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  • PROTEIN 2.0
    In the ongoing conversation about the best eating routine for achieving health goals, one of the OG macronutrients is undergoing a major rethink – and with good reason. Is it time to switch up your protein?
  • A Bringing her game
    Six months after England’s Lionesses brought football home, their captain is still climbing down from the fairy tale. Here, Leah Williamson opens up about performance anxiety, endometriosis and football bosses who pay lip service to the women’s game
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  • Rhythm of life
    People with dementia often lose the ability to speak to loved ones, but an uplifting study by Northwestern University has highlighted the power of a good tune. Musical memories can remain even after language is gone, so when patients were played the songs of their youth by a live band, they were able to build an emotional connection with their caregiver as they interacted through song and dance.
  • Are wellness vapes healthy?
    A new wave of vaping products has arrived with the promise of providing an effective delivery system for the vitamins you need to stay well. But is it all smoke and mirrors?
  • ADD TO YOUR ALLOWANCE
    Three fail-safe ingredients to boost your vitamin intake
  • Get up and go
    We can’t promise this move will overhaul your energy, but this full-body burner will add some fire to your core routine
  • Hormone mapping for menopause management
    It promises immediate health insights. But can a simple blood test really be the key to a better menopause?
  • …I build a habit
    Aiming to make 2023 the year you fill up that Moleskine diary? Here’s what goes on when a new activity starts to become second nature
  • Ask the Fit Squad
    Want to run further, lift heavier or nail your first pull-up? Each month, we put your questions to our team of the finest fitness brains to give you the tools you need to make good on your goals
  • Meet the squad
    The team share their favourite type of workout
  • A Bringing her game
    Six months after England’s Lionesses brought football home, their captain is still climbing down from the fairy tale. Here, Leah Williamson opens up about performance anxiety, endometriosis and football bosses who pay lip service to the women’s game
  • Raising the bar
    January is a good time for many things, but giving up chocolate isn’t one of them. With that in mind, we’ve looked beyond the humble bar to bring you novel ways to satisfy your cravings
  • PROTEIN 2.0
    In the ongoing conversation about the best eating routine for achieving health goals, one of the OG macronutrients is undergoing a major rethink – and with good reason. Is it time to switch up your protein?
  • Is meal timing sabotaging your weight loss?
    There is mounting evidence to suggest the body clock plays a bigger role in weight management than previously thought. WH chews over the science
  • You are when you eat
    Whether you’re looking to lose weight or simply want to support your wellbeing, clock this menu from dietitian Louise Bula
  • Playing the protagonist
    Embracing the starring role you play in your own life can lose you all your friends or be a tool for self-development. WH reveals how to harness your main character energy…
  • Protagonist problems
    A key part of harnessing main character energy for good? Understanding its pitfalls, so your sparkly self can avoid them
  • Stress relief wearables
    Remind yourself to chill out with these gadgets
  • FLYING SOLO
    Once synonymous with grid-worthy moments, life-changing epiphanies and the chance to (whisper it) ‘find yourself’, solo travel has had a rebrand – with experts hailing the neurological benefits. WH makes the health case for booking a holiday on your own
  • Annual gains
    Want to turn your annual leave into a holiday for your head? Here’s how to amp up the health credentials of your next break
  • Trying pains
    When someone you love is having fertility struggles, it’s hard to know what to say. To help, WH gathered advice from experts and the women who’ve been there
  • ‘Delays to my rape trial are making the trauma flood back’
    A backlog of thousands of criminal cases in the wake of the pandemic has led to unprecedented delays in trials coming to court. Here, one rape survivor, who’s been waiting five years, reveals the toll it’s taking on her mind
  • LIGHTNING CHALLENGE
    Whether you’re starting a fitness journey or renewing your commitment to a much-loved habit, this 28-day strength-training challenge will give you a full-body workout in just 20 minutes a day. What are you waiting for?
  • Upper body blast
    Think you need a high-end studio or a well-equipped gym to do an effective arm workout? Think again. Build strength and definition with only a pair of dumbbells using this superset-style approach
  • Strong arm sweat
    Complete 8 to 12 reps of each exercise with no breaks within supersets. Rest for 2 mins after each superset and repeat the circuit three times. Hit it three times a week and you should witness noticeable change in strength and muscular endurance, says Isabel Lynn, PT and Barry’s Bootcamp trainer, who built the routine.
  • Happy trails
    THE GUINEA PIG
  • Support system
    Welcome to the WH Lab, where we put health-related products through rigorous testing to see which items deserve a place in your wellness arsenal
  • Aroma therapy
    Whether your sense of smell has been ghosting you since you had Covid or you want to develop a nose for excellence, smell training is here to help. WH sniffs out the science
  • FORM & FUNCTION
    For these active women, braids, weaves and twists earn gold, shielding textured locks from the frizz and friction that come with regular sweat sessions. But the looks require some TLC to keep strands happy and healthy
  • Alice Henshaw
    Founder of the famed Harley Street Injectables clinic, creator of Skincycles and all-round beauty expert, Alice Henshaw walks WH through her skincare game changers
  • THE REFILLABLE REVOLUTION
    Reusing your beauty products is on the rise, with brands positioning their refill initiatives as a sustainability win. But is it really?
  • The 17 biggest health & fitness trends of 2023
    It’s that time of year again, when we gaze into our crystal ball – or, rather, call upon a roster of industry insiders – to bring you a definitive guide to how you’ll be eating, sweating and switching off in the months ahead. Consider this your wellness forecast
  • THE STATE OF PLAY
    Every girl should have access to football. But only 63% of schools in England offer girls the opportunity to play the game in PE. With a generation of young women eager to pounce on the Lionesses’ Euro 2022-winning legacy, WH investigates the promise and the penalties ahead of them
  • From wild child to wellness
    As Kate Moss becomes the latest recruit to the celebrity wellness scene, WH reports on the rise and rise of the party girl health-over
  • Can I Learn to love myself
    Millennial and Gen Z women have grown up with the language of loving yourself. But as one fifty-something writer reports, the self-love movement can leave older women cold. After a lifetime of being her own worst critic, Xenia Taliotis asks…
  • MUSIC TO YOURS EARS
    Whether you’re crunching, crying or commuting, there’s a strong chance music is playing a role. But sound is also a science-backed tool that can be used for everything from meeting performance goals to regulating your emotions. Listen up
  • TO GO FROM ANXIOUS TO CALM
    The songs you play – and the order you play them in – can take you from stress ball to zen goddess, according to research
  • We can use sound to uplift, heal and connect’
    JHENÉ AIKO EFURU CHILOMBO is a Grammy-nominated artist, an award-winning singer-songwriter and a strategic visionary when it comes to using the power of sound to restore
  • I’M NOT SAD, I JUST LOVE SAD SONGS
    WH editorial assistant SABRINA TALBERT’s mates associate her with her love of melancholy music. But, it turns out, sad songs have a happy side effect…
  • The reps turn into my music’
    As a deaf personal trainer, people ask ANNE REUSS how she can work out without tunes. The answer? Quite easily. She gets lost in the movement
  • Pleasure islands
    From cancelled flights to airport chaos, leaving our island proved stubbornly difficult over the past 12 months, so you’d be forgiven for wanting an upgrade. May we suggest you head to one of these instead?
  • Sara Pascoe
    The comedian and author, whose latest show explores women and success, opens up about becoming a mum at 40 and why she’s telling a positive IVF story