Mr. Claus is the latest fictional character banned from appearing on sweets in the country as the government attempts to curb obesity.
Researchers might have finally cracked the code to gorging without consequence.
According to the Soil Association, produce provided for state primary school children is poor quality and high in pesticide residue.
Undertakers are having to make heavier coffins and wider graves in order to accommodate their girthier clients.
In the largest citizen science experiment to date, more than 11,000 people sent poop samples to a San Diego lab.
If Sadiq Khan’s proposal passes consultation, adverts promoting high fat, salt, or sugar foods will no longer be allowed on public transport.
The Jamie’s Italian kids’ burger meal contains more fat, salt, and sugar than its Burger King counterpart, so what's the real issue with fast food?
Public Health England's new healthy eating campaign recommends a breakfast of 400 calories, and lunch and dinner of 600 calories each.