Five days of fatty foods wreaks metabolism havoc
New study shows long-term damage done in shorter time frame than previously thought
Muscle-building supplements linked to testicular cancer risk
New research finds prolonged use spikes risk by 65 percent
Don't call this weightlifter 'cute'
Samantha Wright is a US gymnast-turned-weightlifter who achieved "internet semi-stardom" not for her athletic feats but for being "cute" — and she's not happy about it.
Teeny's tiny canine workout is your #fitspo for today
Dog trainer Eric Ko teaches Teeny a tiny canine fitness program
Take your place, but not your time, in Virgin Active's Grid
"Oh, it's only 30 minutes?"
Zoe Bingley-Pullin's salmon with creamy avocado sauce and asparagus
This hearty, healthy dish makes for easy mid-week entertaining
How five days of fatty foods wreaks metabolism havoc
If you ever needed a reason to go easy on chips and cheese platters, this may be it: a new study has shown that just five days of eating fatty foods causes such significant physiological changes to our bodies that they could lead to diabetes and other metabolic diseases.
Zoe Bingley-Pullin's chicken quinoa salad with orange vinaigrette
Try this healthy blend for lunch or dinner
Mums 'take back postpartum' through social media
New mothers are sharing images of 'real' life after birth using the hashtag #takebackpostpartum
How much we weigh at birth can predict our future health
When we consider things like career success and health, we like to think the ball is in our court. If we study and work hard, we can scale the career ladder and if we eat healthy and exercise plenty, then good health is ours for the taking.
A 65-year-old German woman is pregnant with quadruplets – but what are the risks?
A German woman who made headlines when she fell pregnant with her 13th baby naturally at 55 is pregnant again at 65 - this time with quadruplets conceived via IVF.
Exercise in pregnancy means healthier kids with lower risk of heart defects
It might be tempting to favour the couch over a few laps of your local park when you've got a big belly weighing you down, but two new studies show that you'll give your bub a significantly better health start if you keep moving through pregnancy.