By Vanessa Chalmers
A major new study says it could help prevent cold and flu - here's how to get it
Vitamin D has been shown to reduce the risk of colds and flu in a new major study. Nutritionist Rick Hay explains how to get more of the sunshine vitamin during the winter
by Vanessa Chalmers
Mindful drinking sounds like a party pooper's mantra. But as Vanessa Chalmers found out during Dry January, if you're serious about kicking a bad boozing habit, for some it's more realistic than going sober
Ever skipped a smear test? You are not alone, according to The Eve Appeal, 25 per cent of women aged 25 - 64 did too, just last year. Astounding right? Especially given that each day, nine women are diagnosed with cervical cancer. Specialist Cancer Information Nurse, Tracie Miles explains why you need your next one
Confused about units of alcohol? So were we. W've constructed a guide to how many units are in your favourite drinks and guess what? Baileys and Prosecco come out pretty well - we'll drink to that!
byCarly Jade Cochrane
Jennifer Lawrence has told Vanity Fair she's giving up drinking alcohol for every meal so she can slim down for her next role as a ballerina. But she won't stop drinking every day - just another reason we love her. Small changes are everything, J-Law...
Developing the plasticity of your brain can help to develop new neurons and support a healthy mind as we age - nutritional therapist May Simpkin explains
Always wondering what is causing your headache? Perhaps you haven't considered these five strange reasons, including your handbag. Physiotherapist Naomi Sofer explains...
Sue Coyne used to live her life as though she were invincible. But after a battle with breast cancer she realised she needed to change the way she approached everything, especially work
Is back pain interfering with the life you once had? The recovery may all be down to your mind. Back To Life author David Rodgers uncovers his 10 rules to apply to your daily life to regain control...
Lifestyle changes could prevent a staggering 40 per cent of Britain’s cancers – here are the proven ways to lower your risk
Each year, nearly half a million British women have lumps in their breasts checked out for cancer and hearteningly, nine out of ten turn out to be benign. But such lumps can be recurring and worrying – Alexandra Petra talks about her own experience and asks the experts about what can be done
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