Living with parents has overtaken other living arrangements for 18- to 34-year-olds
One in 150 children are thought to experience the condition which can leave children unable to speak to people outside their family or immediate social circle for years
The truth behind the drinks splashed across social media
The Psychoactive Substances Act is due to come into effect on 26 May, but sprialling use among prisoners raises concerns clampdown attempts are proving ineffectual
It's one of Britain's fastest-growing lifestyle choices and the meat-free diet is increasingly popular among leading sports stars...
The warning comes as it is revealed that the number of vegans in the UK has increased 350 per cent over the course of the last decade
The Zika virus may spread into Europe this summer as the weather gets warmer, health officials have warned.
The scheme reportedly costs £1 billion per year and was introduced by Labour under Tony Blair's premiership
Symptoms include discomfort in the jaw, upper back or arms
A new survey released to mark Mental Health Awareness Week shows that we value our relationships almost above all else, so why do we neglect them?
'It shouldn't take this many doctors to find out, when I have a textbook case'
This mental health week Nadia Mendoza of the Self-Esteem Team explains how failure can be the greatest teacher and acceptance and understanding of it can help tackle the issue of poor mental health in schools
Amnesty International have called the conviction 'absurd'
The Health Secretary says he has given the NHS its sixth biggest funding increase on record, researchers say it is actually the 28th biggest increase
Are the psychopaths among us part of a unique evolutionary strand?
Because we have little to no information on the illness, sufferers like me are stiff treated as malingerers. It’s a positively Victorian stigmatisation