One in 10 Britons now eats three meals a day at work – and gains a STONE in weight as a resultHalf of us eat both breakfast and lunch at our desksAnd tuck into our first snack by 10am20% of regularly raid the vending machine at work By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 18:24 GMT, 25 February 2013 | UPDATED: 03:02 GMT, 26 February 2013 Millions of workers are putting in such long hours they are eating breakfast, lunch and dinner at their desk, a survey has found. The mad dash to get to work in the morning means many of us grab something from the fridge and take it to work to eat on arrival. Most pop out to buy lunch before hurrying back to eat it at their desk in order to stay on top of the to-do list
Feeling down Blame it on Blue Monday: Today is the day we feel at our lowest ebbWoes include travel chaos, feeling poor after Christmas and lack of daylightMajor drop in motivation comes from continued winter darkness By Luke Salkeld PUBLISHED: 00:55 GMT, 21 January 2013 | UPDATED: 10:04 GMT, 21 January 2013 How are you feeling today Chances are, not that great… Because this morning you woke up on what has come to be known as ‘Blue Monday’ – the day of the year on which most of us feel at our lowest ebb.
More than half of Britons would vote to pull out of EU: Euroscepticism has rocketed in just a decadeA poll has revealed 51 per cent of people questioned want to get out of EuropeJust 40 per cent said they wanted to stay inTen years ago a similar poll found we wanted to stay in Europe by a margin of 68 per cent to 19 per cent | UPDATED: 23:24 GMT, 26 December 2012 As it is revealed more than half of Britons would pull out of EU, David Cameron will finally make a speech setting out his vision for the UK's relationship with Europe Britain is becoming a more Eurosceptic country – with a majority saying they would vote to leave the EU. A poll has revealed that 51 per cent of respondents want to get out of Europe, against just 40 per cent who want to stay in. The survey represents a massive turnaround on a decade ago, when a similar poll found we wanted to stay in Europe by a margin of 68 per cent to 19 per cent
Do you put TMI (that's Too much Information) online Third of social network users regret what they have posted onlineOut of 2,000 over-18s a third wish they had kept personal details offline One in 10 people have been in trouble after publicly moaning about workMore than one in 20 have missed out on a job because of online photographs And three in 10 people admit they cringe about past status updates | UPDATED: 23:30 GMT, 17 December 2012 Once in a while, we’re all guilty of over-sharing. But with the rise of social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, millions of us do it on a daily basis. A survey has found that many feel guilty about providing TMI – too much information – on websites where their updates and photographs can be viewed with ease
Are those sleigh bells I hear No it's a phone call from work: Half of us expect Christmas to be interruptedOver a quarter fear having to work over the holiday and a fifth think they will be 'plagued' by work concernsA third say they have been bothered more than once over the festive season PUBLISHED: 01:29 GMT, 17 December 2012 | UPDATED: 01:29 GMT, 17 December 2012 It is meant to be a time dedicated to family and friends when we can leave our troubles behind. But half of us (50 per cent) expect Christmas to be interrupted by work and three-quarters (73 per cent) worry about their job in the run up to the festive season, a survey has found. More than a quarter of people (27 per cent) fear they will miss out by having to work over the holiday while more than one-in-five (23 per cent) worry their Christmas will be plagued by work concerns
Women drinkers 'pass on bad habits to their teenage children' | UPDATED: 00:07 GMT, 10 December 2012 Mothers who drink heavily risk passing down their bad habits to their children, warns a think-tank. Teenagers whose mothers ‘always’ drank were nearly twice as likely to have alcohol problems in adulthood, it said. The authors added that ministers should focus more on parenting instead of minimum pricing to tackle binge drinking
Friends with health benefits: How couples in casual relationships are more likely to practice safe sex More likely to use condoms, study revealsBut less likely to be satisfied or able to talk about sex | UPDATED: 04:01 GMT, 2 December 2012 They may be an emotional minefield to negotiate – but it seems 'friends with benefits' relationships do at least have one advantage.
Majority of Brits want assisted suicide legalised as new poll reveals strong support for change in the law across Europe Survey shows majority support for 'right to die' legislation in 12 European countriesSeventy one per cent of Brits want assisted dying to be legally permitted Swiss body behind poll says results show current laws do not reflect public opinion | UPDATED: 16:34 GMT, 30 November 2012 Nearly three quarters of British people are in favour of legalising assisted suicide according to a new poll – which shows strong support for a change in the law across Europe. The survey, carried out on behalf of the Swiss Medical Lawyers Association (SMLA), found large majorities in the 12 west European countries involved supported the right of people to choose when and how they die