Thought the novel was racy Wait until you try the Fifty SHAPES of Grey workoutFit in the City columnist Ruby Warrington tries a seductive workout By Ruby Warrington PUBLISHED: 22:00 GMT, 26 January 2013 | UPDATED: 22:15 GMT, 26 January 2013 It was about a year ago when New York personal trainer Kristen James first noticed the whispers.
'I think men are much weaker than women': Under the microscope with Joe Calzaghe By Sarah Ewing PUBLISHED: 01:25 GMT, 22 January 2013 | UPDATED: 01:25 GMT, 22 January 2013 The former world champion and Strictly star, 40, on getting man flu, pushing himself to stay in shape and having a high pain threshold 'Compared to a regular 40-year-old I'm pretty fit,' said Joe Calzaghe STILL FIT AT 40 I’m nowhere near fighting condition, but compared to a regular 40-year-old I’m pretty fit.
Tick-box GPs ordered to spend more time with your patients: Family doctors told to focus on dementia sufferers or lose funding GPs will be rewarded for helping patients control blood pressure and cholesterolThey will have to concentrate on spotting early warning signs of illness and dealing with long-term conditions Critics say the changes could be 'deeply damaging' to patientsThey are expected to result in cuts to GP pay | UPDATED: 12:08 GMT, 7 December 2012 Family doctors will have their pay for doing ‘tick-box exercises’ slashed to encourage them to spend more time on preventing serious illnesses.
Here's an incentive to exercise: Women report experiencing orgasms in the gym Study shows orgasm 'is not necessarily a sexual event' | UPDATED: 17:20 GMT, 19 March 2012 Many women who visit the gym experience a rather unusual side-effect, according to a study about sexual pleasure.
'I would have plastic surgery to sort out my nose and my ugly, unshapely feet': Under the microscope with Sue Johnston | UPDATED: 23:04 GMT, 12 March 2012 The Brookside actress, 68, admits her body hang-ups as she answers our health quiz.
Yes, you CAN think yourself thinner: The mind exercises that can help you stay slim Every year we spend millions on diets and gym membership, but obesity specialists increasingly believe the problem doesn’t lie in what we eat or how much exercise we take, but how we think.
Facebook is GOOD for you: Social networks relax the heart rate and trigger 'a natural high' Websites like Facebook may actually be good for you, according to the latest psychological study on users.