A younger generation may be giving Valentine’s Day the cold shoulder, but whatever your age romance (and a listening ear) will turn up the heat in your relationship, experts tell Deirdre Reynolds
The sports bra was invented in the 1970s when two halved jockstraps were sewn together. The design has gone from bust to boom since, says Deirdre Reynolds.
With Love Island promoting the perfect, groomed body, Deirdre Reynolds looks at the growing pressure on men to look their Instagram best
As Olympian Michael Carruth prepares to fight for charity, Deirdre Reynolds looks at the growing appeal of boxing
Meghan may have had surgery to remove her bony bumps but before you go under the knife there are simpler and cheaper options to consider, writes Deirdre Reynolds.
Employment is on the rise but job interviews are still the biggest hurdle for prospective employees to overcome, writes Deirdre Reynolds
Despite it’s non-competitive nature, yoga is striking a pose with males in search of greater flexibility and relaxation, writes Deirdre Reynolds.
‘Poldark’ star Aidan Turner’s chest rug is driving a new interest in manscaping, writes Deirdre Reynolds.
Founder of the Happiness Research Institute, Meik Wiking, has spent the past five years delving into what makes societies smile, writes Deirdre Reynolds
Far from being sensitive snowflakes, many post-Millennials are driven to succeed, says Deirdre Reynolds who talks to four young influencers.
There’s no need to join the elf on the shelf this Christmas, says Deirdre Reynolds, who talks to dating experts about finding a mate during the festive season.
Amanda Byram, model, TV presenter, and businesswoman, had always exercised but it wasn’t until her 30s that she kicked the fad diets, writes Deirdre Reynolds
Irish women are increasingly turning to ‘hairapy’ to get their heads right, discovers Deirdre Reynolds
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PMDD is the potentially debilitating form of PMS. Yet most women do not know what it is, let alone whether they have it. Deirdre Reynolds reports.
Nearly one in four female millennials no longer remove hair from their armpits. Times have changed, says Deirdre Reynolds
Deirdre Reynolds meets the new wave of unabashed Irish men who are making careers out of gracing fashion catwalks and magazines
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One of Spain’s top female wine-makers is leading a promotion for her brand in Ireland, writes Deirdre Reynolds.
Do you and your partner spend more time gazing at your smartphones than into each others’ eyes? Deirdre Reynolds says we need to unplug in order to reconnect.
Why do we swallow the latest slimming crazes when we all really know that slow and steady is the only way to go, asks Deirdre Reynolds
Ronald McDonald House provides ‘a sense of normal’ for families with children confined to hospital in Dublin, writes Deirdre Reynolds.
Work benefits, such as bean bags, gym membership, and discount products are not necessarily a substitute for job satisfaction and compassionate bosses, says Deirdre Reynolds.
Would you expect the man to pay the bill on a first date or would you go 50/50?
Holding hands provides a sense of security, while a good hug boosts serotonin levels, writes Deirdre Reynolds.
Deirdre Reynolds talks to the stars who’ve waved goodbye to resolutions and said hello to a new way of life.
There may be more than brussels sprouts boiling over at home this Yule. Deirdre Reynolds asks relationship experts how to avoid festive fall-outs.
With the festive season in full swing, many singletons are on the lookout for love, writes Deirdre Reynolds
You don’t need a Santa’s sack of goodies to transform your look for the party season, writes Deirdre Reynolds.
At Your Service star Francis Brennan talks to Deirdre Reynolds about his new product range for Dunnes Stores that has been a long time coming
Foraging for food should be done outside, not at the back of the fridge, says Deirdre Reynolds
A newly-confident generation of curvy women are throwing away their inhibitions, determined to embrace the bikini bodies they were born with, writes Deirdre Reynolds.
Older women are asking for Botox, not as a vain attempt to turn back time, but as a tool to prolong their careers, writes Deirdre Reynolds.
You thought the relationship was going well, until your partner disappeared. Welcome to the cruel world of modern dating, says Deirdre Reynolds.
Operation Transformation presenter Kathryn Thomas talks to Deirdre Reynolds about sleepless nights, spreadsheets and her new fitness bootcamps.
Older women who date younger men are often seen as cougars who have little chance of enjoying a lasting relationship. Deirdre Reynolds reports.
Witnessing a row of women weeping openly at the Western Wall, Deirdre Reynolds couldn’t help but wish she had some of their faith on a trip the Holy Land.
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