NZ is up there with the world's 'fattest' countries. What are the thinner, healthier countries doing right?
Australian comedian Rebel Wilson has a refreshing attitude to fashion: good food comes first.
Want to get through winter without gaining weight or getting sick? Tune in to our live chat with Dr Libby.
Bottled water is big business. But should we be throwing them out after a single use?
Put down those lollies - excess processed sugar in your diet, even in small amounts, can fast-track ageing.
Want an "ecstatic birth"? Eat raw food and take sex toys into the delivery room, says America's new birthing guru.
Eating disorders can happen to anyone, at any stage of their lives - including successful, older women.
Why do men have 'power paunches' when woman are, quite simply, just fat?
The ecstatic state of nothingness I achieved while floating naked in a tank.
OPINION: Forget rom-coms, falling in love can be totally terrifying for someone with depression.
Here are answers to common questions about how DNA influences breast cancer risk and what can be done about it.
Research suggests we need to rethink our healthy weight measurements.
Actress who had double mastectomy carries mutant gene that places her risk of ovarian cancer at 50 per cent.
Pasta, English breakfast tea and the odd glass of sauvignon blanc - welcome to Michelle Bridges' kitchen.
Breast cancer expert warns women against knee-jerk reactions after news actress Angelina Jolie underwent breast removal.
May 15 is International Day of Families. Here's how to make sure yours is functioning properly.
Researchers have found that having a pet - especially a dog - may lower your risk of heart disease.
At 25, mother of three Krystal Barter had a preventative double mastectomy. She tells her story.
Let's say you are living in the moment - a little tipsy, maybe - and decide to get a tattoo. Think again, say experts.
Star praises his partner Angelina Jolie after breast removal surgery to reduce cancer risk.
Breastfeeding reduces the risk of mums developing high blood pressure later in life, new research shows.
Eating beetles and caterpillars may gross you out, but experts say their nutritious punch could help fight obesity.
Is soy milk a health alternative to dairy products, or not worth the risk?
New research shows we increase our risks of heart disease with every hour we spend glued to our chairs.
Do so-called boot camps actually work? Simon Day tries to keep up with three trainees.
I've been dealing with these nemeses since I was a pre-teen... but there are solutions.
OPINION: Feel like you're not getting anywhere? Let's cut the BS, here are five reasons why.
A rare strain of drug-resistant gonorrhoea is on the rise and local experts say they are running out of options.
Taylor Swift is apparently desperate to get a body like Gwyneth Paltrow - who is 17 years older.
A study of flu sufferers in Australia has found that women take slightly longer than men to recover.
Jowita Bydlowska relapsed into alcoholism following the birth of her son. She tells her story.
Binge drinking may leave you with more than bad memories and painful hangovers.
Breast cancer will kill hundreds of Kiwi women this year. Myfanwy's family remembers her.
How soon is too soon for kids to start drinking caffeine?
New Zealanders drink too much: clinical psychologist Simon Adamson gives us tips on how to cut down.
Yes, stars have body hang-ups too.
Heart disease and suicide are big killers of the over 40s. Take these tests before it's too late.
Fasts, cleanses and juice binges - true, false or utterly absurd?
Can popping pills really make your hair grow and your wrinkles disappear? Three Stuff readers try them out.
Condensing a challenge into a bite-size time-frame can be liberating. Here's how to become a new you.
If diets worked, there wouldn't even be a diet industry - people would just do it once and be done with it.
OPINION: Samantha Brick, who claimed women hated her for being pretty, is now on the warpath against fat.
Kiwis rank among the top five optimistic of more than 140 nationalities studied.
A gassy gut is no joke, and there's a new diet in town that provides sufferers respite.
Doctors say a stunt involving swallowing cinnamon without water is no joke.
To hair or to bare... down there? Seems there's a new factor to take into consideration.
If you hate that cruel feeling of bloated over-indulgence and regret after dining out, then you need these rules.
It's time to ditch the self-improvement techniques, much of what you've read about self-help is wrong.
Former host of weight loss show says she's put on 48kg and eats breakfasts for three.
Should you love lard or leave it well alone for the sake of your health? It's OK to love it a little, say the experts.
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