Uma Thurman has claustrophobia, Sandra Bullock has a fear of flying and Emma Stone is agoraphobic
Sarah Ivens, author of new book Forest Therapy, explains
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Editor Anna Magee reports on the rise of the new sleepbiotics
Stress relief from crisps, sweets and fizzy drinks might be an easy option you're at your desk, but they make make you feel worse, says nutritional therapist Charlotte Watts, co-author of new book Good Mood Food
If you see these signs in your marriage or relationship, put on your best pair of Nikes and run, says counsellor April Kirkwood, who lived through it
Is there anything Alexa can't do? Now you can keep tabs on your heart health with a state-of-the-art blood pressure monitor, the OMRON EVOLV, that's synced to our favourite virtual assistant.
Unhappy days can seem as if they linger on forever. From making your bed to writing a letter, there are several little things you can add to everyday to make the dark days seem brighter.
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