Home > Lifestyle > Woman > How to have healthy relationships How to have healthy relationships All sections in Woman » Friends and family » Menstruation » Your body » Your home » Your life » Woman News Stay happy after Christmas The post-Christmas period can leave many of us feeling down. Quiz Is my diet healthy? » Ask Ask the CyberShrink » Ask Is my child eating correctly? » Finding the perfect bra How to look fab at 40! Top 10 tips for a healthier Christmas Christmas is notoriously a time to indulge. You can still enjoy all the festivities of the season and get through the period without too much impact on your health and waistline. 21 things good friends do There are things good friends do that make them have many friends. What are these things? Could you be increasing your circle of friends by changing your behaviour? Friend or foe? So is this new friendship of yours going to work out, or is it going to be a disaster? Good friends are key to good health Friends are good for all kinds of things -- a girls' night out, late-night chats and shopping trips, to name a few. But did you know they're also good for your health? Stepmom vs. stepdaughter Stepfamilies are complicated. But do people caught in these situations always realise quite how complicated? And what role they have played in contributing to the conflict? How other people's drinking affects you Alcoholism is a family disease. But what effect can it have on you to grow up in a household where one or more members have a drinking problem? “ Latest comment on Health24 Henry Van Der Vaartenburp says... Included should also be the myths of "organic" and how it's just a fabricated marketing term to get people to pay more for products that have no added benefit. Food myths you should stop believing ” Time to kick out your kids? Are your adult kids still living with you? Check out these signs that it might be time to kick them out. Mom vs. wife In-laws who don't like her and a mother-in-law who is still friends with an ex-girlfriend are making these wives see red. Why do teens take drugs? More teens are trying drugs than ever before. Why is this? load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Migraines – more than just a headache Fifty and fabulous! There’s something newly cool about turning 50 Keeping your skin soft, moisturised and winter-ready The health benefits of donating blood Live healthier » Novel health supplement now available in SA stores Omega Caro-E, a locally developed and patented fish oil supplement is now available in South Africa. » Reduce bladder leakages by clenching Stirling Gravitas, gold medallist at life, explains how to beat those bladder leakages!