Many who end up in homeless shelters often lack a support system to help them get through hard times. One initiative is aiming to counter that by providing a safe space where people who are feeling isolated can come together and find friendship
As the number of men undergoing cosmetic surgery increases dramatically, Jim Frame calls for surgeons to be prepared for the complications the procedures can bring
After so much consumer hype surrounding the health benefits of coconut oil, Ellie Krieger questions whether it really is better for our diets to cook with the white stuff
In the age of social media, fears about outbreaks and epidemics can quickly spread out of control. How can health officials help contain the panic?
Scotland is ranked the best among the home nations for wellbeing
'We will strive to ensure that even in pregnancies when a child is sure to die, strongly deformed, women end up giving birth so that the child can be baptised, buried, and have a name,' Jaroslaw Kaczynski says
Children up to the age of four are most prone to nursemaid's elbow
As a relatively newly diagnosed disorder, little is known about how people with autism cope in later life. How true is the theory that sufferers report fewer difficulties as time goes on?
Scientists have been wrong before on lifespan – in 1921 it was thought that living beyond 105 was impossible – but a new study insists there really is an upper limit on how long we can live
Urine from the morning is said to be the most potent
Some of these pay really well
Dr Nick Panay says when he gives women the hormone 'they go from feeling drained to being able to run marathons again'
'Emotional abuse is an attack on your personality rather than your body, and it can be just as harmful as physical abuse'
Nurse contracted Ebola in 2014 while volunteering in Sierra Leone
'The less one gains, the less one then has to worry about trying to lose it'
'For some women it could temporarily shut down their fertility.'