How much do you know about your parents and grandparents, and their life experiences? What the field of epigenetics is just discovering, has long been known by homeopaths: that the experiences of our forebears can affect our physical and mental health, generations later. Read more
Once upon a time, Tesco could do no wrong, with stores springing up all over the world. Now, as it reports its worst losses ever, Liz looks at how our shopping habits are changing and what it might mean for the future of supermarket shopping. Read more
The infectious art vibe of West Africa comes to West London in an exciting collaboration between Lacey Contemporary and Aabru Art. Transcending Boundaries runs from the 24th April until the 11th May at Lacey Contemporary, 8 Clarendon Cross, London W11 4AP. Read more
Illness, poor health, hormonal imbalance, stress, pregnancy, menopause, vitamin deficiency, allergies, genetics…what DOESN’T contribute to the appearance and health of our hair? But achieving healthy hair is within your power – and it starts with your diet – from walnuts to lentils, from peppers to quinoa and shellfish.
Is there no limit to what women can do? There are more women on boards, more women business owners and entrepreneurs than ever before. We believe that nothing can stop us…until, that is, we think about starting a family and our worries about fertility set in. Read more
I remember the cold day in February 1992 when I walked away from my son’s nursery school having been told that he was not ‘like the other children in the group’. I had never heard of Asperger’s Syndrome, a form of autism, but I’d had my suspicions something was unusual about Charlie. Read more