We all know that a commute can be horrible. Faces smushed against the door in too-busy carriages, crammed onto hot and sticky buses or moving at a snails pace in our cars —sometimes it seems, whatever
A few inked-up individuals sweat it out in the name of science If you’ve got tattoos, chances are you’ve heard that your ink may be messing with your workouts and blocking your sweat glands. But tattoos—especially
"Without a vision, your chances of success on your path will be much harder to accomplish." A few months after an injury derailed Brandon Lim's bodybuilding career—a broken wrist while attempting a max
If you think the idea of digital assistants dolling out health advice sounds like the something from a Black Mirror-esque dystopian future, then prepare to be (very) afraid, because Amazon, the company
"A heaped teaspoon of it will kill you," said his father, who is now trying to warn others about the dangers The parents of a 21-year-old man, who died the day before his 22nd birthday, have taken to to
Whether you favour a Saturday morning parkrun, a trek through the Lake District or a sun-kissed calisthenics session, we all know that spending time in the great outdoors can do wonders for your mood health.
When you're one of the henchest stars in Hollywood, your cheat day is going to be pretty epic. Dwayne Johnson chronicled his most recent cheat day on Sunday in a couple of Instagram posts, recording the
Plus, five key symptoms of metabolic syndrome you need to look out for You don't need to be a brain surgeon to know that taking a break from work once in a while is good for the mind. But if new research
Both a high and a low resting heart rate can say a lot about how healthy you are. This is what to look out for With the right workout and know-how, your heart rate can be your most reliable training tool.
The so-called happy hormone is your body’s in-built mood-improving switch. But securing a regular buzz needn’t mean indulging your more libertine impulses. Here are 23 ways to enjoy a healthy high, whenever
The 10-minute test could revolutionise the way we detect the disease Prostate cancer is serious business. More than 11,000 men lose their lives to the disease every year – that’s one man every 45 minutes,
According to Michael Phelps, everyone pees in the pool. "Chlorine kills it so it’s not bad," he says. But according to the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, the most decorated Olympian of all
Make these simple changes to feel less stressed, depressed and sleepy, scientists say If you’re the kind of guy whose sleep schedule means you always miss breakfast, you might find relief in the findings
He managed to lose around 27kg in just 16 weeks In his mid-forties, Tamas Haiman gave up drinking and processed sugars in an effort to lose weight. He also hired a personal trainer to help him develop