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Could this pantry staple give you a better sleep?
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Could this pantry staple give you a better sleep?

They say an apple a day keeps the doctor away but did you know an egg at night could help you sleep tight?

How to keep your exercise mojo for the last weeks of winter

As winter drags on it's harder to keep motivated with your health and fitness routine. Sam Wood has seven simple steps to help you keep up your exercise mojo.

How to fall in love with HIIT

It promises fast results but its not unusual for first time HIIT goers to leave a class feeling they've been hit by a brick, literally. Here's how to not only last the distance but fall in love with high-intensity impact training.

The three things that must be in sync for weight loss

We all know that diet and exercise are key to weight loss, but according to Sam Wood, there's a third - equally important - factor that you need to include for success.

How to avoid the afternoon slump

When afternoon rolls around and brain fog and tired eyes hit, Sam Wood has some sure-fire ways to beat the dreaded slump.

Is it a cold or is it the flu?

So you’ve woken up coughing and sneezing, your body aches, your throat is sore and just don’t feel like you can get out of bed – how do you know if you’ve got a cold or the flu?

How to work through a mid-life crisis and get back on the 'Happiness Curve'

Author of The Happiness Curve: Why Life Gets Better After Midlife, Jonathan Rauch, explains why we feel discontent once we hit middle age and how to beat those feelings when they creep in.

You have the flu - now what?

Winter is here and despite your best intentions, you’ve managed to come down with the flu. Even if you only suspect it, there are a few things you can do to recover more quickly, prevent a secondary infection and reduce the spread of infection.

Easy ways to prevent the flu this winter

Wearing wet socks to bed, getting frisky and eating eggs: Try these unexpected ways to ward off a case of the flu this winter

We need to talk about... poo

While it doesn’t have to dominate the dinner conversation, talking about your bowel movements can help you identify what’s completely normal and when it’s time to see your doctor.

How to stay motivated all winter

Don't let those gloomy, chilly winter mornings put you off your healthy streak. Here, Rachel Finch gives us her seven top tips to stay on your game from June through to the warmer months.