Should doctors celebrate the rise of e-cigarettes and other alternatives?

E-cigarettes are now the most popular way to quit smoking – more than gums, patches or sprays. Yet they go…

9 Sep 2016

Ten ways to care for your mental health

Did you know about a quarter of British adults have a mental health problem every year? Anxiety, stress and depression…

16 May 2016

Why sugar harms much more than your waistline

Can a crash diet cure diabetes? For the past five years the media has been speculating about whether a very…

5 May 2016

Advice from Andy Murray’s food guru

By Glenn Kearney, head of nutrition for the Lawn Tennis Association, who advises Andy Murray on how to eat well

5 May 2016

Sugar tax: is it fair?

Eating sugar was once a mark of breeding. Now it’s public health enemy number one

5 May 2016

The sugar in Britain’s shopping basket is on the rise

  As the Office for National Statistics releases its Consumer Price Inflation basket of goods, health and wellness provider Benenden…

18 Mar 2016

What too much sugar does to your body — in pictures

  We all have a good idea of how alcohol can affect our body, but what about sugar? A new…

18 Mar 2016

Juice your way to good health

Juice cleanses seem to be all the rage nowadays, with fresh juices popping up everywhere from Pret a Manger to…

22 Jun 2015

Jersey’s Value to Africa

Behind Asia, sub-Saharan Africa has become one of the world’s fastest growing regions. With growth rates of 5.1 per cent…

7 Mar 2015

175 years of watchmaking expertise

A watch isn’t necessarily something that you think of as being a feat of engineering. But there is far more…

21 Jun 2014