A lower tax bracket in return for eating your five a day? Could it really work?
Bisphenol A, often known as BPA, is a chemical compound used to make protective coatings and linings for food and…
Everything is better with cake – even a frank discussion about your own mortality
The government’s plan to tackle childhood obesity has met with little enthusiasm
Jamie Murray tells Sian Phillips about sticking with sport, doubles victories and his delight at being an uncle
We can all expect to live longer than our grandparents so, statistically speaking, what have we got to look forward to?
With seemingly relentless demand from patients and reduced budgets, can the NHS survive in its current form?
Helen Donovan is professional lead for public health nursing at the Royal College of Nursing
Dr Adam Greenstein is a senior clinical lecturer in cardiovascular medicine at the University of Manchester
Miriam Rivas-Aguilar is the chief operating officer OF Patient Opinion
Felicity Allman is a spokeswoman on mental health issues
NHS England deals with more than 1 million patients every 36 hours, from repeat prescriptions and routine screening to accident…
The effect sugar has on our health goes far beyond the size of our waistlines
The announcement of a tax on fizzy drinks in the latest budget came as a surprise to many. Pennie Taylor investigates why drinks, why now and whether it goes far enough
How well does the average British family eat?
By Glenn Kearney, head of nutrition for the Lawn Tennis Association, who advises Andy Murray on how to eat well
Once it was taken as medicine and eating it was a mark of breeding. Now it is seen as a dangerously addictive drug full of nothing but empty calories. How did sugar go from desirable to demonised?
The NHS is rarely far away from a crisis. Even so, the last few months have been particularly tough. The…