Health and Fitness
Brits grin and bear medical problems for a year before getting checked out by their doctor, it has been revealed.
Britain’s women burn almost 15,000 calories every year shopping, walking an average of 180 miles, that’s the same as seven marathons, according to Walls Ice Cream, as it launches the 94 calorie Solero Exotic.
Mizuno has released the Wave Enigma 3, a neutral shoe that provides a powerful cushioning to weight ratio.
PB Sport is encouraging young people to get involved in sport by becoming the autumn term 2013 prize sponsor for the Sainsbury’s School Games Reward and Recognition Scheme.
Lemongrass tea may be a relatively unknown drink in the UK, but it has a long history of use in parts of Asia, where it is not only drunk for its great taste, but also to aid relaxation.
With children as young as five expressing concerns about the way they look, parents, schools and policy makers must work together to improve children’s body image issues, says counselling psychologist Dr Linda Papadopoulos
The average woman’s weight fluctuates by 1.6 stones during her lifetime – but she always looks her best in the summer, it has been revealed.
As highlighted in a new paper, published this month, around 70% of the world’s population is lactase deficient. Lactase is the enzyme that is responsible for breaking down lactose, a type of sugar found in milk.
As it was revealed that the Duchess of Cambridge likes to do her own food shopping and cooking, a top nutritional expert is advising Kate to sign up for the not-for-profit Healthy Happy Hearts challenge delivered by Seafish (the UK authority on seafood).
The typical Brit returns home from their summer holiday having experienced at least four problems on their sunshine break, research has shown.
Whether you’re staying at home or going away this year, everybody wants to look great wearing their summer clothes.
We live in a world where most women juggle work, children, friends, and a busy social life - leaving them feeling like there simply aren’t enough hours in the day!
In the past few years road cycling has increased in popularity, with the current economic climate, and the increase in commuting costs, more and more people are turning to cycling.
Far too often natural remedies burst onto the scene having been touted by celebrities as the next wonder supplement only to fade away again with little evidence of their efficiency.
For an estimated 13 million British adults, nocturnal (night time) muscle cramps are an on-going problem, causing discomfort, pain, distress and sleep deprivation. Some sufferers experience one or two episodes nightly, several times a week.
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