UK Lifestyle

99-Year-Old Brit Thought To Be World's Oldest Person To Beat Cancer

The Huffington Post | Rachel Moss | Posted 23.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle

A 99-year-old is thought to be the oldest person to beat cancer in the world after recently undergoing bowel cancer surgery on the NHS. Grandfather Vi...

Low FODMAP Diet: Warm Halloumi and Potato Salad

Emer Delaney | Posted 23.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Emer Delaney

This Mediterranean warm halloumi and potato salad is the perfect lunch on a hot summer's day. It's quick and easy to make, spicy and full of flavour and, whether your guests are meat lovers or vegetarians, they'll LOVE IT!! It's also perfect for anyone following a low FODMAP diet such as people with IBS or digestive disorders.

The Difficulty with Ditching Meat

Ioan Marc Jones | Posted 23.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Ioan Marc Jones

'Don't you miss meat?' This is the first question posed by the friends and family of the newborn vegetarian. The question, for me at least, isn't offensive. And the answer isn't complicated. I rarely miss the taste of meat - although I occasionally dream, like a vegetarian android, of mint-coated sheep - but I do miss the loss of ritual that accompanies meat consumption.

Ten Surprising Things About Grief

Alexandra Massey | Posted 23.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Alexandra Massey

My husband Pete died suddenly last year. His death was completely unexpected. Well to me anyway. But others have since told me they saw it coming. But I didn't. And even though he'd been ill for a long time, I thought he was going to live forever.

One Week on and We Are at Peace

Karin Sieger | Posted 23.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Karin Sieger

Your beloved cats don't come to you on the bed, so I hear. The one called Little Sock does not part from your mother's side. Perhaps they give you space. Perhaps they have started to let you go. Your mother says she is strong, now, but does not know about after... how she will cope. She will be 80 next month. Her only child is dying.

Try-oomph

Danielle Wood | Posted 23.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Danielle Wood

By definition, success is accomplishing an aim or purpose. Success is subjective: to one it is working on Wall Street while to another it's efficientl...

Why I'll Be Wilder in June

Tiffany Francis | Posted 23.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Tiffany Francis

I've always been drawn to wildness. My infant days were filled with bluebell walks and mangled badger bones kept in jars, while rainy evenings found my little heart caught in the perils of Farthing Wood videos.

Getting Your Skin Summer Ready

Seena Seka | Posted 23.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Seena Seka

Finally, with warmer weather soon to arrive, is your skin ready for the extra UVA / UVB exposure? Sunny days generally mean more bare flesh - so now is the time to make sure your skin is looking its best and continues to do so with adequate protection!

Damning Report Says You Should Ignore Official Diet Guidelines And Avoid 'Low-Fat' Food

The Huffington Post | Rachel Moss | Posted 23.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle

Official guidelines that urge people to follow a low-fat diet are having "disastrous health consequences" on the nation, a new report has warned. The ...

Tom Cridland's Five Top Wardrobe Choices

Tom Cridland | Posted 23.05.2016 | UK Style
Tom Cridland

I like dressing flamboyantly and in bold colours that make me happy. I apply a buy less, buy better attitude to fashion and accessories, and I love collecting things and wearing them again and again. The two collections of mine that I am most proud of are of shoes and sunglasses.

This Is What I Learned, Living in an Intensive Care Unit

Suzanne Askham | Posted 22.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Suzanne Askham

Recently I had the rare and shocking privilege of living in an Intensive Care Unit, or ICU, for three months. I was not a patient, nor a member of sta...

The Rise In Female Suicide: What Can We Do To Prevent More Deaths?

The Huffington Post | Natasha Hinde | Posted 30.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle

Suicide rates among women have risen by almost 10% in the past year. In 2014, there were 831 cases of female suicide in the UK. This figure then rose ...

If You Have a Friend With Anorexia, Here's How You Can Help

Sarah Ann Harris | Posted 20.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Sarah Ann Harris

When I first came to London, I moved in with a friend from school. It was an exciting time for me - new city, new housemates, new life. But it very quickly became clear that she was not well.

Woman Claims Gym Called Her Outfit 'Inappropriate' Due To Her Chest Size

The Huffington Post | Rachel Moss | Posted 20.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle

A gym-goer has claimed she was body-shamed by staff at her local health club, who said her workout clothes were "inappropriate". Rose Nickels says she...

Yours for £1 - This Stunning National Trust Farm

Richard Neale | Posted 20.05.2016 | UK
Richard Neale

We want an experienced shepherd, able to move their flock of sheep to ensure that sensitive habitats get the grazing they need. Plantlife Cymru have kindly offered to purchase the farmer's new flock. The National Trust will offer the successful applicant expert conservation and farming support, as well as providing a farmhouse with picture-perfect views over the North Wales coast.

When Depression Wants You Back

Emily-Jane Clark | Posted 20.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Emily-Jane Clark

have this old friend. She occasionally turns up at my door, totally out of the blue. I don't see much of her any more but when she is here, it's like she has never been away. We met shortly after the birth of my eldest child. She came into my life and managed to get her feet firmly under the table.

For Good Mental Health, Stable Relationships Are The Bookends Keeping Everything Together

Nikita Moody | Posted 20.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Nikita Moody

As someone diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, I have struggled with relationships for as long as I can remember. This struggle manifests itself in pushing people away, seeing others as only good or bad, lots of jealousy and a number of other behaviours.

Are You the Kind of Person You Would Date?

Kathrine Bejanyan | Posted 20.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Kathrine Bejanyan

Often we expect too much from a partner when we ourselves haven't yet mastered these values. Frequently people think, when I find the "right" partner then I will be this way or that. How many people say they want trust in their relationship, yet the second, their partner does something that seems suspicious, they go through their partner's phone, look for evidence of cheating, or scream accusations at their partner?

Pornhub's New Game Helps You Get Fit While Having Sex

The Huffington Post | Rachel Moss | Posted 20.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle

"No matter how busy you are, you'll always find time to get busy." That's just one of the oh-so-cheesy sells from BangFit, the new sex-based workout c...

This Simple Weight Loss Method Works Just As Well As The 5:2 Diet

The Huffington Post | Rachel Moss | Posted 20.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle

If you're looking to lose weight longterm, the 5:2 diet may not be the best plan for you. The plan requires dieters to eat normally for five days of t...

6 People Reveal The Impact Relationships Have Had On Their Mental Health

The Huffington Post | Rachel Moss | Posted 20.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle

Having someone to talk to when you're living with a mental health condition can make the world of difference. Luke, 33, suffered in silence while liv...

Acceptance - No Approval Needed

Kelly Knox | Posted 20.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Kelly Knox

Disabled is not a word I would chose to describe myself, society describes me that way and I accept that. I am proud of who I am, my body has given me gifts and strengths where if I was born with both hands - I might not have had.

Notes on Denmark: People and Practices

Harvey Wilks | Posted 20.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Harvey Wilks

Eight months after moving to Denmark, I'm now straddling that crepuscule between things being novel and others becoming the norm, so in this lucid moment I wanted to jot down a few observations, about my experience of Denmark and, more importantly, about the people who hail from it - an invitees examination, if you will.

The Advantage of Adversity: A Different Perspective on Depression

James Shillcock | Posted 20.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
James Shillcock

The one thing that running a business has taught me is that things are never constant. Things are never permanent. You cannot separate the highs and lows or have one without the other, so you must learn to accept the process and understand that it's part of the journey.

Shaved Asparagus Salad

Linda Duffin | Posted 20.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Linda Duffin

New season English asparagus is naturally sweet and grassy and is just as good raw as cooked. Try it this way with fresh, raw broad beans and peas in a lemony, creamy vinaigrette and sprinkle over a handful of quickly sizzled smoked pancetta as I did, or dollops of soft goats' cheese.