7 Reasons You’re Waking Up All Wrong

By Anna Medaris Miller for U.S. News  Did you hit the snooze this morning? Reach for the coffee? Skip breakfast? If this were "How to Wake Up 101," you'd fail. But don't let that keep you...

Scherzinger to star in Dirty Dancing

By BBC Nicole Scherzinger is to star in a TV remake of the 1987 classic movie Dirty Dancing according to reports. The singer, actress and former X Factor judge has been cast as Penny, the dance...

10 Morning Mood Boosters That Guarantee an Amazing Day

By Woman'sDay Start your a.m. off right with these easy tricks. Have you ever noticed that what happens during the morning hours often sets the tone for the rest of the day? When things go smoothly, you...

Rethinking your dinner time could be a total game-changer

From: Redbook Whether it's a late dinner after a long day at the office, or some nighttime snacking, you're probably munching away and thinking, "I can justify this late meal—I'm so hungry!" Or, "this quick...

Foods that you should eat every day

Dr Michael Greger's Daily Dozen Every day, you should aim to have the recommended number of servings from each section of what I call my Daily Dozen: 1 Cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage,...

Turmeric – Nature’s wonder drug!

By Dr Michael Greger For The Daily Mail Ounce for ounce, herbs and spices have more antioxidants than any other food group. This means they can help prevent the initial triggering of mutations in your DNA...

Oscars ratings tumble to eight-year low

By BBC The 2016 Academy Awards pulled in its smallest audience in eight years, according to US ratings data. Some 34.3 million Americans watched the ceremony - a near record low - amid the Hollywood diversity...

Rolling Stones announce free Cuba concert

By BBC The Rolling Stones have announced they are to give a free concert in Cuba later this month. A band spokesman said the show in the capital Havana on 25 March was "the first open...

Grey hair gene discovered by scientists

By BBC Scientists have pinpointed a gene responsible for grey hair - a discovery that could lead to new ways of delaying or preventing this natural sign of ageing, they say in Nature Communications. Hair dyes...

You need broccoli and spinach to protect against deadly diseases

By Dr Michael Greger For The Daily Mail Broccoli can protect against cancer and treat autism, while spinach is the healthiest food on the planet. Here, I reveal how these and other vegetables can transform your...
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