Health & wellbeing

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I’d love to laugh like a baby again. But the best I can hope for is a big sneeze | Adrian Chiles
As adults, we are taught to keep a lid on our emotions. It has left me longing for the days of relentless, unbridled mirth, writes Adrian Chiles

Adrian Chiles

01, Jun, 2023 @6:00 AM

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‘I feel constantly watched’: the employees working under surveillance
Monitoring software has become more common since the pandemic – but are activity scores the best way to measure productivity?

Clea Skopeliti

30, May, 2023 @11:09 AM

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Tea, apples and berries could stave off age-related memory loss, study suggests
Research found 71-year-olds with high flavanol consumption had better memory function

Rachel Hall

29, May, 2023 @7:00 PM

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‘Water is too boring’?! Can you really survive on nothing but coffee, tea or juice?
Everyone agrees you need some form of hydration – but are any of the alternatives as good for you as H20? And precisely how much should you be gulping down?

Lizzie Cernik

29, May, 2023 @9:00 AM

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A new start after 60: backpacking in the Himalayas, I found the courage to change my life
After two decades of work, work and more work, Ann Halloran decided it was time to leave her comfort zone. And it all began with a broken walking stick

Paula Cocozza

29, May, 2023 @6:00 AM

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Yes, I do take my pillow with me on holiday. And I’m very happy with my life choices, thank you very much
Sneer all you like, but everyone needs a few home comforts when travelling. And it’s not as if I’m taking my favourite mug

Emma Beddington

29, May, 2023 @6:00 AM

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Should I worry about my snoring?
All that snorting and grumbling can wreck your sleep and your relationship. But does it mean something is seriously wrong with your body? And can playing the didgerigoo really help?

Joel Snape

28, May, 2023 @2:00 PM

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Cats, peanuts, bee stings… the irritating truth about allergies
More and more of us suffer from allergies, and medicine is struggling to keep up. Rebecca Seal talks to medical anthropologist Theresa MacPhail

Rebecca Seal

28, May, 2023 @7:00 AM

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What is Primodos and why were 100 UK families seeking compensation?
Concerns about birth defects first raised in 1960s but evidence for causal link to pregnancy test remains contentious

Hannah Devlin Science correspondent

26, May, 2023 @1:54 PM

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Biting the skin off my fingers feels like self-harm – but I can’t stop | Ask Annalisa Barbieri
Therapy could help you figure out why you still resort to this coping mechanism from your past – which is one I can relate to

Annalisa Barbieri

26, May, 2023 @1:00 PM

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UK families lose bid for compensation over Primodos pregnancy test drug
High court rules there is insufficient new evidence of causal link between hormone-based test and birth defects

Hannah Devlin Science correspondent

26, May, 2023 @12:04 PM

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A few wise words have stopped me eating like a barnyard animal | Adrian Chiles
After decades of just shovelling in food, I have finally learned to pace myself, says Adrian Chiles

Adrian Chiles

25, May, 2023 @6:00 AM

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