Is personalised nutrition the future of food?

DNA-specific food, tailored to individual consumers, looks set to open up new revenue streams, at least for niche producers

Top 3 health tips for 2016

Looking to make some healthy changes that you can actually stick to all year round? We've kept it simple with 3 key health tips for the New Year, designed to help you make the most of 2016

What you eat can help keep skin young and healthy

Christian Coates explores the links between dermatology, skin health and diet

Disease devastates the elderly

Age-related macular degeneration, which destroys the central focus of vision, devastates sufferers’ lives and, as Lilian Anekwe reports, is best detected early

Supplementary, my dear doctor

Professor Margaret Rayman, an expert in nutritional medicine at the University of Surrey, assesses the possible benefits of special diet and supplements for arthritis patients

The big three take their toll

Three of the most commonly occurring musculoskeletal conditions are osteoporosis osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Rhiannon Smith takes a closer look at the “big three”

‘We should be catching rabbits and climbing trees’

An active and healthy lifestyle can help prevent bone and joint complaints, writes Christian Duffin. But, if problems develop, there are still measures which can contain, and even limit, the impact of musculoskeletal conditions

Food for sight

Research suggests eye health can be maintained through good diet or nutritional supplements. The age-related eye disease study found that people taking certain vitamins and minerals were less likely to develop cataracts and advanced age-related macular degeneration, writes Yvonne Gordon