Gymnast returns to competition eight weeks after C-section

Julia Sharpe suits up for the men's gymnastic division

Work it

Science has discovered the secret to loving your job

Playing to your strengths is key in finding career success, say German researchers

Susie Burrell's 'bliss balls for your eyeballs'

Nutritionist-approved sweet treats for the fight against macular degeneration

Taylor Swift credited for 180kg weight loss

Man's campaign to thank the pop princess in person

DIET

Susie Burrell's 'bliss balls for your eyeballs'

To raise awareness of Macular Degeneration (MD) this Week, Specsavers has teamed up with leading dietician and nutritionist, Susie Burrell

Teresa Boyce's hommus chocolate truffles

If you are feeling adventurous and need a chocolate fix, try this unusual yet yummy chocolate truffle treat

Teresa Boyce’s baked eggs with hommus

Super easy to make and packed with hunger-busting protein, these tasty eggs will keep you satisfied throughout the morning

Why meal-skippers can kiss those hard-won abs goodbye

Evidence emerges missing meals could actually be responsible for plumping up your mid-section

FIT MUM

Gymnast performs handstand at 35 weeks pregnant

Meet the new mum who competes in men’s gymnastics

After adjusting her training intensity during the pregnancy, Julia Sharpe returns to men's gymnastic competitions

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Doctors weigh in on years-long 'syndrome' suffered by mums after birth

Pregnancy, childbirth and child rearing can spark mental and physical health issues, now called postnatal depletion

The Honest Body Project: one photographer's mission to help mothers love themselves

The Honest Body Project is a photo series dedicated to helping women love themselves – and their bodies

Meet the Aussie doctor championing a new cause in postnatal care

Dr Oscar Serrallach has coined the term "post-natal depletion" to describe the high rate of physical consequences of pregnancy and child birth

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Keep fit in pregnancy to lower your risk of having a caesarean or obese child

New research suggests you'll have a lower risk of delivering your baby via caesarean if you keep active in pregnancy