Lifestyle

Snoring is a common complaint. If you snore, it can disrupt your sleep and that of your partner. But snoring is sometimes more than a sleep-disturbing annoyance. It can sometimes be a sign of a hidden health condition that’s more serious. read more about Snoring: why you shouldn’t ignore it
Over the last few years, there has been a rapid increase in the number of people following gluten-free diets, reflected in an increased consumer demand for gluten-free food products and recipes. read more about The gluten-free diet: everything you need to know
Coeliac disease is a condition that causes the small intestine to become inflamed, meaning that it’s unable to absorb nutrients from food that the body needs. read more about Gluten intolerance, allergy or something else? Diagnosing coeliac disease
Geraint Thomas, Welsh cyclist and defending Tour de France champion, was involved in a cycling crash during the Tour de Suisse last month, which forced him to drop out of the race and threatened his chances to compete in this year’s Tour. read more about Cycling: 12 ways to prevent common injuries
Stress affects many of us at some point in our lives. read more about How to deal with stress
We spoke to our expert physiotherapists at the King Edward VII’s Hospital Physiotherapy Unit and discovered their top tips for guiding your marathon preparation for the best results. read more about 13 top tips for improving your marathon performance
The 2019 hay fever season is now upon us, and many hay fever sufferers will be preparing for another spring and summer of streaming eyes, a blocked, runny nose and a scratchy throat. read more about 2019 UK hay fever warning: nothing to sneeze at
Party season is here and it’s time to treat yourself to a new pair of heels. read more about How to choose the best party heels for your feet