New research has revealed the growing trend of people taking important health and well-being advice from unreliable sources.
Scientists have made a breakthrough in understanding the cause of a rare childhood muscle cancer, called Rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS).
The little things in life - such as finding money in your jeans pocket - make us the happiest, according to research released by DoubleTree by Hilton.
E-cigarettes have seen a meteoric rise in the UK over the past year despite the health implications of the products still being a matter of debate.
Scientists are investigating if eating mayonnaise with added vegetables, in the form of powders, could unlock health benefits.
British men are almost twice as likely as women to avoid seeking medical help when experiencing a serious health symptom.
With the heat to soar before July is out, the rise in temperature will make it more difficult to get a great night’s sleep. More than 58% of Brits say their sleep habits are affected by the weather, with 41% losing sleep due to overheating and 42% waking up in the night because of the heat.
Benidorm has been uncovered as Mediterranean hotspot for unprotected casual sex, according to new research into the behaviour and health of British holidaymakers.
Men and women aged 44 or younger are more likely to agree with financial incentives to encourage breastfeeding and smoking cessation during pregnancy compared to those aged 65 and over.
The seventh anniversary of the smoking ban is fast approaching on 1 July and the latest research from MoneySuperMarket reveals ditching the cigarettes could save Brits over £6,000 on life cover – so there’s no better time for smokers to kick the habit and benefit from healthier bodies and bank balances.
Almost 200 million Europeans already have the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC), according to the latest figures available for 2013.
At a financially problematic time, when spending cuts are seen across the board, millions of pounds of council budgets are going towards Britain’s bizarre compensation culture every year.
We’ve all heard that we should drink milk to keep our bones healthy, but a new study has shown that perhaps there’s more than one kind of ‘milk’ we should be drinking.
It can be very hard at times to get yourself out of a slump, improve your fortune or flip your luck on its head. It can often feel like a daunting task with little reward, but in contrast the greatest rewards come once your mind-set and your approach to your day to day tasks is a consistently positive one.
Seven out of ten people now own a smart phone in the UK with research revealing that 70% of managers and professionals check their smart phone within an hour of getting up, while 56% check their phone within an hour of going to sleep.
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