'I've opened up to the thought of holding my daughter and watching her die. That's going to happen'
The death of a loved one topped the charts, with the prospect of imprisonment and home damage just behind
The way you listen to someone claiming to have paranormal experiences makes a difference
Around 850,000 people in UK have dementia, which mainly affects people over 65
Caramelising butternut squash with honey and then adding toasted sunflower seeds is a perfect mixture of textures
You can bet your sweet pilaf this apple and chorizo combo is a sweet and savoury side dish winner, or a light evening meal
Temperatures may have been as low as -34°C in forests home to wolves, bears and other large predators
A man and women needed resuscitation and intensive care after drinking Wolfsbane
Once diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, remission is almost impossible. Health fads like the gluten-free diet may be something to watch out for
He was the fat kid who grew into a US TV phenomenon and the world’s most unlikely fitness guru. Then two years ago, Richard Simmons vanished from public view. Now millions of those he helped lose weight want to know where he is – and want him to know that they love him. By Dan Zak
85.1 per cent of patients wait four hours or less in January, below Government target of 95 per cent
Chancellor announces two separate levies of 18p and 24p per litre for sugary drinks
Overwhelming demand 'distressing and potentially dangerous for patients', say health trusts
House committees to vote on bill dismantling Affordable Care Act signed in 2010 by Barack Obama
'Abortion is like a 'silent secret' but people are less judgemental than one might expect'
The reputation of oxytocin as the hormone linked to positive social bonding has been called into question