Caring for our mental health has always been essential, but now maybe even more than ever! Amid a global pandemic and during a second lockdown, it is easy to forget about taking care of ourselves and prioritising our mental well-being.
Sugar is confusing. Most of us know that we should be eating less of it, but it’s not always obvious where it is, and when it’s a problem. There are lots of different names for […]
Like most topics about our bodies, discussions surrounding STIs have been significantly stigmatised. With increasing openness, when will we start discussing STIs without shame?
All genders have breast tissue and all breast tissue has the possibility of becoming cancerous. So, getting into a monthly routine of checking your breasts is important for everyone; it could even save your life!
In 2016, Public Health England launched a flagship program to reduce the amount of sugar in children’s diets. They set the ambitious target of reducing sugar consumption in products most likely to contribute to childhood […]
Over 90% of women get PMS and 1 in 8 women didn’t know about periods until they started them. Oriana Campbell-Palmer fights the taboo around periods with this article.
The long-awaited NHS track and trace app was finally released in England this week… however with doubts rising surrounding the performance of the app and data protection issues, it is uncertain how popular the app will be.
2020 marks ten years since UN peacekeepers brought cholera to Haiti. The country is still recovering, and yet, the UN refuses to take any legal responsibility or pay any compensation to victims. The spread of […]
Rising concerns over the coronavirus outbreak in the UK have led to panic buying. With hand sanitiser sold out in stores, consumers are turning to online selling platforms like eBay instead – though they face […]
I am not talking about mass hysteria, the kind of panic that translates into irrational behaviour and stops us from being kind to each other. I am talking about a more ‘rational’ type of concern, […]
On 1st January, wet markets in the city of Wuhan in central China were shuttered as the first outbreaks of the new strain of coronavirus were epidemiologically linked to customers of the animal and seafood […]
Any student who is studying to become a paramedic, radiographer or physiotherapist will be receiving a new form of financial support from September 2020 that entitles them to up to £5,000 worth of support payment […]