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Human Body May Be Sensitive To The Colour Of The Sky, Report Finds

A sunset may not be just a pretty thing to watch- it could be affecting our health, research suggests. Colour has a greater impact on circadian rhythm – the day/night clock system that regulates bodily functions – than light intensity, scientists have found. In a series of experiments, researchers created an “artificial sky” which reproduced…

WISE WORDS: Loose Women’s Sherrie Hewson On Her Trust Issues, Her Guardian Angel And Why Her Grandchildren Are Her World

Having clocked up 14 years on the ‘Loose Women’ panel, Sherrie Hewson is no stranger to telling everyone what she really thinks about a whole range of topics, so it seemed obvious that the Dame of Daytime would be the perfect person to pose our Wise Words questions to. MORE WISE WORDS: Joe McElderry Talks…

Lost Keys! Phone Battery Low! Run Out Of Toilet Paper! Do Everyday Emergencies Stress You Out?

Everyday emergencies – like locking yourself out of the car, losing an important document or your phone battery dying – have the potential to send us into a spin. “Everyday emergencies can be very stressful for some people and non-events for others,” says Jonathan Freeman, professor of psychology at Goldsmiths, University of London. But why…

WISE WORDS: Robbie Savage On Ponytails At 40, Dealing With Disappointment And Helping Out A Damsel In Distress

HuffPostUK Entertainment is pleased to announce a brand new section – WISE WORDS – where we ask our favourite personalities from all walks of life about some of the things they’ve learned along the way, how they de-stress from their busy lifestyles, and the things they consider the most important. First off the rank, footballer…

WISE WORDS: Sarah Harding Talks Ignoring The Haters, Pleasing Yourself And Taking Time Out For Her Loved Ones, Ahead Of ‘Coronation Street’ Debut (EXCLUSIVE)

In the latest of our new WISE WORDS interview series – where stars from a whole range of walks of life share the important lessons they’ve learned along the way – we’re chatting to Sarah Harding, who has a very exciting few months ahead of her. MORE WISE WORDS: Tinie Tempah: ‘I Surround Myself With…

Cancer Treatment Isn’t Just About Chemotherapy: How Yoga, Meditation And Spa Treatments Improve Patients’ Wellbeing

When you hear the words “cancer treatment” you probably think of radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Both can be gruelling. Blogging on her experience of the latter, Helen Elliott says: “I had days where my hair fell out in clumps, where I felt absolutely exhausted from chemotherapy. “As well as hair loss and fatigue, I also struggled…

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