Fight flu the easy way - by eating and drinking yourself better with a 'turmeric tonic'. Turmeric, a newly crowned superfood, is a rich yellow powder commonly used in curry dishes. The vibrant orange spice has a myriad of purported health benefits - from treating acne to arthritis.
This Saturday, 21st January, women all over the world will descend on their city streets and march in their thousands for the first major demonstration of 2017. It comes after a year that saw street protests gain popularity across the world. Here's our pick of the best.
This year Comic Relief is focusing on tackling one of the world's biggest killers - malaria. But women in Tanzania have already successfully come together to battle against the disease. Despite being both preventable and treatable, malaria remains one of the world's deadliest diseases, claiming a child's life in Africa every two minutes.
Festivals; the UK is absolutely teeming with them and if you had asked me earlier this year, I would have told you there is no space for another one. I was wrong. Houghton festival has stormed onto the scene this year and managed to fill a space that we didn't even realise existed.
Every year Europe's largest street party divides Britain; those that like it and those that don't. Features The internet has blown up recently after Stormzy called out the Metropolitan Police following their tweet about a heroin bust in Catford linked to Notting Hill Carnival.
It's the first weekend of August and you would be insane to find yourself anywhere but among the beautiful woodland of Amsterdamse Bos for one of Europe's most impressive festivals - Dekmantel.
Tijs Vanderbroucke is our modern-day Noah as chief operating officer of brand-new festival The Ark, a four day 'cruisetival' setting sail from Barcelona. Ministry of Sound of course would not miss out on such an epic party and we'll be hosting a stage on the ship with an eye-watering line up.
In the middle of golden corn fields and mysterious woodland lies Farr Festival. Upon arrival, it's hard to believe this boutique festival sits a mere hour out of the hustle and bustle of London. Now in its eighth year, Farr Festival has begun to assert its place in the UK festival calendar, bringing underground international talent to the tranquil woods of Hertfordshire.