There are almost two million people illicitly self-medicating for chronic pain in the UK – a 65-year-old pensioner, who’s suffered from migraines for 40 years, is one of them.
Concerns over delays to child surgery
Child surgery is difficult for everybody involved, however there is a drastic delay in the wait time for children at this current time. This article Hearst from those waiting and those operating.
Destigmatizing menstruation in the mountains
The University of Edinburgh’s Mountaineering Society puts on a talk to raise awareness for women’s health in outdoor spaces.
How new technology helps treat diabetes
Various futuristic gadgets support the lives of people with diabetes. We discuss the progress of modern health technologies with the Diashop-Team in Berlin, Germany.
The pandemic has been tough, but a new study says those with an eating disorder are most vulnerable to the complexities and limitations of lockdowns.
Not so silent sufferers: Children in lockdown
“Police patrolling playgrounds is not a sight I ever thought I’d see. But here we are … children are being asked to play separately or go home.”
We explore the pressure on medical cannabis consumers, and the steps being taken to help them by organisations such as Cancard.
Holistic healing: The power of the womb
The womb is the place emotions are stored, both men’s and women’s reproductive centres store these traumatic emotions.
'Instagram helped my eating disorder resurface'
While social media can be useful and entertaining, especially during a lockdown, there is a darker side which challenges some people to remain in control.
Get the jump on skipping
From school girl pastime to home workout hit, has skipping become lockdown’s answer to staying fit?