When Kishan Shah weighed 180 kilograms, he wanted to lose weight but was too ashamed to step foot inside the very place that would help him to achieve that.
Sarah Berry is a Life & Style reporter.
A new study, conducted over 20 years, has explored the health consequences of crappy relationships. Researchers found that people whose blood boils regularly with anger are at greater risk of high blood pressure, while those who go cold emotionally better watch their backs.
I stood, clutching my champagne glass with sweaty palms, and tried to look enthralled by the floral arrangement.
Time spent sitting in traffic is enough to raise most people's frustration levels. Turns out it raises more than that.
Seduce my mind and you can have my body, wrote MD Waters in her novel, Archetype.
A magic pill is a sexy concept. With it we can instantly remedy any wrongs in our diet or lifestyle.
When Layne Beachley was competing for her sixth consecutive world title she was in a state of despair.
Instagram fitness models and trainers have become celebrities, with young women and men following their pages religiously for #inspo.
The top gun opens up about a near-crash and the one time he has been scared in a plane.
Die elegantly while you run up the hill, I say to myself, before I die inelegantly, folding forward with my hands on my knees and gasping for air from burning lungs.