'My sister ruffles people up the wrong way. In keeping this from her, am I being overly protective?'When it comes to dealing with other people, writes advice columnist Eleanor Gordon-Smith, we all get it a little bit wrong – and a little right
Nine in 10 cases in the US are said to be missed because so few people are getting swabbed.
Cat that went missing on Scottish holiday found 12 years laterRochdale-based Davies family lost Georgie on trip to Loch Lomond, but recent microchip scan revealed cat’s identity
There’s a hidden meaning behind Daisy Watt's painting, with each flower representing a different stage in someone’s fight against cancer.
Antidepressants, which boost mood rather than specifically warding off suicidal thoughts, can take up to two weeks to be effective.
Wearing your face mask is only half the battle in stopping the spread of coronavirus, you've also got to keep it clean.
Dreary chat and no sexual spark: the couples who fell out of love in lockdown. With coronavirus keeping us at home, many of us have been taking a long, hard look at our most intimate relationships – and deciding to end them
I’m bisexual – but worry I'm not as attracted to men as I am to womenI’d feel there was something missing in a long-term heterosexual relationship, but am concerned I am not attracted enough to men to have a monogamous gay relationship
One in two people in the UK is predicted to get cancer at some point in their lives, according to Cancer Research UK.
How we met: 'He spoke to me in a French accent, and I went weak at the knees'Peter Kavanagh, 50, and Franck Thierry, 59, met at a Eurovision afterparty in Copenhagen in 2014. They’re now married and live together in Brighton with their dog
Tree of the week: A maple and a lime tree adopted in honour of two beloved lost sonsIn this weekly series, readers tell us about their favourite trees. This week: a red maple tree and a lime tree in North Yorkshire
Vegan food company provokes with M*** F*** advertising campaign. Leeds-based Meatless Farm says it seeks to build on growth in plant-based eating during coronavirus lockdown
Pizza ovens, BBQs and garden kitchens: a guide to outdoor cookingBackyard cooking is one of the great pleasures of staying at home, and an open-air kitchen can be built cheaply and easily
Family ties and a visit to the ‘Irish mammy state’A trip back home brings isolation to cautious end with some much-missed cuddles
August, month of plenty on the plot. Fewer of us will be taking holidays abroad this summer, but the garden is full of things to do and delight in at home
How we stay together: 'We're just touching each other constantly'. Michael and Alyce Swinbourne’s relationship has survived setbacks, stress and life in a tiny caravan – because the pair put each other’s needs first
'Easy to meet, hard to stay together': share your stories. We could all learn from those who’ve managed to create an enduring relationship, so please get in touch
Improve your relationships – with advice from counter-terrorism expertsEmily and Laurence Alison specialise in communication and co-operation with criminal suspects. But their methods work in the home and at work, too
Nina Sosanya: ‘My greatest regret is not having a dog’The actor, 51, on her idyllic childhood, fixing clockwork devices and learning to be less scared of spiders