Former Cambridge University lecturer, Terence Kealey, 64, believes that breakfast is a “dangerous meal” and hope that in 10 years’ time people will consider it as harmful as smoking cigarettes.
The beginning of a new year is a great time to set new fitness goals, however research shows that a whopping 42 percent of us fail to achieve our resoltions each year. But before you decide to throw in the towel, here are seven tips to help you stay on track and achieve your fitness goals.
Attending evening classes can improve physical wellbeing and mental health according to a new study conducted by the University of Oxford.
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A new year is upon us and chances are you’ve resolved to be a better person or higher achiever in 2017. No matter what your goal is, a few simple changes to your routine could make you far more productive and therefore more likely to see positive results.
Stalkers are to face a new maximum jail sentence of 10 years following a government U-turn. The Ministry of Justice announced it would adopt tough new measures in the Policing and Crime Bill after ministers conceded to pressure from a cross-party campaign to increase protection for victims. The new Bill is due to return to Commons next week.
You may want to rethink your New Year’s resolution this year if you’ve vowed to swear less, because a recent study entitled, ‘Frankly, we do give a damn: The relationship between profanity and honesty’ has found that the more foul-mouthed and vulgar among us are the most honest.
The gender pay gap falls to 5 percent for millennials in their 20s – but women still face a severe “pay penalty” over the course of their lifetime.
I’m not big on New Year’s resolutions and this is why, but I have vowed to make 2017 a year of positive change. As a twenty-something-year-old woman trying to forge a successful career I’ve already experienced some of the inequalities that still exist in our modern world. From having to tolerate sexist ‘banter’ to earning less money than my male peers I‘ve experienced first-hand the impact of working in a male-dominated environment.
It’s the 29th December and today is the first day in approximately two weeks when I haven’t had a drink. That really does sound like the opening line to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. The thought of raising another glass of prosecco to my lips is quite stomach churning. Christmas, you’ve beaten me. I’m done. So it may come as a surprise that I’m not partaking in dry January.
A recent study of more than 70,000 women has revealed that those with an optimistic outlook on live may live longer than those who do not.
In 2016 the big health trend was clean eating and 2017 looks set to be the year of clean sleeping. In a recent article penned by Gwyneth Paltrow, she says that while diet plays a vital role in her health and wellbeing, so does sleep.
As part of the happiness project my aim for the year ahead is to explore what makes us happy and why. I’ll be stepping out of my comfort zone and exploring whether we can truly influence our own happiness in the modern world.
Why finding time for creative pursuits each day will make you happier and improve overall wellbeing.
I suspect the one thing all human beings have in common is a desire to be happy. The happiness project will be focusing on what it means to be truly happy and how we can influence our own happiness in the modern world.