Almost half of people aged over 60 who are highly active suffer from lower back pain, according to a new study.
Investigating the impact a month off alcohol has on health and longer-term attitudes towards drinking.
A study has found that people who sleep for longer than eight hours a night are at a higher risk of drying or developing heart disease than those who sleep for between six and eight hours.
‘Broken heart syndrome’, which causes temporary heart failure, could lead to long-term damage, according to new research.
A study has found that very few people who try to give up alcohol in January actually manage it.