Amy Copeland

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Valentine's Day: nine great aphrodisiac foods – and one to avoid

<b>Asparagus</b><p>Eating with your fingers is super sexy, as Nigella knows well. And if the shape is vaguely phallic, so much the better. Of course, the British crop isn’t in season right now, so check out your lover’s green credentials – or lack of them – before reaching for a bundle of Peruvian …

Dissecting relationships for Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day is set for its annual poisoning of the airwaves and media streams this Friday. Many of us would rather lick broken glass out of footballers’ armpits than dive into the rivers of twee and sentimental nonsense encouraged by the avalanche of Hallmark passion.<p>So let’s shake things up a …

Husky! The dog taxi transfer service that collects you from the airport

In the snow-covered landscape of Norway dog sledding has always been considered an efficient form of transport. It is perhaps no surprise then, that a "dog taxi" transfer service has been launched to collect passengers from Kirkenes, one of the country's most northerly airports.<p>The service – which …

And you think the UK's winter is bad this year?

With January's rainfall making it the wettest winter month since records began in 1767, people are understandably wondering if we are experiencing Britain's worst ever floods.<p>The discovery that we are not is hardly likely to bring any consolation to the poor souls whose homes and lives have been …

This is a welcome antidote to the floods - the winning picture in the International Garden Photographer of the Year competition. See the full winners' gallery: http://fw.to/O9h4XNm (Picture: Rosanna Castrini)

Dreams of 'self-discovery' destroying marriage, claims psychologist

Time was when a roof over your head, food on the table and occasional bouts of sexual activity were the hallmarks of a successful marriage. Not any more. According to a US psychologist, the modern marriage must fulfil far deeper demands, and most couples are struggling to cope.<p>Eli Finkel, director …