One in 100 children are born with a congenital heart defect annually. David Toms was one of them - then he received another shock diagnosis
As many of us decide to cut back for Sober October, will this really benefit our health in the long term?
Shutting ourselves away in the pandemic means we could be facing a dual health threat this winter – here’s what you need to know
The comedian and former Hollyoaks actor joins Bryony Gordon on the Mad World podcast
Joining Bryony Gordon’s Mad World podcast, the actor opens up on his difficult education and grieving when real life collides with fiction
Housing officer and author Charmain Bynoe joins Bryony Gordon on this week's Mad World podcast
We look at the particular foods that will help you stay strong and healthy in midlife
How good are porridge and other wholegrains for you and can they help slow middle-age spread?
Short workouts can be just as beneficial as longer ones – here are 10 of the best 10-minute workouts to try
Restrictions have now been dropped, meaning we're set to be exposed to an onslaught of viruses. Here's how to turn back the immunity clock
Our lumps and bumps can give us a glimpse into our future – and a chance to do something about it before it’s too late
Given the well-known risks of viral respiratory infections to pregnant women, why were they excluded from Covid vaccine trials?
Prevent the spikes that are a precursor to type 2 diabetes with these small changes to your diet
The Rugby World Cup winner talks about the struggles of living with dementia and why the sport needs to change
Debate has long raged over the use of supplements and new research on dementia has only added fuel to the fire. Here’s what you need to know
It’s all too common for a drug’s side effects to require further prescriptions
From Midlife Fitness Files: The Telegraph’s health series, where we glean advice from midlifers as they talk us through their weekly regime
If you are struggling to get a GP appointment or languishing on a waiting list, here's how to make the health service work for you
Most of us are glued to our screens every day - but does the artificial blue light they emit really damage our health?
The skin condition can make take its toll physically and mentally, but treatment-resistant patients are at last being offered hope