This year’s list of the “World’s 50 Best” restaurants has been condemned by a renowned food critic who says he was shocked by the lack of diversity. Jonathan Gold, a Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic, voiced his grievances with the list in an article for the Los Angeles Times. LRead More »
The supermodel, 54, who became known as “The Body”, made the comments in a segment titled “Elle Macpherson’s Beach Body Secrets” on This Morning on Wednesday. “Summer’s coming up and I too am getting ready for summer body,” the supermodel said. “Coming up to summer, I will limit the bread intake, rice, you know, cream… Anything white,” Macpherson said, going on to explain how she sometimes skips dinner in favour of a shake.
Another royal wedding is upcoming, and Meghan Markle is getting an invite. Here's why she may not want to go after all.
In 2017, researchers in Ireland decided to explore whether the gut microbiome could be linked with anxiety disorders, coming to the conclusion that there may in fact be an association between the two. When New York Times bestselling author Sarah Wilson decided to try eliminating sugar from her diet, she hoped that it would help alleviate the inflammation in her thyroid caused by Hashimoto’s disease, an autoimmune condition that left Wilson severely unwell on a daily basis. “We now know that inflammation causes all of the contemporary metabolic diseases.
We all know that as a society, we drink too much. There’s always a reason to drink and there are always people encouraging you to do so.
Members of the royal family are typically expected to wear name pins at the prestigious racing event.
New parents will get just four hours and 44 minutes of sleep in an average night during the first year of their baby's life, it has emerged. The study also found sleep deprivation can take an emotional toll on relationships, with the average new-born waking three times a night when they first arrive home. More than two thirds of British parents believe they have got into arguments with their partner purely as a result of their baby’s poor sleep habits.
While urban environments are sometimes associated with greater levels of stress and anxiety, keeping yourself occupied on a daily basis has also been linked to greater levels of life satisfaction, as chartered mediator Dr Jeanette Bicknell explained. “Among individuals in a society, busyness - or the feeling of busyness - seems to be an important factor in wellbeing,” she wrote in a blog post on Nautil. Dr Bicknell cited a study undertaken by Robert Levine from California State University Fresno and a team of researchers that investigated the pace of large cities from 31 different countries.
Children growing up in today’s digital age have grown accustomed to being surrounded by all sorts of digital devices on a daily basis. With one in four children under the age of six owning a smartphone, it’s easier said than done for parents to monitor the amount of time their children spend glued to a screen. Elizabeth Denham, information commissioner, is going to be overseeing the introduction of a new code that could force social media platforms to alter their settings for their younger users.
A fitness influencer with 13 million followers has been criticised for promoting “extremely dangerous” weight loss pills that claim to “allow you to cheat on your diet.”
He chose to help others in need. An 11-year-old grew out his hair so he could help children with cancer.