Charmaine Yabsley Get your five-a-side together and shoot for a great workout, writes Charmaine Yabsley.
Hypnotherapy and weight-loss
Cassy Small Hypnotherapy can unlock the potential of the mind to promote and sustain weight loss, according to a new book.
Charmaine Yabsley Pumping iron regularly assists weight loss and strengthens bones.
Paula Goodyer Commercial baby food has its place - but for training babies to eat a wide range of foods, home cooking is best.
Susie Burrell Having a self-assessed "slow metabolism" is frequently cited as the reason some of us find it hard to lose weight, tone up or change the shape of our body.
Gemma Khaicy The misuse of a body building and slimming drug has spread from elite sport to the public and has led to admissions to hospital, according to research released on Monday.
In the name of science
Harry Wallop Having made a name experimenting on himself, TV presenter Michael Mosley is pushing himself to the limit for science – or, as far as his wife can stand.
Paula Goodyer Let's call it the glucose paradox. Your brain needs glucose - or blood sugar - for fuel, yet when levels of glucose in the blood get too high it becomes the enemy.
Food on the brain
Paula Goodyer Why you don't need to ditch grains for a sharper brain
Workout for free
Emily Marquart Fitness gurus are taking to YouTube and posting their workouts, which means it's easier than ever to squeeze in exercise when you're crunched for time.
New year, new you - but how hard is it to embark on a radical health regimen? Three people put their bodies on the line.
Fitness road test
Georgina Safe The concept is somewhat contradictory: combining the stretching and breathing of yoga with booming and sometimes brash hip-hop.
Catherine Rodie Skate-fit, POUND and Zumba ... how the 'fun-factor' is getting people who resist exercise over the line.
Christie Aschwanden Researchers are finding that fitness has a long-term influence on a wide range of cognitive abilities.
Gretchen Reynolds This year, exercise science expanded and fine-tuned our understanding of how physical activity affects our brains, joints, hearts and even genes, beginning before birth and continuing throughout our...
Converts to HIIT, the fitness craze for 2014, argue that just two 35-minute sessions a week bring extraordinary benefits. Jim White is put through his paces.
Cameron Diaz's new 'Body Book'
Nanci Hellmich Actress Cameron Diaz discusses diet, exercise, and her penchant for bean burritos.
Rachel Clun Want to maximise your workout potential? According to a recent study, you should listen to the right music.
Paula Goodyer If more people aren't embracing the message to get moving, perhaps it's because no one has done a great job of selling it.
Paula Goodyer Why exercise is a smart move for your mind, not just your body.