Please, it doesn’t have to be this way.
Let's talk about ~throbbing members~.
Please join me in resolving to make 2018 actually great.
Listen, there’s no magic strategy that will solve all your problems, but these things might help.
Life hack: Don't diet.
Trust. It's 100% possible to be single and living a happy, fulfilling life.
Strength can be physical, mental, and political.
"They represent another part of myself that I’m 'supposed' to hate, but I refuse."
Let's do this, 2018.
"Loving your friends doesn't mean liking them all the time."
Simple ways to save and smart ways to spend.
Simple steps you can take to feel a little healthier this year — whether it's mentally or physically.
Emergency contraception doesn’t work like that! Warning: Some spoilers ahead!
Seriously, your sex life *always* has room for improvement.
Ridiculously easy ways to cook a little healthier that even lazy people (like myself) will be able to make a habit.
Because life can get rough sometimes.
Sometimes you just want to pick up your dog without throwing your back out.
Parents are being urged to provide healthier snacks to children but which snacks are the most calorific?
Having a dream where your partner cheats on you is not the universe telling you that it's going to happen, guys.
Tips and tricks that will make cutting down on added sugar a little bit easier, from people who've been there.
*pops champagne bottle, kisses reflection*
These experts have two goals: To help people have better relationships with food, and to dismantle the diet-first mindset.
The women - who have all battled against cancer - are raising money for two charitable causes.
You are not alone.
Parents of a three-year-old who died from a rare illness said they want to "learn" from his death.
A mother describes the affect her 12-year-old son trying to kill himself had on her own mental health.
Romance is in the air.
Use these recipes to make grab-and-go snacks, easy breakfasts, and delicious smoothies.
Say hello to the Goodful 2-Week Healthy Eating Challenge 2018!
Chris Barker hasn't let a diagnosis of Crohn's disease stop him from becoming a personal trainer.
"I feel a connection to BoJack that I have never felt for another fictional character. I feel REPRESENTED by him."
Some of these are offensive or just plain wrong, or cause people to think not-so-great things about their bodies.
All Maggie wanted for Christmas was toilet roll to play with, so her family got creative.
A woman starts a website to help disabled people navigate hospitals and flag up their facilities.
There's no such thing as cleansing your body with juice.
It's just a really good time to consider getting the bibimbap, the McRib, the epic burger, and the Indian buffet.
A list of tips, tricks, jokes, and confessions about the female body.
Singers with sickle cell disease take over London St Pancras.
Christmas came early for these care home residents when they were visited by two little donkeys.
Twins who were born more than three months early have finally made it home.
Fappy holidays, everybody!
Kaci Sullivan's second child came after he began to transition and start living as a man.
Tina Gibson's daughter was born from an embryo that had been frozen for nearly 25 years.
Patients battling eating disorders in Northern Ireland often have to leave the country for treatment.
Here's how to be an emotional prepper this holiday season.
"Losing my breasts gave me a strength I wasn't aware of. And the strangers on my chest now remind me daily how resilient I can be."
"While everyone else is celebrating, I am by myself. Or even worse, surrounded by couples and families."
"I just want to jump as high as the girls in the tampon commercials."
How scientists are working to keep us healthier, for longer.
A couple whose son spent his first Christmas in hospital are giving presents to premature babies.
Tell us what you wish other people knew — and what isn't talked about enough — when it comes to stretch marks.
We're talking about shows and movies that looked beyond the stereotypes this year.
Tbh, these are the best vibrators, butt plugs, and dildos in my sex toy drawer this year.
Because sometimes, relationships take work.
A Scottish government pilot project is helping women who can't afford sanitary products.
The Department of Health is coming under pressure to issue more guidance on the practice.
People over the age of 80 give their take on how to age the right way.
More children and young people are calling helplines about suicidal feelings, charities say.
Firefighter Alex Hume gave his daughter a kidney, after years of being deemed incompatible.
It’s not as easy as just ~getting out there~.
Irene Obera, 84, is one of a growing number of so-called 'superagers', who are living long and healthy lives.
When Dawn May was diagnosed with the disease she wanted to teach her new grandson about it.
Joy Milne has an amazing sense of smell that is bringing amazing results for scientists studying Parkinson's disease.
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson was the first woman to qualify in Britain as a doctor.
Luton & Dunstable hospital has the best-performing A&E in England. The BBC's Hugh Pym explains why.
Ian Shaw was sent home to die, but a doctor queried that decision after seeing his story on the BBC.
Ella Ebaugh was awarded a $57m payout after a mesh implant left her disabled.
"Living with PMDD is almost like being two different people."
We’ll get through it...right?
This year was FULL of surprises. Some of them were disease outbreaks — including the plague (yes, the plague). Here’s what you need to know.
Share how you've upped your sex game ~physically and mentally~.
How pioneering gene therapy has given a haemophilia patient a new lease of life.
We took to the streets of London to find out if you think 'man flu' is a real illness.
A study suggests that offering shopping vouchers can increase breastfeeding among new mothers.
"I don’t think I understood how dangerous hopelessness is."
Max Olivares has a rare heart and lung condition, which requires a complex transplant operation.
Are campaigners standing outside abortion centres harassing women?
Working out can actually be fun (allegedly).
Delicious breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack options, from all over the internet, that you'll definitely want to try.
"Would it help if we sacrificed a goat?"
Winter is coming, and so is the common cold. Here's what to do when you start feeling like you’re getting sick.
Nonfat eggnog and and sugar-free cakes are gross. Don’t @me.
The parents of a boy, six, who died from meningitis B have called on all children to be vaccinated.
Care home residents in Wales have been decorating their Zimmer frames to make them more identifiable.
A mum is taking photos of herself on the loo to campaign for disabled toilet facilities.
A mother dying from breast cancer has set up a campaign to expand a screening programme.
University student Averil Hart's family said she starved herself to death in 10 weeks.
Mother-of-two Hannah Freimanis suffered flashbacks after the traumatic birth of her first son, Marleigh.
George Hodgson tells the BBC he sought treatment for his mental illness, but faced a long wait.
Tania suffers from extreme migraines that cause vomiting. A new treatment could ease that.
Pete Hirst has bipolar disorder and was sectioned after a spell of psychosis.
A gynaecologist from Brighton was the first doctor in the UK to enable a HIV-positive man to conceive a child who was HIV-free.
Isobel took part in an intensive weight loss programme to reverse her type 2 diabetes
Tell us how to save it, spend, it, invest it, literally anything we should be doing with it.
Turns out, resilience comes in MANY forms.
Like having the strength to complete one pull-up. JUST ONE.
Tell us what no one talks about — but should — when it comes to having a mastectomy and life afterwards.
Here's to all the weird interests 2017 tricked us into picking up.
"It all happened so fast — she went from feeling a little sick on Sunday to being gone by Tuesday afternoon."