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It's almost the most romantic time of the year and, up and down the country, couples are planning the perfect Valentine's Day together. But, with restaurants to book, gifts to shop for, and roses to buy, such romance usually comes with a lot of legwork. However, for many people,...

Did you make any New Year's resolutions for 2019? Is one of them aiming to get fitter over the next twelve months? If you did, you're not alone: 41% of those setting targets at the turn of the year make boosting their exercise regime a priority (YouGov). However, while...

Welcome to 2019! If you're anything like the millions of Brits who set themselves goals for the new year, you've probably got your own list of aspirations that you're trying to achieve. But, if you haven't already, there's one promise you should be making yourself, and that's kicking...

As Christmas is just around the corner, you're probably finalising your plans to spend quality time with your friends and family over the next few weeks. There's also a lot of other things to think about, like buying those last-minute gifts, attending the office party, and making sure...

Dogs are one of the UK's favourite pets, with 24% of the us Brits sharing our homes with them (PDSA). It's easy to see why they're so popular: not only are they cute, furry, and always up for a cuddle, but they provide a sense...

For the majority of people, the boundaries between the time they spend awake and the time they spend sleeping is as clear as, well, night and day. But, for those that need to work through the dark hours, the boundaries are much less well undefined. According...

When it comes to sleep disruptors, it's universally agreed that caffeine and alcohol are two of the worst out there. However, while many people are wary of drinking a cup of coffee or an energy drink before sleep, most alcohol consumption occurs in the evening,...

Compared to adults, nightmares and night terrors are more commonplace among children, often causing disturbed sleep for parents as they try to reassure their little one and lull them back to sleep. However, despite having many similarities, nightmares and night terrors are very different. While almost...

With this year's long, hot summer a distant memory, most of us are coming to terms with the frosty weather that's starting to arrive. And, when you're not outside stomping through fallen leaves or planning your Halloween costume this October, it's worth taking a minute...