Feeling squiffy? You’re not alone.
There's a new Top Gear presenter in town. First tip: keep your eyes on the road ...
It’s not just what you drink, but the way that you drink it.
The science shows that it's not just how much you drink, it's what you drink it with.
The way we eat now.
When, where, why and how we eat are as important to our well being as what we eat, argues Jane Ogden
Nice night for a stroll: Scott Kelly working outside the International Space Station in 2015.
What's life like in a hostile environment that's literally out of this world?
Humans have now been living on the International Space Station for 15 years. Here's what we've learned.
New study looks into depression in adolescence and getting help.
Depression can have a devastating impact when you're young, so what do teenagers think about their experience?
Stark new additions to our urban landscape are usually met with moaning – but it rarely lasts.
Moving towards choice in NI.
Abortion is now legal in cases of rape, incest and serious abnormality. But will local politicians drag their heels?
Time for a tax?
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Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s campaign to introduce a sugar tax on fizzy drinks and snacks has been gaining momentum. Oliver has a history of trying to persuade the British public to eat more healthily…
Singing in a choir really can change your life for the better. And yes, anyone can do it
Practice makes perfect posture?
We often think of posture as a physical thing – but our minds play a crucial part too.
Applying the finishing touches to some toasted chilli crickets & wild garlic hummus on rye bread.
Insects are a healthy and sustainable source of protein. It's time foodies appreciated them too.
By definition, a rare disease isn't always easy to spot but there are ways to make it easier to do.
The UK's palliative care is excellent - but that hasn't prevented scandals like the Liverpool Care Pathway and Mid-staffs.
Solar energy is key to development in African countires.
Integrated research is key to sustainable development, which helps Africa resolve its energy woes.
Novel drugs that reduce the spread of cancer in mice could pave the way for changing the way we fight tumours.
The aim of the sole sustainable development goal on health is to improve health and well-being.
Despite the criticism, the sustainable development goal for health presents an opportunity to approach health holistically.
Humans didn’t evolve to deal with the unique conditions of space travel.
Hollywood may already have done it but when we eventually send real astronauts to Mars, what medicines should we arm them with? And will they work the same way as they do on Earth?
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One of the experts behind the ONS' well-being project explains why it's so important for the government to know how you're feeling.
Diabetes medications can have real benefits but there are still some nagging unknowns about their effects.