"No pain, no gain" is a myth. Whether you're a gym first timer or no stranger to training aches and pains, it's worth knowing what ailments you're dealing with and how they could impact future sessions. Pain is there for a reason and alarm bells should start ringing if something comes up. In many instances it's unlikely to be serious, but chances are you need to rest. Niggling tension at the back of your leg? Don't ignore it. Check out these common workout pains and how to beat them. More »Workout Pains And How To Beat Them
Yahoo's exclusive interview with the East Dunbartonshire candidate explores the real reasons behind gender inequality in the workplace More »General Election 2015: Lib Dems' Jo Swinson 'Unconscious Bias Is The Silent Glass Ceiling'
Whether you’re not the biggest fan of breastfeeding in public, or aren’t sure which breast pump to invest in, investing in some helpful products will make the whole experience a lot more smooth and comfortable More »Breastfeeding Essentials That Will Make Every Mum’s Life Easier
So, not only do we have to pay "luxury" prices for something that is clearly not a commodity, but now reports show that we might be exposing ourselves to harmful chemicals. Great. More »Tampons, The Ugly Truth: Paying A Premium For Contaminated Materials
A mum who caused a stir after selling her breast milk online has admitted she has been forced to stop doing it – because her only approaches were from men with a fetish for it. More »Mum Forced To Stop Selling Breast Milk – After Her Only Customers Were Men With A Fetish For It
Save the Children’s annual State of the World’s Mothers has revealed that Britain has missed making the top 10 best places to be a mum – for the third year running More »UK Mums Twice As Likely To Die In Childbirth Than In Poland, Austria Or Belarus
Fad diets come in and out of fashion quicker than you can say Atkins. But what is ‘paleo,’ and what’s it got that other diets haven’t? The paleo diet takes us back millions of years to a time when our ancestors couldn’t nip to the corner shop for sugary, processed snacks. They relied on grass-fed meats, wild fish and organic fruits and veg. Essentially, paleo strips away bad dieting habits, and returns us to ‘basic’ eating patterns; nutrient-heavy foodstuffs that promote great health. Channel your inner hunter-gatherer with these 6 delicious recipes. More »6 Paleo Recipes To Try This Summer
Our new little princess' name has been revealed as Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, with the royal couple choosing to continue their traditional family choices with another classic moniker for Prince George's little sister More »The New Princess: William And Catherine Reveal Royal Baby Name
As the climate gets warmer here in the UK, it’s time to remind ourselves of the importance of sun protection. Research conducted by the British Association of Dermatologists found that three quarters of Brits wouldn’t recognise the deadly signs of skin cancer. More »Sun Awareness Week: Survey Reveals Shocking Lack Of Skin Cancer Knowledge Among Brits
The Location Location Location presenter really wants women to have babies younger More »Kirstie Allsopp: "No One's Lain On Their Deathbed And Wished They Had Fewer Children"
We all make excuses to avoid the gym – it’s too expensive, we’re too tired, the list goes on. However, according to a study made by Curves Australia, the real reason many of us don’t want to brave the bikes and barbells is because of… Lycra. Forget tight budgets and hectic schedules. Research shows that our gym-phobia stems from a fear of what we’ll look like when working out. Kim Kardashian, J-Law and the likes, don skin-tight gym gear without a wobble in sight. But for those of us without a personal trainer and nutritionist to hand, it can be tough sporting Lycra with the same confidence. Recent research has revealed all kinds of surprising truths about our gym phobias – see if you can sympathise with these 3 common fears. More »Gym-Phobia: What's Scaring Us Away?
Kate Middleton leaves the hospital with her yet-to-be-named daughter in a Jenny Packham dress, May 3, 2015. Photo: In sticking with tradition, just hours after giving birth to a healthy baby girl, Kate Middleton exited St. Mary’s hospital—using the front door—with her husband, Prince William, by her side. Sure, the newborn baby was a sight for sore eyes (literally, people have been waiting for a very long time), but it was the little princess’s mum who made an indelible impression on the world. Wearing a white silk dress with yellow flowers, the bespoke Jenny Peckham dress was perfect. She paired the simple silhouette with nude Stuart Weitzman heels, and, obviously, a perfect blow out, not giving off any evidence of the fact that she’s only a few hours postpartum. Kate Middleton leaves the hospital with baby George in a Jenny Packham dress, July 22, 2013. More »Kate Middleton Wore Jenny Packham to Introduce Her Little Princess to the World
Pitch Perfect actress Anna Kendrick plays the part of "accidental meditation instructor" in the latest #MissAdventure commercial for fashion brand Kate Spade More »"Breathe In The Pinkness": Anna Kendrick Stars In Funny Meditation Mix-Up For Kate Spade
Coco Rocha’s baby daughter Ioni may only be one month old, but she’s got a whole lot of social media presence. And we’re not talking about making the occasional guest appearance on her model mama’s profile – this teeny tot has her very own Instagram account. With almost 30,000 followers. More »Coco Rocha’s One-Month-Old Baby Has An Instagram Account: Is This The New Age Of Parenting?
After experiencing the trauma of miscarriage and stillbirth, the Britain’s Got Talent judge admits she isn’t ‘allowed’ anymore children More »Amanda Holden Reveals Having Another Child Would Kill Her: “I’ve Got The Two I’m Supposed To Have”
Vangardist, a German-English men's magazine, has printed an issue with HIV+ blood infused ink in order to try and tackle stigmas about the disease. More »Magazine Produces Issue Printed In HIV Positive Blood To Confront Prejudices
The actress has confessed that breastfeeding her four-month-old daughter has left her with breasts that increase in size when she doesn’t have a chance to pump More »Breastfeeding Mum Blake Lively Confesses Her Boobs Swell When She Doesn't Have Time To Pump
Mid-afternoon coffees, guacamole, sliced ham - how much could you save if you just DIY? More »7 Convenience Foods You Can Totally Make Yourself (and Save Money)
Our mum blogger explains why she’s shown the naughty step the red card… More »Mum Diary: Why I Don’t Discipline My Children
The Irish actor has become the latest in a long line of celebrity parents to complain publically about their treatment while travelling with a baby More »Chris O’Dowd Tweets About Three-Month-Old Son's Airport Drama
What else can you do in Norway if the Aurora Borealis fail to make an appearance? Our travel editor headed to the Norwegian Arctic Circle to discover it’s so much more than the dancing green lights More »Kissing The Wolves: Forget The Northen Lights, Norway's North Is Unmissable
I'd rather fly with a herd of wild pigs than my own small children, says our mummy blogger More »New Mummy Blog: Flying With Children - An Apology To My Fellow Passengers
A landmark study seems to have proved what advocates have said for years – breastfeeding reduces a woman’s chance of developing cancer More »Breastfeeding Reduces A Mum’s Chance Of Getting Breast Cancer – And Of The Disease Returning
Punters have betted on literally everything Royal Baby so far (the due date, the sex, the baby’s hair colour, to name a few). So with pregnant Kate Middleton’s due date passing, it makes sense to start betting on the weight of the baby – with fans reckoning it’s going to be a whopper! More »Royal Baby Watch: Pregnant Kate Middleton Expecting A ‘Whopper’? #GreatKateWait