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We quiz our 2013 cover model winner on the Paleo diet and Tabata training
Christie Peucker, 32, embarked on the adventure of a lifetime and a year of self discovery, traversing the globe as part of her 30 Days for 30 Years journey.
How does WAG Pia Miller stay in shape? We quiz her on all things health and fitness
Feeling stressed or unhappy? We've put together a to-do list to cheer you up!
Sex therapist Amanda Robb answers your questions
Sex therpaist Amanda Robb answers your sex and relationship problems
Reasearch found that outcomes of pitches, sales calls and other negotiations could be gauged with 87% accuracy based on body language alone.
Lydia Levelva answers your sex and relationship questions.
Reading his body language can be a tougher mission than perusing War & Peace. We asked relationship expert Samantha Jayne, from private matchmaking agency Blue Label Life, to take the guesswork out of his gestures.
Having sex in water can actually cause more complications than you think, explains sex therapist Amanda Robb
Planning to spend Valentine’s Day tucked up in bed? Get saucy sex tips and fabulous foreplay ideas in our essential guide.
Sheridyn Fisher chats to WHF editor Rebecca Long about her swimwear range, fitness regime and beauty tips.
Prepare to unleash your inner hedonist with these guilt-free indulgences.
Kelly Roberts spent years crash dieting and obsessing about everything she ate. It was only when she learnt to love her body that she changed her life for the better.
Michelle Douglas, 39, was diagnosed with melanoma three years ago. Here, she chats about why brown was beautiful and why early detection of changes to your skin is key.
When it comes to male sexuality, one of the biggest myths is that men are always capable of achieving an orgasm. Let me assure you that this is far from the truth, explains sex therapist Amanda Robb.
Do you dread family gatherings because you know how exhausted you'll be afterwards? Fortunately, Lydia Levleva, a psychologist and coach, is on hand to help
Research says that people – potential employers included – decide for or against you within 30 seconds. Borrow our notes from charm school to blitz your next job interview.
People with 10 or more friends with whom they have regular contact display significantly higher psychological wellbeing than those with fewer social contacts, says research from London’s University College.
"Every time I have a bad day at work, I seem to take it out on my poor family. Is there a way to ‘switch off’ and leave work at work?" – Jessica, NSW