“It’s like Trevor’s on a tightrope,” said my boyfriend, “but the tightrope is only a foot above the ground”.
Now I'm running regularly, I find myself wondering what we could do to make exercise an appealing habit from childhood – and, more importantly, give people the space to do it.
The relaxation therapy could prevent relapses in sufferers of depression, according to a new study.
Events of the past six months have shown that they do.
A GP who was diagnosed with blood cancer on his personal crusade against the Conservatives’ attack on the health service and junior doctors.
Astronaut Tim Peake ran the London Marathon aboard the International Space Station. Here's how he did it.
I became wary of staying still for any length of time lest I, too, should be doused and dried, and have a green sticker slapped in the middle of my forehead.
The health secretary appears to be backing away from claims he is prepared to impose a new contract without the agreement of the BMA.
With the rise of agriculture, societies tended to become more complex – and less polygynous. Was this to stop the spread of infection?
Apple’s Night Shift feature filters out the blue light on your screen. But that still doesn't mean we should use our phones at night.
A new landmark study has skirted cultural taboo and legal red tape to produce images of LSD’s effects.
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