Around one in five people in Britain describe themselves as flexitarian – a term used to describe those who actively choose quality over quantity when it comes to eating red meat.
More than ONE BILLION people risk permanent hearing loss from loud sounds.
In a recent interview about his Parkinson’s, Billy Connolly described how the illness has left him with “shoogly days”.
When golf legend Bernard Gallacher suffered a cardiac arrest in Aberdeen six years ago, he was lucky to survive thanks to a defibrillator.
Retired laundry worker Margaret Allan’s home has been her haven for 20 years.
‘Every day I wake up feeling blessed to be alive’: Patient hails wonder drug’s impact after devastating diagnosis reveals four tumours
It’s known as the “silent killer”.
Cycling helped Jon Ruszka pedal his way back to good health after a cancer battle.
Widow calls for introduction of tests to spot ‘Celtic Curse’ genetic disorder haemochromatosis after husband dies at 52
Keen golfer Pat Flynn was a fit and healthy man. Trips to the doctor were rare.
Dementia charity compiles list of films with music, interactivity and simple plotlines that are perfect for those living with the condition
A leading dementia charity has compiled a list of film suggestions for families with a relative living with the condition.
He ain’t heavy, he’s my father: Dad sheds half his weight after son encourages him to join martial arts group
A dad says he is fighting fit after losing almost half his bodyweight when his son talked him into joining his martial arts club.
Montrose teenager living with diplegic cerebral palsy enjoys some long-awaited independence thanks to wheelchair power pack
Riley Murray is enjoying some long-awaited independence.