Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionChris Evans introduces the world premiere of George Michael’s first posthumous single Producer Nile Rodgers has admitted to feeling “uncertainty” about working on George Michael’s new single. Fantasy, a remix of a 1980s outtake, premiered on Radio 2 on Thursday. Rodgers’ confession came in response to a fan who expressed “mixed feelings” over the song’s release, eight months after Michael’s death. “You SHOULD have mixed feelings,” he said on Twitter. “No one’s heart was dragged through emotional ambiguity more than mine.” Rodgers said he approached the remix with “tears, uncertainty, happiness & #LOVE”. Skip Twitter post byRead More →

On the circle of health hype, what was bad becomes good, then it becomes overrated, then it becomes bad again. That’s what happened to barefoot running and multivitamins, and it’s where the purported dangers of “too much sitting” seem to be headed. But, like all hype cycles, the truth is probably somewhere in the middle rather than on the peaks or in the valleys. With that in mind, it’s worth looking at an interesting study just published in the American Journal of Epidemiology that finds jobs that require a lot of standing to be much worse for your health than jobs that require mostly sitting.Read More →