UK Lifestyle

WATCH: Could Frozen Food Contain More Nutrients Than Fresh Produce?

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 08.11.2013 | UK Lifestyle

When it comes to our health, it's not enough to worry about getting our daily fruit and vegetable intake - there's also the constant dilemma of choosi...

Amazing 'Fountain Of Youth' Gene May Be Able To Heal People Much Faster Than Normal

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Posted 08.11.2013 | UK Lifestyle

It may sound like the stuff that superheroes are made of, but a 'fountain of youth' gene may hold the key to faster healing of injuries and damage cau...

Don't Die Before Your Time, Say Goodbye to Stress Before it's Too Late

Maite Baron | Posted 07.11.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Maite Baron

In the biggest survey of its kind in the UK, a YouGov survey for major health insurer Bupa has revealed just how stressed we are here in Britain.

VOTE: What Was Your Content Favourite In 2013

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 19.11.2013 | UK

What was your favourite piece of content during 2013? At HuffPost, we love great content, whether it’s a must-watch viral video, a brilliantly wr...

Comic Book Artist Takes Tattoo Customisation To A Whole New Level

Rex/The Huffington Post UK | Posted 06.11.2013 | UK Lifestyle

When deciding whether or not to have a tattoo, it's always a struggle to find that one design that will accompany you through your older years and sti...

Prostate Cancer Test 'Accurately Distinguishes More Aggressive Forms Of Disease'

PA/The Huffington Post | Posted 05.11.2013 | UK Lifestyle

A new genetic test has been developed that accurately distinguishes between "pussycat" and "tiger" forms of prostate cancer. By providing a reliabl...

Tackling the Global Stroke Crisis

Jon Barrick | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Jon Barrick

Almost 17million people across the world have a stroke each year - up 68% since 1990. That's a staggering one stroke every two seconds. The new findings from the largest-ever study on global stroke incidence and mortality published last week in the Lancet. More people, on average, are having a stroke three to five years younger than they did 20 years ago. The number of working age people having a stroke (aged 20-64) is up by a quarter. And, perhaps most worryingly of all, the global burden of stroke (disability, illness and premature death) is expected to more than double by 2030.

Being A Customer Doesn't Give You the Right to Be a Bully

Steven Stewart | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Steven Stewart

I have developed the same cynicism as most fully grown adults, yet this is underpinned by a general hatred of all human beings, particularly customers. I still work in customer service as I work my way through my studies, and I have come to learn that my first screaming idiot customer, isn't all that unusual.

How to Have a Holiday on Very Little Money

Harriet Williamson | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Harriet Williamson

Instead of gritting your teeth when you see a 'just off to the Caribbean for two weeks' status on Facebook, why not start planning something budget-friendly and a little bit different?

Women Are Dying Needlessly From Breast Cancer, Experts Have Warned

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Posted 03.11.2013 | UK Lifestyle

Hundreds of poor women in England die needlessly from breast cancer every year, experts have warned. There are around 450 avoidable deaths among wo...

Interview: Chris Hadfield, Author of 'An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth'

Sam Saunders | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Sam Saunders

The book, An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth, combines autobiographical elements with would-be advice on decision making and living life to the full. I spoke to Chris about hanging up his space helmet and taking up the writer's pen.

What Paxman's Interview With Brand Tells Us About Masculinity, Science and Spirituality

Nick Clements | Posted 30.12.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Nick Clements

The Paxman and Brand debate has been viewed over 5 million times, and for me, amongst other things, it very succinctly describes the tension between science and spirituality within masculinity. Paxman, like a school yard bully, slowly circles Brand chanting 'prove it, prove it, prove it.' Brand can't prove it. He is just voicing his discontent, happy not to be able to prove it, which perplexes Paxman.

Here's 10 Marvellously Moustachioed Businessmen

The Huffington Post UK | Asa Bennett | Posted 29.10.2013 | UK

On 1 November, men across Britain will ceremoniously shave off their moustaches to mark the start of 'Movember'. These newly-shaved men will spend...

Surfing Yourself Fit and Healthy | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle

We spoke to professional surfer Tehillah McGuinness who is helping girls and women improve their surfing skills and build their confidence, while learning about the importance of staying healthy and active.

Three Ways to Activate Your Internal Doctor

Dr Michelle K. Nielsen | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Dr Michelle K. Nielsen

One of the principles of a vitalistic outlook of health is that the body is a self-healing and self-organizing organism. It is designed to work properly when it is treated well and given the correct resources.

Vindicating Saturated Fat WON'T Reduce Heart Disease, But Here's What Will

Aidan Goggins | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Aidan Goggins

An observational piece in last week's British Medical Journal had the media buzzing when cardiologist Aseem Malhotra lashed out at governments and the food industry as being culpable in wrongly demonising saturated fat consumption as a leading cause of cardiovascular disease

Flying Frankfurts and General Douchebaggery at Kids Parties

Bytestories | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Comedy

There's something wonderful about children's parties. Kids are remarkably social animals and I enjoy watching them interact. I like to try and work out the little cliques that develop and determine which kid is the glue-eating misfit who was only invited because his mother does yoga with the host.

The Truth About BFFs (And Why You Should Thank Yours Today)

The Huffington Post UK | Georgia James | Posted 31.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle

From the impenetrable bond of Sex & The City’s Carrie and co to the bitching, bullying and backstabbing of the real-life ‘mean girls’ of ‘Made...

Uganda: Next Paralympic Champions?

Lynne Featherstone | Posted 25.12.2013 | UK Politics
Lynne Featherstone

I have travelled back to Kampala for the final leg of my trip with Ade Adepitan to investigate what life is like for disabled people in Uganda. I was very excited about our main event - we were due to meet Uganda's own wheelchair paralympic hopefuls. I was really interested to hear how their training compares to Ade's and to see them in action on the court... It was heartening to hear their hopes for the future. I hope they make the grade. After the UK's own team, I certainly know who I am going to be rooting for.

The Crossed Legs Movement: Colombian Women Get What They Want By Withholding What Men Want

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 25.10.2013 | UK

A group of women in a small Colombian town have used sex to get what they want. No big news there per se, but specifically, they’ve withheld all...

Start Your Business, Seven Steps to Become Ready for Self-employment

Maite Baron | Posted 26.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Maite Baron

By following these 7 steps to become ready for self-employment you could get back in the driver's seat and start your business.

Seven Pitfalls of Personal Development

Sarupa Shah | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Sarupa Shah

The sheer broadness of what personal development is makes it hard to 'regulate'. While some aspects of it are held to some level of account by relevant professional bodies, the influence is weak at best.

Are You Losing Your Mind?

Louise Presley-Turner | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Louise Presley-Turner

Being able to think has great advantages as it helps us function and live our lives. But it's not always an un-mitigating blessing. Our thoughts can trap us if we're not careful. If you find yourself thinking too much about the past you can wind up feeling regretful, sad and guilty.

What Jimmy Savile Has Shown Us About the Male Response to Power

Nick Clements | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Nick Clements

It is very easy to be righteously disgusted by his behaviour, and feel ashamed that we didn't take notice of his victims, however, the death of Jimmy Saville two years ago and the revelations which followed, still leave many unanswered questions about our relationship to fame, and particularly how men react to such power.

Climbing the World | Posted 22.12.2013 | UK Lifestyle

OutdoorBuzz is always keen to find out about new challenges being undertaken by inspirational men and women taking part in outdoor adventure sports. One such woman is professional climber Paige Claassen - who is changing the face of her sport with her exceptional global rock climbing tour called Lead Now.