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Suffolk’s two contestants for a plus-size beauty title have both returned home as second runners-up.
Whether it is to lose weight, be sociable, or escape the doldrums of domesticity, increasing numbers of mums are donning their trainers and hitting the Suffolk pavements.
Two Suffolk men have shed a total of more than 21st in little over a year – and been named among the country’s top male slimmers for 2015.
A town mayor is shedding the pounds – and hoping to bring in some pounds for charity.
Hearing that unmistakable pitter patter of paws as you get home after a long, hard day definitely offers a welcome boost.
Wake up, world! Older women deserve more respect!
Let the juice loose – and spark a healthier you. But you have to think beyond the tried and tested fruit staples as Richard Porrit discovered.
Something needs to happen, something needs to change.
An Ipswich fitness instructor has taken a break from training others to put her own ninja-like strength to the test.
My news editors have asked me to do a few unusual things for the paper over the years – dress up as a nun on a golf course, pose as an elf in the high street and get dive-bombed by an angry mob of seagulls near the office.
Doctors agree that staying active benefits you and your baby.
Ten years ago Mary Skelcher, who had been a top athlete since her teens, began to be plagued by injury, she told Ellen Widdup.
The last time I was on roller skates it was 1998, I was wearing dungarees paired with a Sonic the Hedgehog T-shirt and my hair was in bunches.
Complementary medicine may not appeal to everyone but it changed Fiona Mortimer-Wood’s life, she tells Ellen Widdup.