Social distancing, self-isolation and, in some cases, quarantine means we’ll be spending more time on our own than ever before, so now would be a good time to stock up on some books and escape the drudgery of the short term disruption we’re facing.

The loss of eyesight can be doubly cruel for an artist, as two Impressionist masters found out. Can there be anything more terrifying for an artist than the thought of losing their sight? For them, it is their source of income and the main way they draw inspiration from theContinue Reading

For a parent or grandparent heart problems can present themselves at any time, but what about your young family? On the 17th March 2012, during a football game between Bolton Wanderers and Tottenham Hotspur, professional footballer Fabrice Muamba collapsed on the pitch suffering from a cardiac arrest. He received lengthyContinue Reading

These superfoods promise to improve both your mealtimes and your health in one fell swoop. Kale It may have become ubiquitous in trendy London restaurants, but not everyone has gotten on-board the kale bandwagon. Time for that to change though, because kale is a great source of calcium, iron andContinue Reading

Why wait until January 1st to make a resolution to follow your dreams? There is no time like the present.

Cycling has seen a surge in popularity over the last few years, with older generations taking the lead. Here we talk to some experts in their field about everything you need to know. Cycling is not just for the young and, to be fair, it has not been for someContinue Reading

A walking holiday in Snowdonia offers far more than a pleasant stroll in the hills, says Josh Stephenson. Without wanting to toot my proverbial horn, I’ve always considered myself pretty good at walking, in fact, I would go as far as to say I’ve mastered it. From the age ofContinue Reading