Smoothies aren't just bananas, strawberries and yogurt anymore – add nuts, milk, juices and granola in smoothie bowls, parfaits and popsicles for added texture and sustenance
A three-year-old boy will get life-saving surgery thanks to a chance meeting with an English doctor.
It's only been out for a few days, but gamers say that Pokémon Go has already helped them cope with mental illness
The battles that disabled people face in workplaces and retail spaces costs businesses billions
How we look affects our confidence, but it also reveals a wealth of information to others. New research sheds a light on how facial skin tone affects people’s perceptions.
Statins are lipid-lowering tablets taken by many to reduce high cholesterol
It is hoped the discovery could potentially lead to earlier detection and intervention for men with the disease
Previous research has suggested women need more sleep as their brains are 'more complex' than men's
The service was launched by Nye Bevan on 5 July 1948
A spike in cases is thought to be particularly affecting gay and bisexual men
Alistair Burt insists his departure is not linked to the BMA ballot
A 13-year-old suffering from a rare kidney disease says her treatment is now in question following post-Brexit price increases for medicine
Trend evolves from the need for young girls to meet the two most prominent social norms for young adults, 'drinking and thinness,' says author
The Advertising Standards Authority has ruled the advert must not appear again in its current form
Researchers argue that the lack of available treatment and understanding around cannabis dependency is a major public health concern, with users often being ignored
Less ‘you are what you eat’, and more ‘you are when you eat’