try these five ways to cultivate success
Sedative effects of night milk have not been tested on people but the high amounts of tryptophan and melatonin suggest it may be healthier than Ambien
A study this month showed that sleeping more at weekends could raise the risk of diabetes and heart disease. So, should you really get up on a Sunday?
Placebos can work – evidently some people are desperate to believe
Step up your pre Christmas workout with these 10 new tunes.
Temperatures could drop to between 3-7C in the day by the weekend, in contrast to daily maximums of 3.8C above average in first half of month
Stories that suggest alcohol can make you a better lover are very popular, but what’s the evidence behind them?
Take zinc? Keep away from kids? Here’s a no-nonsense guide to avoiding colds this winter
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
Forget tablets to get rid of the wriggly creatures. Some scientists believe eating them may be key to curing auto-immune diseases
Stuck for an appropriately peculiar Valentine's Day card for your someone special? If so, you need to see the Lazy Oaf.
Could sudoku, drugs and a Mediterranean diet help keep our brains fit? What can the latest neuroscience research tell us?
New study could explain why people suffering from PTSD and other psychological disorders can have difficulty forming everyday memories
The slow week in between Christmas and New Year's is the perfect time in which time in which to indulge your fantasies of home.
I've been to a few s.x shops around the world, and the word 'nice' isn't one I'd give many (except Good Vibrations in San Francisco). Lucky London's got a really nice one, but men, you must be accompanied by a woman.
Link between larger friendship circles and pain tolerance may be down to the way the the brain’s endorphin system has evolved, researchers say
World Health Organisation invites leader of programme that resulted in 51% drop in conceptions to share lessons
Need an instant boost for your summer workout sessions? Here are the month's top tunes ...
I'm turning my unused living room into a dining room, and can't get a night at Julie's Restaurant on Portland Road out of my mind.
Can I get addicted, what are the short- and long-term effects and what can make cannabis harmful? Key questions answered
University of San Diego study adds to weight of research suggesting having a partner significantly improves outcomes for sufferers
A spot of gardening not only gives you a good physical workout but reduces pain and anxiety, too