Shining out from the mobile phone just inches from your face, a blue glow illuminates your bedroom and keeps your eyes open and unblinking.
Most of us are looking forward to summer. But for 13 million Brits, the warmer months herald the beginning of the dreaded hay fever season.
Increasing numbers of single women and those in same sex relationships are turning to IVF and donor insemination to conceive a baby, data suggests.
Babies’ lives could be saved if women who have suffered a miscarriage are given a hormone in their next pregnancy, researchers say.
Discover the secrets of being a Super Ager: Busy mums share shortcuts to leading a healthier, happier life whatever your age
When Annabel Streets and Susan Saunders got chatting at the nursery gates, they realised they had more in common than the usual stresses and chaos that comes with being busy working mums.
From laughter yoga to drumstick workouts – try all the latest fitness trends at Glasgow’s Sweat It Festival
Ever get tired of doing the same old fitness routine?
Teenager with selective mutism finally breaks silence after decade of speaking to no one but her closest family
Shy, quiet and reserved are three words most strangers would use to describe Savannah McRorie – but to the people who know her best, she has never been more outspoken.
More than 40,000 lives could be saved in the UK by 2030 if people were a healthy weight, research suggests.
A grandmother who lost her hands and feet to sepsis has revealed how she had to battle the deadly condition for a second time.
Good for the sole: Mental health experts hail the power of positive running as Scots are urged to hit the road
You can’t run away from your problems, they say, but maybe they’re wrong.
Treating childhood peanut allergy by gradually increasing tolerance may make the condition worse instead of better, a new study suggests.