Brits don’t actually hit ‘middle age’ until they turn 53, research has shown. A lifestyle study of 2,000 men and women found attitudes towards hitting the middle of our years are rapidly changing.
Millions of us are being kept awake by the strange nocturnal habits of our other halves a new study has revealed.
A retired engineer who was diagnosed with prostate cancer after having a free PSA blood test at a Bristol charity event, is urging men not to ignore the warning signs.
Children born to obese mothers are more likely to die early as adults than those whose mothers were a normal weight, a study has found.
Rosehips are a common sight in British hedgerows, adding a splash of colour to Autumnal walks.
Britain’s builders are the healthiest workers in the country, according to new research. The surprising findings emerged in a study of 2,000 employees, which analysed the food choices, lifestyle habits, fitness levels and working environments of people across a wide range of sectors.
Holidaymakers and travellers are being advised to take extra precautions to protect against insect bites, following a three-fold increase in cases of Denge Fever since January 2013.
For millions of Britain's retirees, the first five ‘golden years' bring life changes, which can impact their financial circumstances, or alter the most suitable way of structuring their retirement income, according to research from retirement specialist LV=.
It may have this week emerged that the UK has seen a 0.5% rise in people’s happiness and well-being over the last year but currently, nearly a quarter of Britons have been identified as feeling good about themselves everyday.
Thought you’d tried even the most unusual spa treatments? Vampire facial, check. Gem stone massage, check. Hay body wrap, check.
Brits grin and bear medical problems for a year before getting checked out by their doctor, it has been revealed.
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.
The typical Brit returns home from their summer holiday having experienced at least four problems on their sunshine break, research has shown.
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!
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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