If we ever needed an excuse to indulge in sunshine-filled holidays then this is it. According to scientists, that big yellow
In Ayurveda summer is associated with Pitta and its qualities of heat and the element of fire. Although we need fire to digest, transform and metabolise, too much fire can literally cause burned-outs, anger, stress, heat rash and heart burn. When the external fire, the sun, is excessively hot we can try to create balance by reducing other sources of heat and embracing cooling practices.
Me and hot weather don't get on. And before you all start I know I shouldn't complain because it's lovely to see the sun... blah..blah..blah.. and we don't get enough of it... etc... etc... and we need to make the most of it... but the truth is... I don't like it.
NASA has reported that a shockwave from a massive solar flare will hit the Earth on Friday -- possibly knocking out communications
If tomorrow doesn't involve sunglasses and a cold pint - you're doing it wrong. This weekend could see Britons basking in
With spring officially in full bloom, now is the time of the year where we dig out our shorts or bikinis from the back of our wardrobes, locate our sunnies and start looking forward to our summer holidays. But how does the sunshine affect our dating habits?
Britain enjoyed temperatures comparable to areas of Greece as sunshine made a welcome appearance on the Bank Holiday. But
A warm ray of sunshine doesn't just instantly make your day and helps you get up easier - it can improve your weight, research
Now, we don't want to jinx it but there are whispers abound the sun is set to stay out for all of March. Even more tentatively
Exposing skin to sunlight may help to reduce blood pressure and thus cut the risk of heart attack and stroke, according to
Experts are urging Brits to boost their Vitamin D levels during the bleak winter months of January to March, when more of
I am confronted by a dead pigeon. Its body hard pressed and flattened to the floor. Its face contorted to a fixed expression of doom. Its guts spread across the road. I sigh. We are one. Its state reflects how I am feeling.
Temporary scaffolding has been put in place to shield businesses after a skyscraper was blamed for starting fires and causing
Britain will finally bask in blue sunny skies after what had initially been a wet Bank Holiday and Notting Hill carnival
Britain's glorious spell of sunshine will be brought to an abrupt end this weekend after the Met Office issued a weather
The heatwave may be leading to MPs worrying that you should be sent home from work, but many businesses see the sun as a
Britain will continue to bask in sunshine and soaring temperatures today as the heatwave shows no sign of abating, forecasters
Britain 's first heatwave for seven years has taken meteorologists by surprise- and there is no sign of the mercury plummeting
At this time of year I see many patients who are trying to distinguish old wives' tales about hair loss in the summer months from anecdotal truths and plain facts. So, what should those wary of thinning hair be aware of?
"Past that it is hard to be certain, but we don't have much rain at all forecast for the next seven to 10 days." But police