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8 Foods to Lower Uric Acid and Protect Your Kidneys

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Why boho is big this summer

Why boho is big this summer - From revival on the runway to Sienna Miller’s return to the high street: here’s why boho is back and how to wear it.


Can Brooke Shields make the ‘ugly’ Croc truly fashionable?

Rare is the household that doesn’t have a pair of Crocs lurking somewhere between the shoe basket and the cupboard under the stairs. Regardless of your opinion on their aesthetic merits, even the staunchest haters would agree that they’re pretty useful for gardening in. Or maybe – provided it’s dark, and the neighbours don’t see you – putting out t...


Eating breakfast at this time could reduce heart disease risk

A French study suggests that eating breakfast and supper an hour earlier may reduce the risk of heart attack or stroke. This research emphasizes the importance of meal timing for cardiovascular health, according to The Telegraph. The study found that having breakfast at 8 am instead of 9 am decreases the risk of developing cardiovascular disease by...


23 backyard ideas and landscaping inspiration for a stunning outdoor space –in all seasons

From fire pits to vegetable gardens and hard landscaping tips, these backyard ideas will deliver year-round interest to create a cool, convivial spot.


Millionaires reveal 8 frugal habits that helped them get rich


10 Interesting Facts About People Who Like to Be Alone

Here are 10 interesting facts about people who like to be alone. If you like being alone most of the time, you will relate to this list a lot. And if you're more social and outgoing, this video will provide you with valuable insight into the truly amazing world of the lone wolf personality type so that you can better understand the loners in your life. While it's easy to say that people who enjoy being alone are just more introverted or shy, there's actually more to the quiet type. In fact, there are many special personality traits of people who like to be alone. Loners also tend to be highly intuitive people, and their intuition is a powerful guiding force in their lives. So, whether you were born to be a loner or just want to learn more about these folks, you'll learn a lot from this video. ------------------------------------------------------------------ Subscribe To Our Channel for More Videos Like This! TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/brainydose FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/


Why I live in Wandsworth: baker Ruby Bhogal on the dog-friendly 'village' that has it all

Why I live in Wandsworth: baker Ruby Bhogal on the dog-friendly 'village' that has it all - The baker, author and GBBO alumna was so taken with Wandsworth she persuaded her best friend to move there too


How to be frugal: Easy money-saving hacks from people who’ve mastered cutting back

How to be frugal: Easy money-saving hacks from people who’ve mastered cutting back - Living more frugally could reduce stress and help your money go further.


How many litres of water should you drink a day and does tea count?

Drink up!


Michael Moseley names one fruit everyone should eat to lower bad cholesterol

High cholesterol can cause health problems


Maya Jama on her skincare routine, social media habits and nurturing friendships

The Love Island presenter spills on her wellness regime


Living on Lanzarote: advantages, cost of living and why choose it

The island of Lanzarote emerges from the Atlantic Ocean as a unique enclave, a land of contrasts where volcanic nature combines with serene beaches and an excellent climate. Deciding to live on Lanzarote is opting for a particular lifestyle, in which the environment's calm and beauty play a leading role.


I took collagen everyday for two months — here are 3 things that happened

After hearing a lot of good things, it was time for me to try collagen for myself


‘It interprets them as a sabre-toothed tiger’: How cortisol actually deals with daily stressors in our bodies

‘It interprets them as a sabre-toothed tiger’: How cortisol actually deals with daily stressors in our bodies - IN FOCUS: As online searches for ‘cortisol’ reach an all-time high, Olivia Petter examines what the stress hormone really does to our bodies, and how to control it


What life is really like when you’re a hermit

It’s the grainy photo that launched a thousand theories: the so-called “wolf man” spotted beneath the sandstone caves in Harz, northern Germany, clutching a rock in his right hand and makeshift spear in the left. While rumours of a hermit stalking the region have bubbled since 2015, the image released last week is the first to seemingly confirm suc...


"I never worked out - now, at 46, I'm in my best shape ever and proof that it's never too late to find your fitness"

Lavina Mehta MBE built a body for life later in life - and reckons you can, too.


The science behind why husbands who work from home don’t do the housework

She commutes to the office every morning; he stays at home with the children and a laptop. This is now common among young, middle-class families in the area of London where self-described “work from home husband” Daniel Tannenbaum, 34, lives. “At the school my eldest goes to, there are more dads than mums doing the school run, not just in the morni...


Remote island that costs less than a London flat is perfect for introverts


How to lose weight — and keep it off forever

How to lose weight — and keep it off forever - Learn how to control your impulses, and teach your body a new routine, says behaviour change expert Shahroo Izadi


Women Who Win: Shiza Shahid on living with purpose and standing up for what you believe in

We talk to the co-founder of kitchen essentials brand Our Place


5 ways loneliness can negatively affect your health

5 ways loneliness can negatively affect your health - Sometimes you can also feel isolated when you’re around people.


8 Scandi-inspired small bathroom ideas

See our fave Scandi-inspired small bathroom ideas from neutral color palettes to accessorizing with plants. Find advice from design experts to get the look.


A moment that changed me: I was divorced, broke and alone – but I turned my life around with a list

The silence in the flat was deafening. Having lost almost everything in my divorce, it was now just me in a basement studio flat with black mould. I had no TV, no sofa and the wifi wasn’t set up. I sat at a cheap folding table and made a list. Since my life was no longer going to be the way I had planned – marriage, kids, a dog, a late-Victorian terrace in a country town – I was going to try something else. I was going to do all the things on my...


What you can do now to prevent a stroke in the future, according to doctors

What you can do now to prevent a stroke in the future, according to doctors - How to lower your stroke risk at every age


29 Celebrity Pixie Cuts to Inspire Your Next Style

From the iconic 'Rosemary's Baby' pixie to the shaggy "bixie."


London leavers: 'We left behind Bethnal Green to live in a £395,000 old stone house on the Isle of Skye'

London leavers: 'We left behind Bethnal Green to live in a £395,000 old stone house on the Isle of Skye' - Clare Coghill and Dave Stroud drove over 630 plus miles with their rescue dog Peggy to relocate to the Inner Hebrides


Life on the island that was taken over by hippies who lived in caves


Less alcohol, or none at all, is one path to better health

Less alcohol, or none at all, is one path to better health - Moderate drinking was once thought to have benefits for the heart


I completed a 7-day posture challenge and honestly? I'm shocked at what it's taught me about my body

Plus some tips on how to permanently improve your posture.


How much to save for retirement – according to your lifestyle

Whether retirement is just around the corner, or decades away, one worrying truth remains the same – you’re probably not saving enough for it. Despite auto-enrolment pension reforms, which set up qualifying employees with a workplace pension and overall contributions of 8pc, most workers are still not saving enough for a comfortable retirement – an...


‘It probably saved my life’: How a low-carb diet can help with type 2 diabetes

‘It probably saved my life’: How a low-carb diet can help with type 2 diabetes - After he was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, Giancarlo and his wife Katie went on a journey to discover the low-carb diet that would eventually put him in remission


I went solo travelling in my 60s - here's what it taught me

Eager to discover the real Italy, Lorna Jackson, 72, went on a three-month solo exploration. Speaking to GH, she shares the life lessons that she returned home with.


Mediterranean diet: Benefits, heart health and weight loss

Healthy, delicious and adaptable, the Mediterranean diet is one of the very few diets that all the experts recommend. This is partly because it’s not actually a diet, but a pattern of eating derived from the traditional foods and lifestyle found in countries such as Italy, Spain and Greece, which border the Mediterranean Sea. It’s been extensively ...


To live long and strong in retirement, lift heavy weights

Taking up weight-training in retirement can preserve vital strength in later life, research suggests. Danish researchers tracked more than 450 healthy retirees who were randomly assigned to different exercises. The study published online in BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine found that those who took up resistance training with heavy weights fared ...


The nine things I did to give my garden a glow-up in two weeks (on a budget)

Two years ago, I was the newly proud possessor of my own garden, excitedly exploring the possibilities my little patch had to offer. I couldn’t pass a garden centre without going in, and couldn’t leave one having not spent any money. This time of year was when I enjoyed my garden the most: roses blooming; shrubbery expanding; the possibility of eat...


‘They give us liberty with less anxiety’: A teenager, a parent and a teacher on smartphones for under-14s

Cicely Higham, 16, student: why disable the smoke alarm instead of putting out the fire? I wouldn’t mind if it was only in St Albans that headteachers want to create a smartphone-free city for under-14s. I can take reasonable steps not to live there. But banning phones for young people is raised all the time, and it’s the lazy way out. There are noticeable negative effects of extensive internet use: I’m 16, and in the middle of GCSEs – if I...


How to organise your wardrobe like a professional – and save money in the process

With September comes the usual switchover of linen dresses and sandals for knits and boots, the summer holiday gear stored away for another year. It’s a routine with many benefits: “It’s good for the garments but also nice for you to be able to see all  your clothes properly,” says Frej Lewenhaupt, co-founder and CEO of Steamery, which specialises ...


'Smoking Doesn’t Fit In With Her Otherwise Super Healthy Persona, But That's What Makes Her All The More Relatable' - 5 Reasons Why I'm Charley Hull's Biggest Fan

Ahead of the third women's Major of the year, PGA professional Emma Booth sums up why Charley Hull is a breath of fresh air on and off the golf course


Scientists say humans should eat like a salmon to get essential nutrients

Scientists say humans should eat like a salmon to get essential nutrients - Directly eating more wild feed species could have health benefits, researchers suggest


Chris Whitty reveals the 'old-fashioned' habits best for longer life

Professor Sir Chris Whitty has recommended "old-fashioned" methods for the ageing population to remain healthy - insisting falling sick is not "inevitable".


Could the UK learn from the world's happiest country when it comes to work-life balance?

Is this something UK businesses could do?


Best sustainable swimwear brands: Hunza G, OAS and more

Best sustainable swimwear brands: Hunza G, OAS and more - Luxury labels that don’t cost the earth


How do you bring your spiritual self to your job and make sure you are doing more good than harm?

The average person will spend 90,000 hours – about 20% of their waking life – at work. The French philosopher Simone Weil calls work “part of an ever-renewing rhythm of human existence”. ⁠Work is my everyday existence. How can it also be the site of my spirituality? According to some of the major religions, work is a crucial arena for spiritual connection. Mindful work is one of the four paths to enlightenment in Hinduism, karma yoga and Zen...


Is spicy food good for you?

Whether it’s the hottest chilli, a full-flavoured curry or warming cinnamon, find out how spicy food affects the body, and the health benefits it can bring you


Parents feel 'trapped' into living near grandparents to benefit from free childcare

Families are finding they're stuck in a 'parent trap' when it comes to where they live with many needing to be close to grandparents in order to get help with childcare.


10 most relaxing places to live in the UK revealed


Living in Castellon: what it's like, best areas and cost of living

Discovering Castellon is entering a province that offers an ideal quality of life, with a perfect balance between peaceful beaches and vibrant city life. Suppose you're considering making Castellon your new home or you're simply interested in learning more about this gem in east Spanish, this article will provide you with valuable information about what it's like to live in Castellon, the best areas to live and the cost of living.


I knew I had to give up drinking when my daughter asked ‘why is mummy behaving so strangely?’

I’m pretty sure I gravitated towards a career in advertising because of the heavy drinking lifestyle, although I now think that whatever industry I’d found myself in, I’d have been a drinker, because alcohol gave me the social confidence I lacked. My first foray was trying cider when I was 15 and drinking with my then-boyfriend who was older than m...


The 3 Stages of Weight Loss, According to Dietitians

Here's what to expect if you're embarking on a weight loss journey