Balancing on one leg and testing the strength of your grip are just two indications of how long you might live
You can see it now: Mary leaning over her wooden slats, enquiring just how Gerald’s lawn looks so lustrous in the middle of a drought
Actor Patti Harrison: 'Trans people are a micro-minority – opportunities to play those characters are limited'
The scene-stealing comedian on why she won’t just play trans characters – and her frustration with 'social-media liberal self-back-patting'
Liz Truss must have a pretty narrow view of education if she thinks these institutions are the be-all and end-all for our brightest students
The historical tide has turned so recently, it’s almost unbelievable... and all the more exhilarating for it
Death threats, a stalker and victim-blaming: Charlotte Laws, who features in a new Netflix documentary, recalls her battle with Hunter Moore
The celebrated TV producer talks famous egos, depression and the problem with modern satire
From Bhangra to Le Bon, Peaky Blinders to the Bullring, the host of this year’s Commonwealth Games deserves its moment of glory
A new gene-fixing ‘cure’ could banish daily injections and reduce debilitating bleeds, giving sufferers the life they want to live
The fashion brand's star-studded shows sold us a heavenly vision of scantily-clad 'angels'. But a new documentary reveals the hellish truth
Surgeons at the world-leading Royal Marsden Hospital are taking on ‘untreatable’ cases and offering patients hope where there was none
They're billed as a suitable alternative to tobacco and filling high streets, but can the nation’s youth resist the allure of e-cigarettes?
You don't have to own land to future proof your larder. We ask those those who've mastered it for their best tips and tricks for success
You too could undertake the diet, fitness and lifestyle regime that gave the British tennis star superior lung capacity, endurance and power
She has never spoken publicly about her experiences with Epstein and Maxwell, but Gretchen Rhodes says she’s ‘tired of living in fear’
What happens when a thousand laptop-clutching remote workers meet at a conference in Bulgaria
They’re watching us all on a daily basis – and a source of evidence that could be game-changing for the police
The end of Roe v Wade turns a basic human right into the most disturbing of postcode lotteries
With cases of Type 2 diabetes doubling in just five years, a generation is faced with an alarming health crisis – but how do we solve it?
Blake Lemoine’s revelations have caused uproar – we caught up with him to find out more about LaMDA, the artificial intelligence bot
They’re often overpriced, empty and absolutely everywhere; is our affection for these gaudy sweet shops beginning to sour?
Although restrictions have lifted, some people have no intention of resuming their pre-pandemic lives anytime soon