Updated: Tuesday 14 January 2020

Our emotional wellbeing expert, Brendan Street advises on the emotional highs and lows of the weight loss journey.

Updated: Tuesday 7 January 2020

Andy had noticed he was getting larger. He was aware that his chest would get tight, and he preferred to hide in the back of photographs. But it wasn't until he applied for the Healthy Weight Programme that he realised how close he was to a catastrophic event.

Updated: Tuesday 7 January 2020

At age 19, Marc Rodwell was morbidly obese and suffering from a raft of mental health issues. His health was so poor he was warned he might not live to see his 25th birthday. But with grim determination and the unfaltering support of his father, Marc clawed his way back from the brink.

Updated: Tuesday 7 January 2020

Alex worried that he’d never be able to dive again after a blockage in his heart was discovered. But he wasn’t willing to give up without a fight.

Updated: Tuesday 7 January 2020

Natalie battled eating disorders including anorexia and bulimia for over a decade. Now. Nuffield Health's former Professional Head of Nutrition tells us how her experience has helped her to support others.

Updated: Tuesday 7 January 2020

On 7 July 2005 Gill Hicks hurriedly boarded a carriage on the London Underground at the same time as a suicide bomber. As the bomb detonated, the way Gill lived her life changed forever.

Updated: Tuesday 7 January 2020

Simon has transformed from an unhealthy and overweight Corporate Insurance Advisor to a triathlete and coach following a Nuffield Health Assessment that revealed startling results.

Updated: Friday 3 January 2020

Exercise is crucial to building stronger joints, even if you already experience pain. Try these clinically approved exercises for people with joint pain.

Updated: Friday 3 January 2020

A diagnosis of arthritis can be frightening, but it doesn’t mean that life is over. Head of Physiotherapy John Doyle explains how exercise and lifestyle change can help you to continue to live an active life.

Updated: Friday 3 January 2020

Everyone has different pain tolerance levels, but if you're experiencing mild musculoskeletal pain, try practicing these natural techniques to improve how your body copes, without using painkillers.