Coronavirus cases may be rising again, but many parents are starting to wonder if they should put their faith in the resistance of the young
With cases of Type 2 diabetes doubling in just five years, a generation is faced with an alarming health crisis – but how do we solve it?
From Midlife Fitness Files: The Telegraph’s health series, where we glean advice from midlifers as they talk us through their weekly regime
The Crown and 10 percent actress joins Bryony Gordon on the Telegraph's Mad World podcast
To dismiss the Netflix hit as a schlocky nostalgia fest is to write off one of the most powerful pieces of television I’ve seen in years
Måns Mosesson, author of 'Tim: The Official Biography of Avicii', joins Bryony Gordon on this week's Mad World podcast
We look at the particular foods that will help you stay strong and healthy in midlife
A study has found a daily serving of wholegrains - as well as several other foods - can help slow middle-aged spread
Short workouts can be just as beneficial as longer ones – here are 10 of the best 10-minute workouts to try
Restrictions have now been dropped, meaning we're set to be exposed to an onslaught of viruses. Here's how to turn back the immunity clock
It’s tricky to master at first, but paddleboarding is worth the effort, combining the beauty of the waterways with a sense of calm
Lower the risk of ‘wear and tear’ arthritis in later life by adopting this expert-approved strategy
If you need help with a troublesome teenager, you may be better asking people at a bus stop than seeking answers in a doctor’s surgery
The former Labour deputy leader explains why you should view weight loss as a journey, not a destination
The rise of a 'more fatal' variant is making the need for boosters more urgent than ever – so how worried should we be?
There’s nothing like a British heatwave to bring out a long list of extreme weather advice, but does it actually work? We asked the experts
Today’s Beyond Pills campaign launch aims to highlight the overprescription of ‘unnecessary’ drugs, something I’m all too familiar with
A desire for the sculpted Love Island Look is driving men to ditch regular meals and get weird about food
Certain patients who initially lost their sense of smell and taste detect ‘fake’ rancid odours, but some are recovering two years on
Her overactive bladder was a nightmare that Brigit Bulla was desperate to fix, but then one doctor suggested an unusual treatment...