Anne Hathaway has spoken candidly to Ellen DeGeneres about why she's chosen to give up drinking for the foreseeable future, explaining that her main motivation is being present for her three-year-old son. The Oscar-winning actor appeared on DeGeneres's daytime talk show to discuss her latest film Serenity, a thriller that reunites her with Interstellar co-star Matthew McConaughey. While discussing the film's Mauritius location, Hathaway revealed that McConaughey had taken her on a tour of the best rum spots on the island.
A new illuminating scientific finding may enable medical professionals to determine whether women who’ve suffered from breast cancer are likely to relapse. More than 55,000 women in the UK are diagnosed with new cases of breast cancer every year, with one in eight women likely to develop the disease at some point in their lifetimes. Secondary breast cancer, which is when breast cancer cells spread to other areas of the body, cannot be cured, although it can be treated.
Leaving a gap of two hours in between eating your dinner and going to bed isn't necessarily beneficial for your health, a new scientific study has suggested. In Japan, the public are advised to leave two hours in between dinner and bed at least three times a week. For the study, which was published in the journal BMJ Nutrition, Prevention and Health, the researchers analysed data gathered between 2012 and 2014 from 1,573 healthy middle-aged and older adults from Okayama in western Japan.
Women who partake in physical activity for an hour a day have a far greater chance of reaching the age of 90 than those who do less than 30 minutes, according to a study. Reseachers from the Department of Epidemiology at the Maastricht University Medical Centre in the Netherlands explored how the body size and daily physical activity of women and men can affect how long they’re expected to live. For their research, which was published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, the scientists analysed data from the Netherlands Cohort Study (NLCS), which accumulated information from more than 120,000 men and women in 1986.
"It just exploded with crystals all over him, he was wet up to his chest inside his onesie and very stressed."
Russell Brand has never spent 24 hours in sole charge of his children, the comedian revealed in a recent interview. Speaking to The Sunday Times Magazine, Brand said Gallacher would never leave him alone with the children for more than one day because “she respects and cares for them too much”. “When I looked after Mabel on her own, she dropped two social classes in an hour,” he told interviewer Decca Aitkenhead.
The rise of social media has meant that we as a global population are more connected than we have ever been in the history of time. While social media platforms can have their benefits, using them too frequently can make you feel increasingly unhappy and isolated in the long run. The constant barrage of perfectly filtered photos that appear on Instagram are bound to knock many people’s self-esteem, while obsessively checking your Twitter feed just before bed could be contributing towards poor quality of sleep.
Goop, the wellness brand founded by Gwyneth Paltrow, opened its first London pop-up store in September last year, and is now set to become a permanent shop.
Margot Robbie has said she is fed up of being asked when she is going to have children. The actress, who married filmmaker Tom Ackerley in 2016, said it made her irate that motherhood is still expected to be the next step after tying the knot. In an interview with the Radio Times, she said: "It made me really angry; how dare some old guy dictate what I can and can't do when it comes to motherhood or my own body? "Unfortunately, it's a conversation we're still having. "I'm so angry that there's this social contract", she added. "You're married, now have a baby. Don't presume. I'll do what I'm going to do."
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a lifelong autoimmune condition that affects the brain and the spinal cord, resulting in a wide range of symptoms that vary from person-to-person. Joan Didion, Jack Osbourne and Selma Blair, who was diagnosed in August, are among those in the public eye who live with MS. MS inhibits how well a person’s central nervous system functions, subsequently interrupting the process whereby the brain sends signals to the rest of the body to enable you to do simple things like move, eat and see.
"I have been working really, really hard in the offseason to be incredibly fit and incredibly ready."
Several restaurants listed on the Just Eat platform have been providing incorrect information concerning food allergens that could be “life-threatening”, a BBC Panorama investigation has discovered. The takeaway delivery service currently asks customers to enquire with restaurants directly if they have a food allergy. BBC Panorama reporter Tina Daheley pretended to be a customer with food allergies when ordering food at restaurants through Just Eat.