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The health snob’s guide to coffee

Feeling bleary? If your weekend was a bit loose, we won't judge - but we can help. A new study has found coffee oils and antioxidants in your favourite brew protect your liver, decreasing your risk of cancer by 40% when you consume 3-5 cups a day. Our hipster-approved guide

The ultimate over 50 training plan

With exercise proven to prevent dementia, we unveil our old-school muscle-building plan By Men's Health Posted on November 20, 2017 As a nation our life expectancies are shooting up, and as we get older, our risk of suffering from dementia gets exponentially higher.

Beat the Monday blues with trail running

Case of the Mondays? Exorcise your demons with outdoor steady-state By Matt Evans Posted on November 20, 2017 An endorphin rush to banish the Monday blues is a great way to give your post-weekend fuge its marching orders. A new study from the journal

How dogs boost your immune system

Dog owners have a reduced risk of heart attacks. Are puppies the next panacea? By Edward Lane Posted on November 20, 2017 Think getting slobbered on by man's best friend is making you ill? Quite the opposite. A new epidemology study has found

How much alcohol should you drink?

Use alcohol awareness week as an opportunity to recalibrate your habits before tonight By Tom Stone Posted on November 16, 2017 This week is Britain's Alcohol Awareness Week, an opportunity (should you need one) to identify and potentially solve dangerous drinking habits. Unfortunately,

Spread on heart health with toast

Britain’s most controversial spread is your shortcut to easier slumber. And that’s not all By David Morton Posted on November 16, 2017 As the war on the world's most-maligned spread continues to rage over the breakfast table, the pro-Marmite camp has gone one

The lean man’s guide to bread

According to one of the UK's biggest bakers, Britain's appetite for sliced bread is waning. Thanks to emerging trends for low-carb and gluten-free options, the attraction of the humble sandwich is diminishing. Thankfully, though, you can still cash in on the power of the flour without resorting to boring high

Where to get the best health abroad

More and more patients are leaving Britain and flying abroad for medical treatment, as NHS waiting times have hit a record high.  An investigation by The Telegraph has revealed that people opting for out-of-country healthcare has risen from 48,000 to 144,000, with the NHS struggling to meet the demands of

Why swearing is good for you

The England head coach’s mother may disapprove, but there’s scientific backing to talking s**t By John Paul Nicholas Posted on November 15, 2017 After a swift dressing-down from his mother, England Rugby's head coach Eddie Jones has apologised for swearing on TV. But,


Which is why MH got to grips with five of the most popular – and wallet-friendly – best whey protein products out there.  What to look for Before you part with your hard-earned cash, it's important to understand what it is you are buying, and, most importantly, what to look

What happens when I lose sleep?

New science has compared the effects of lost sleep to drunkenness. Start catching up By Men's Health Posted on November 9, 2017 According to a new study, a bad night's sleep effects your grey matter in a similar way to that of drinking