Dietician Imogen Wolsey describes how her obsession with gut health took the fun out of her twenties
I didn't buy a phone, I bought time
Artefact writer says goodbye to her iPhone and hello to her Nokia for one week as she explores the effect of the time we spend on our phones.
Raving with sobriety
How the rise of sober raves is becoming a safe haven for recovered drug addicts.
The addiction taking two lives a day
As new betting regulations are pushed back again, Artefact explores the dangers of gambling.
Misplaced, misunderstood and self-harming
It isn’t just your socially inadequate ’emo’, or your average teenage girl who self-harms as the typical stereotype would suggest.
Addicted to technology
We have become addicted to our phones, but is it too late to save ourselves from being sucked in to “The Cloud”?
What you learn from living with an addict
Living with an addiction is hard in itself, but living with an addict is almost as detrimental as the drug abuse itself.
The drugs of hospitality
Artefact meets Mark, a 22 year old bartender in South West London, whose story proves that there is more than meets the eye when it comes to drug use in hospitality.
Gaming addiction: Yes, it is very real
While a gaming addiction may not be considered a serious medical condition in the UK, it is very, very real for those it affects.
Fighting the opioid epidemic
Artefact investigates the drug epidemic that is currently killing thousands of people every year in the US.