Winter is here for a few more months, so warm yourself up with this sweet potato and orange soup – it’s the perfect comfort food on chilly days and winter nights.
It’s the same every January. Fitness DVDs and gadgets flood the market and the number of gym memberships goes through the roof.
If you tend to gain a pound or two during the Christmas holidays, you’re not alone.
If the new gym membership card you received just after New Year is already gathering dust, it may be time to put a new fitness plan into action – preferably one that fits in with your everyday life. And if your pooch needs more exercise too, the British Veterinary Association has some suggestions that may help.
If you’re a smoker, giving up is widely accepted as the very best thing you can do for your health. And the good news is the benefits are almost immediate. You’ll save a substantial amount of cash over time, too.
Whether you’re giving up for the first or umpteenth time, National No Smoking Day on March 11th is a good date to start. Here’s what you need to know about nicotine (and how to kick the habit)
If you need an excuse to join the many people attempting to quit on No Smoking Day (March 9, 2016), look no further. Or, rather, look in the mirror.
According to the NHS, around 10 million adults in the UK smoke cigarettes (including 23 per cent of women and 25 per cent of men).
Cold weather and indoor heating can play havoc with your skin and even make existing problems worse. But help is at hand from your local pharmacist
With so many great self-tan products available, you don’t have to risk sunburn to get an all-over golden glow. Here’s how to do it:
Joanne Carey, conditions category manager at AAH, has the answers to common questions about hair and scalp problems
She may not be an actress, musician or artist, but Kim Kardashian – who turns 35 this October – is arguably one of the world’s most famous women