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
My return to Sadler’s Wells to see a piece by choreographer Pina Bausch was an occasion that felt both joyous and sad.
They’ve have been blamed for causing everything from Alzheimer’s disease to cancer, and now infertility. Here’s a look back at popular mobile phone health scares gone by …
Kesha, whose attempt to escape a recording contract with Dr Luke was denied in a preliminary hearing, has been offered money by Swift ‘to help with any of her financial needs during this trying time’
Vienna is the world’s best city to live in; Baghdad is the worst, and London, Paris and New York do not even make it into the top 35, according to international research into quality of life.
Data obtained by the Guardian shows more than 22,000 left empty for longer than six months despite chronic housing shortage
Hair saved by German barber following haircut in 1966 – one month after release of Revolver album – is ‘good size with quite a lot of strands’
Amazon just upped its bets on original content, landing a feature film from Woody Allen.
Wit is one of those rare English words whose scintillating but slippery side-effects can thrill or enrage in equal measure.
So, the sky did not fall after all: three years after the rules of the James Bond franchise were mildly rewritten with some personal business, another instalment comes rumbling along, and it’s much like the ones that went before it.
The actor Idris Elba has again downplayed his chances of donning the tuxedo of British super-spy James Bond.
The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl is the black sheep of the Fab Four recordings.
A previously unreleased David Bowie album is set to be released. The Gouster, recorded in 1974, was Bowie’s experiment in soul and funk, which later morphed into Young Americans, released in 1975. It will appear later this year in a box set, Who Can I Be Now? (1974-1976).