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Here at Woman’s Weekly Fiction Department we love to hear from you and receive short story submissions for both our weekly magazines and Fiction Monthly specials. If you are a…

There are a number of organisations trying to educate us on how to stop wasting food. The People’s Fridge Disposing of food waste in London costs a staggering £50m per…

Whether it’s work or money worries or a delayed train, the average adult spends two hours and 11 minutes of every day feeling stressed. A recent survey revealed that being…

Did you know that it’s easy to improve your mood in just one day? Here’s what you should do between waking and going to bed. 7am: Let In The Light…

Take a siesta When you’re on holiday, it’s permissible to have a little snooze by the pool or in your room to escape the heat of the afternoon sun. A…

Chocolate The bad: ‘Chocolate contains a stimulant called theobromine, so eating too much may overstimulate your adrenal glands and nervous system,’ says Brighton-based nutritionist Kirsten Chick (connectwithnutrition.co.uk). The good: Dark…

The worst place to…put your handbag The kitchen counter Handbags collect germs from public transport, public toilets and restaurant floors. Studies indicate up to 10,000 bacteria per square inch…

What is a food allergy? ‘Food allergies are related to the immune system,’ explains Holly Shaw, nurse advisor at Allergy UK. ‘It’s where the body identifies a normally harmless food…

Three members of the Woman’s Weekly trial a selection of popular health gadgets over a four-week period. Here’s what happened… The fitness tracker Editor Diane tries the Jawbone UP3 fitness…

From exercising for twenties minutes a day to snacking on chocolate and having a clear out, we reveal 15 things that can help you beat the blues. Walk Barefoot On…

Losing weight can be a struggle, but the good news is that, thanks to developments in technology, there’s a plethora of new methods to support you as you try to…

We’re bombarded with foods and drinks which claim to boost our wellbeing and trim our waistlines. But behind the hype, it seems some of the things we consume may not…

We have more than 100,000 hairs on our head and on an average day around 100 fall out. They grow at about half an inch per month until they reach…

Woman’s Weekly dilemmas expert Keren Smedley answers a selection of the letters she’s received… Q: My wife and I split up 18 months ago and I’ve met a lovely woman.…

Heading out to the shops this week? It’s worth knowing that new consumer rights, set out in the Consumer Rights Act 2015, now cover everything you buy. For the first…

Being more active is one of the most popular New Year resolutions. And it’s a good one. Officials from Public Health England warn that lack of exercise is not only…

Most of us make New Year’s resolutions but only one in 10 of us will achieve them, and many of us will ditch them this week – less than a…

There’s been a real buzz around the word hygge for quite some time now. Pronounced ‘hoo-gah’, it’s the Danish term for the feeling or mood that comes from taking genuine…

Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins have undoubtedly become one of the nation’s best-loved presenting duos over the years. Currently appearing on BBC’s The Great British Bake Off, the pair never…

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