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Seasonal sufferers

Seasonal sufferers

August is traditionally one of the best months to get out and about in the UK, but a quarter of us struggle to embrace the summer due to hayfever. Read more »

Hidden dangers

Hidden dangers

The fruit snacks many parents see as a good option for children's lunchboxes may not actually be as healthy as they think. Read more »

Fit families

Fit families

Families will have an extra incentive to get healthy and active during Move It week which starts on 6 July. Read more »

Brain power

Brain power

A diet high in omega-3 fatty acids and B vitamins may help prevent the development of brain shrinkage and Alzheimer's, a new ground-breaking study has discovered. Read more »

Leave it out

Leave it out

If you've got a food allergy, dining out can often feel like a challenge rather than a pleasure. Read more »

Food for thought

Food for thought

Spinach may not give you muscles to rival Popeye, but it might just help you remember the name of his wife and bearded arch rival! Read more »

Bear in mind

Bear in mind

Being mindful is the practice of being in the moment, to put it very simply, and while it sounds easy, how many of us spend a good part of each day worrying about something that's happened or fretting about something that hasn't? Read more »

Snore war

Snore war

Is snoring damaging your relationship? Read more »

Gut feeling

Gut feeling

It's IBS Awareness Month Read more »

Weigh To Go

Weigh To Go

Going veggie may lead to a 10lb weight loss – even if you don't exercise or calorie count – according to new research. Read more »