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Millennial Money: The evolution of retirement — and what it might mean for you

Millennial Money: The evolution of retirement — and what it might mean for you - Now that retirement spans more years than ever, you might need to rethink how you’re envisioning that stage of your life


People should adopt ‘old-fashioned’ ways of staying healthy – Sir Chris Whitty

Making it easy and attractive for people to exercise is one of the most effective ways of maintaining independence, the Chief Medical Officer said.


‘We live in the best house in the world’: five design experts on how to live better in small homes

Australia has some of the largest homes in the world. Many who do live small aspire to one day live big. But around the world, limited space is not always seen as a sacrifice. From Sweden, where the average size of an apartment is 68 sq metres, to Hong Kong’s micro flats as small as 18 sq metres, globally architects are used to getting creative with tight spaces – they must let as much light in and offer individuals and families the same...


Best petite summer dresses UK that we'll be wearing this year

Best petite summer dresses UK that we'll be wearing this year - Floaty frocks for those 5ft4 and under


6 thoughts and actions that only amplify anxiety and worry

Not to worry and be nervous is absolutely normal, albeit very unpleasant. But sometimes anxiety and concern can be so toxic that it hinders one's ability to carry on with daily activities. Our habits and thoughts can exacerbate the situation. Huffpost shares habits that intensify our anxiety and worry. Black-and-white thinking It is also known as "...


How many healthy years do you have left? Use our tool to find out

By 2030, a baby girl born in the UK will have a life expectancy of 85.3 years and a baby boy, 82.5 years. These predictions, based on a study led by Imperial College London in collaboration with the World Health Organization, show a huge increase from the 46-year life expectancy of babies born in the early 1900s. We are, as the statistics show, liv...


‘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


Survey unveils India's rising tide of metabolic diseases

By Dr. Sanchari Sinha Dutta, Ph.D. A large-scale survey conducted by the Indian Council of Medical Research finds a considerably high prevalence of non-communicable metabolic diseases in many Indian states. A detailed report is published in The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology . ...


Best art for bathrooms to stylishly decorate your space

Best art for bathrooms to stylishly decorate your space - For the most striking of salle de bains


Understanding anxiety: Behaviors not to take personally

Sometimes, people experience anxiety sporadically. Typically, worry due to specific events or everyday concerns lasts briefly, from a few minutes to a few days. It's important to understand situations where getting upset with someone isn't necessary, as there are specific reasons for this, according to the "How are you?" psychological community on ...


Habits that destroy our mental health

There are certain psychological habits that often prevent us from living fully and feeling ourselves. They destroy us from within and affect our health and quality of life, according to Mentoly. Contradicting one's own feelings Denying or avoiding one's own emotions can lead to a deterioration of mental health and depression. Advice: Allow yourself...


Big Zuu: ‘Music and cooking make me feel euphoric’

Living in temporary housing as a kid gave me character and hunger. We moved all over London: Victoria, Battersea, Swiss Cottage and Kilburn. Growing up that way made me hate the government, but I also appreciated the system for giving us a home. It’s a weird feeling. I come from a massive family. My dad is one of five, and Mum has 13 siblings; my grandad was busy. I’m from Sierra Leone, where we have lots of kids, and most of our relatives still...


This Guy Lost 80 Pounds and Gained Discipline Through Yoga

Zach Wolf never thought he'd be in a yoga studio in the first place


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.


The table manners under threat from Gen Z – and why we shouldn’t give them up

Elbows off the table was a reflex drilled into me by my grandmother. Even mid-conversation or while ladling out gravy, she had a preternatural ability to detect a joint grazing the tablecloth and would mete out her stern warning instantly. It appears generations following hers aren’t so punctilious. New research finds table manners are a thing of t...


First-time buyers guide: starter flats from 350k to 400k in buzzy postcodes that won't break the bank

First-time buyers guide: starter flats from 350k to 400k in buzzy postcodes that won't break the bank - Finally in a position to enter the market? Your guide to the London hotspots that first-time buyers need to know


How to create a stylish bedscape at home

From headboard to foot.


How to refresh a small living room — 5 easy tips designers swear by

Want to find out how to refresh a small living room? We've spoken with designers to find out how to give yours a new look, and picked out beautiful buys


I started my first diet at 9. At 57, I’ve finally repaired my relationship with food

I was just an average size-14 girl. I didn’t have a lot of weight to lose. If any.


I’m 60 – and want to live to 100. Will my years of drinking and inactivity be a problem?

I am sitting in a consulting room, talking through the results of an unusually thorough health check. The doctor seems happy with most of them, but he lingers on the squiggly lines of my ECG – a chart of the electrical signals in my heart. He’s found something called a “prolonged PR interval”. I’m very happily married to a PR, so this sounds quite pleasant, but then he explains that P and R are points on the squiggly lines, and that I probably...


Interested in the Mediterranean diet? These 7 dietician-approved tips will get you eating like a Mediterranean

Yes, you can have red wine


'I inherited an Italian farmhouse and want everyone to enjoy its beauty'

'I inherited an Italian farmhouse and want everyone to enjoy its beauty' - Oliver Poole was the stunned recipient of Il Bacio, a charming 15th century farmhouse in the rolling vineyards of Chianti. Now you can stay there too...


Capri pants are trending – here's how to style them

Five chic ways to wear pedal pushers


Scientists say these 10 habits will make you happier

Scientists say these 10 habits will make you happier -


Six surprising things that increase your heart health risk

Smoking, an unhealthy diet and a lack of exercise are all bad habits that harm the heart. But beyond these obvious red flags, there are other factors that can dramatically raise our risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke. Vaping While smoking is one of the main factors that raise the likelihood of heart disease, vaping isn’t a risk-free alterna...


The ‘island of immortals’ where residents regularly live past 100


‘I’m 31, earn £60k and buy 1,000 tea bags every other month. This is how I spend my money’

Email [email protected] if you would like to take part in How I Spend My Money. All our subjects are genuine but anonymous. I was born in a very sleepy town. Growing up I knew we weren’t well off, but we never went without. I never thought of myself as coming from a working class family until I went to university, and realised that my parents i...


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


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...


Forget about short shorts, culottes are the style you need this season

Timeless and chic


What is the skin condition rosacea? Plus the best beauty products to help soothe and conceal redness

What is the skin condition rosacea? Plus the best beauty products to help soothe and conceal redness - The best products on the market for sufferers, from skincare to make-up


Makeup artist Bobbi Brown shares 4 easy tips for women over 40

Beauty tips for a busy life from a makeup pro.


I never know what to do with my long hair, but since getting the 'concave cut' my daily styling routine has been so much easier

I'll never get 'just a trim' ever again


USA vs UK: Which country has the better lifestyle?

After Douglas Carswell gave his experience of living in the US as a Brit, Telegraph readers took to the comments section to share their take on life in America. Readers, many of whom have lived in both the US and the UK, admired the lifestyle of Americans, including their healthcare system and career ambitions. Meanwhile, others praised the politen...


Joe Wicks: ‘Spending 15 minutes on small daily wins can change your life’

Joe Wicks: ‘Spending 15 minutes on small daily wins can change your life’ - INTERVIEW : The celebrity fitness coach and presenter chats to Hannah Twiggs about the inspiration behind his new book, the benefits of his ‘small daily wins’ philosophy and his tips for improving both our mental and physical health


31 Ways of How to Bring '70s Fashion Trends Back

With modern touches, the decade's style can easily be updated.


Living in Faro, the Algarve: best areas, cost of living and advantages

Faro, the capital of Portugal's sunny Algarve region, attracts residents and tourists for its natural beauty, cultural heritage and enviable quality of life. This charming city, situated in the south of Portugal, offers a vibrant mix of tradition and modernity, making it a popular destination for those looking to live a quiet life by the sea.


The slow-carb diet may help with weight loss, but is it safe?

Here are the benefits and potential risks


Forget lived-in balayage—Palm Beach blonde is the rich-looking hair trend I want

Palm Beach is the new mob wife aesthetic


8 colorful small living room ideas that will brighten, not overwhelm your space

These colorful small living room ideas are equally chic and cheery. Brighten up a dreary space with personality and expert-approved decor inspiration.


5 Weight Loss Mistakes Men Over 40 Make – And How to Avoid Them

Learn the secrets to getting (and staying) lean


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.


I dreamed of travelling while working remotely — then it became my nightmare

The digital nomad lifestyle is not all it's cracked up to be.


‘After years of failed fad diets + workouts, I started lifting weights'

'At 43, it changed everything'


The year of the bucket list lifestyle: why young professionals don’t want to wait for adventure

The year of the bucket list lifestyle: why young professionals don’t want to wait for adventure - IN FOCUS : Who wants to rent a damp overpriced room in a houseshare when you could be working out of a campervan in-between climbing mountains? Ellie Muir investigates how the rise of digital nomadism has spawned one of the year’s biggest predicted lifestyle trends


How much olive oil is healthy? An expert guide to the superfood

Whether used as a drizzle over salad, a dip for bread or to roast vegetables, olive oil has been hailed for its health-boosting effects for centuries. It was praised an elixir of youth and health in ancient Greece and swathes of studies in recent decades seem to have upheld the claim, concluding that it dramatically lowers the risk of disease and a...


The healthy way to lose six kilos if you’re a man

It’s a figure as uncompromising as the average Briton’s: obesity is now costing the UK almost £100billion a year. Analysis from the Tony Blair Institute published last week described the “sick and impoverished nation” our excess weight is creating, amounting to four per cent of the GDP - that has seen an additional 6kg added to men’s waistlines ove...


‘How I eat a nutritious and enjoyable diet as an autistic person’

Research suggests that eating problems are common in autistic people, here’s how one writer overcame these barriers


What stress really does to your body – and how to stop it making you sick

If stress dominates your life,  you’re not alone. In a global survey for World Mental Health Day in October 2023, 56 per cent of UK residents said they had felt so stressed in the past year it affected how they lived their lives, and 52 per cent had felt so stressed they felt they could not cope. The cost of living, world events and post-pandemic h...


"I debunk wellness misinformation for a living… So, why did I fall for it?"

Given my career, I thought I’d be the last person duped by rogue wellness influencers. And yet…