prospect

A pound for a pound

Could financial incentives that encourage fat people to lose weight solve the obesity crisis?

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times

Sperm warfare

Liz Hollis looks at new male contraception from radio-controlled valves to ultrasound.

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The most useless inventions ever

Ever wondered how you coped without a motorised ice-cream cone or an ear dryer?

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The compatibility test

How can you tell if you and your partner are truly a match made in heaven?

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guardian

When toys take over

Liz Hollis’s mother still fondly remembers the three toys she had as a child in the 50s. Liz herself also recalls most of her own from the 70s.

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Groom for improvement

In an intense job market men are realising that their image is vital and they need professional help to get it right. Liz Hollis discusses what women have known for a long time.

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Are you trying too hard to fit in?

Whether you’re keen to impress, or just want to be seen as the real you, the way you behave around others can affect your success.

guardian

Dulling down

For many professionals, the challenges of a once-fulfilling career have been replaced by tedium. Liz Hollis investigates life in the bored room.

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times

Spoilt for choice

Liz Hollis explains why having too many options is bad for us, and how quick decisions can make us happier.

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