Study suggests changes in cooking habits might reduce levels of glycotoxins and help prevent diabetes and dementia
Journal article's warning that packaging is significant source of chemical food contamination is roundly rejected
Scientists found that the loneliest were nearly twice as likely to die during their six-year study than the least lonely
If pushing your enemy into the sea signifies success, then Google's decision to start ferrying workers to its campus by boat suggests the revolt against big technology companies is going well.
A recent study suggests the condition may one day be treatable. What are the causes of peanut allergy – and how far off is a cure?
Next week my daughters turn five.
Lego boy toys have all the fun, pointed out an exasperated seven-year-old in a letter to the company this week. Isn't it time manufacturers acted on children's growing displeasure at gender-stereotyped toys?
Recessions are costly. That was the message from the state of the nation report from the Institute of Fiscal Studies.
Many people living with worsening mental health are invisible, but we can help them by reaching out
The boss of Lloyds Banking Group will this week embark upon his own attempt to repair the reputation of Britain's battered banks by pledging to lend more to households and small businesses as well bolstering the number of women at senior level.