'Holy Grail' diet could help you lose fat and build muscle at the same time
Is this the diet we've all been waiting for? Perhaps - but researchers have described it as "gruelling".
What is pectin, and should you avoid apple peel because of it?
There's a bit of controversy surrounding pectin, the fibre found in the skin and pips of apples and other fruits.
Diet vs. exercise: Which one should you focus on to lose weight?
"I only exercise so I can eat whatever I want without gaining weight." Unfortunately, you can't out-exercise a bad diet.
Five proven ways to reclaim your attention span
Our attention span is officially shorter than a goldfish. Here's how to fix it.
Is it unfair to make overweight people do bodyweight exercises?
You're in a gym class surrounded by beautiful, fit people puching out perfect push-ups, and you can only do one. Here's what to do next.
Butter versus margarine: Which one is better for you?
After consulting with the experts, it appears that we're still not sure.
Push-ups, sit-ups and planks too hard? Here's 6 easier exercise swaps
If bodyweight exercises prove to be too hard, here's 6 ways to lighten the load.
Unexpected flip sides of your favourite workouts and healthy habits
They say there can never be too much of a good thing, but there can be some scary downsides to your go-to workouts and healthy habits if you push too hard
Why is 10,000 steps the magic number to walk each day?
Will clocking 8km (or one hour and 40 minutes) of walking a day really turn your health around?
Hate running? Try it with a group — you might change your mind
Running in a group is a different experience to pounding the pavement on your own or with a couple of mates.
Flavonoids – the incredible antioxidant disease-proofing your body
They help prevent the common cold, cancer and even Alzehimer's - so why is no-one talking about flavanoids?
10 brain foods to supercharge your thinking
Each of these foods has been scientifically proven to boost your brainpower.
Is it dangerous to reheat cooked rice?
The internet is abound with persistent rumours that reheating rice causes everything from botulism to food poisoning - but are they true?
Controversial baby product dividing mothers
The Babocush, which mimics a human shoulder, was criticised on Facebook by some parents.
Science confirms pregnancy is the perfect excuse to eat chocolate
It's one of the major cravings during pregnancy, and now science has confirmed that chocolate can help the growth of your baby.
Mum breastfeeds her baby while pole dancing
Pole dancing is challenging. Breastfeeding a baby is challenging. So pole dancing while breastfeeding your baby...
90 percent of two-year-olds don't get enough exercise
British research has shown that kids are more likely to be in front of the iPad than being outside.