This year's Brit Awards saw the likes of Calvin Harris, Rita Ora and Nile Rodgers descend upon London’s O2 Arena for the biggest night in British music. But before the best artists from the UK and further afield battled it out for prestigious awards such as British breakthrough aRead More »
Jennifer Lawrence has responded to the flurry of controversy surrounding a picture taken of her at a London photocall. In the snap, Lawrence is wearing a revealing gown with a high-high split and plunging neckline, while her male co-stars are all dressed in jumpers and coats. True equality means either Jennifer Lawrence getting a coat, or Jeremy Irons having to pose for a photocall in assless chaps.
For anyone embarking on the beginning of their weight loss journey, it can be a daunting prospect trying to figure out which diet is best for you. Scientists at Stanford University School of Medicine decided to investigate whether following a healthy low-carb diet would be more or less effective for someone trying to lose weight than following a healthy low-fat diet, with their research leading to fascinating results. Christopher Gardner, PhD, a professor of medicine and lead author of the study, understands that people’s bodies respond to healthy eating regimes in diverse ways.
A Twitter user who goes by the name Onson Sweemey has shared a series of photos of eccentric gender reveal cakes that have been presented by expectant parents at their baby showers. One person’s baby shower has even been decorated with a strange sign that reads: “Pistols or pearls,” with accompanying images of a gun and a crown. Sweemey’s tweet has been retweeted 43,000 times and liked 137,000 times, with many people commenting with expressions of disbelief and their own examples of odd baby shower cakes.
Most people - and women in particular - have been on a diet at some point in their lives. Past studies have concluded that two thirds of Brits are on a diet “most of the time,” women will spend 17 years of their lives on diets, and they also go on twice as many diets as they have lovers. Atkins, Dukan, Keto, cabbage soup, 5:2… we get lured in by weight loss promises that seem too good to be true - and they usually only work because they all come down to cutting calories.
A young woman was left paralysed from the neck down when she fell from a piece of exercise equipment while doing sit-ups at the gym. Marcelle Mancuso is a 23-year-old law graduate from São José do Rio Preto in Brazil. In January 2016, Mancuso was performing a simple inverted sit-up at the gym when the accident occurred.
For a chronic health condition that causes shame and misery for countless people and costs billions, urinary incontinence keeps a low profile. Media reports about chronic health conditions appear with alarming regularity, but it is rare to read about the debilitating impact of the involuntary leakage of urine. Urinary incontinence, of course, elicits some embarrassment.
The topic of comfort objects is hotly debated, with some arguing that the attachment to objects from babyhood is childish, unnecessary or even harmful. The truth is that even adults have attachment objects. Or hoard treasured objects from loved ones without second thought?
Eating a healthier diet, regularly practising yoga in a peaceful park, visiting exotic hot springs to cleanse your body… people have tried all sorts of things to ensure longevity. Dr Claudia Kawas, a specialist in neurology from the University of California, spoke at the American Association for the Advancement of Science annual conference in Austin, Texas about research that she has carried out for the past 15 years.