Your body clock, or circadian rhythm, influences when you sleep and eat – and listening to yours can lead to better health, says Karen Evennett.
The connection between the mind and the gut (the gut-brain axis) is increasingly recognised. Sally Brown investigates if what you eat can affect how you feel.
Whether it's a heart attack, stroke or cancer diagnosis, even the healthiest of people can suffer a health setback. Here's how to get back on your feet.
The way in which we wake up in the morning can be just as important as how we get to sleep, discovers Tessa Hilton.
Training advice: Dr. Aria Campbell-Danesh, psychologist, explains how to mentally and physically prepare for a 10k race.
Insomnia can cause tiredness, irritability and lack of concentration, but there are plenty of solutions to this common problem, says Rob Hobson.
Experts share their insight on knowing if it's the right time for you to retire, as well as adjusting to this new phase of life.
Just 19 per cent of us make New Year's resolutions that stick, research shows. Luckily, setting effective goals is a skill you can master – here's how to do it.