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How I dealt with my brain tumour diagnosis

I found out about my brain tumour in 2018, when I was 26. At the time I was living in London in a flatshare, and...

Vlogger launches #NowIKnow campaign to encourage children to contact Childline 

The UK’s number one parenting vlogger, broadcaster and bestselling author Louise Pentland launching the #NowIKnow campaign to raise awareness of NSPCC-run service Childline. Louise’s mother...

Endometriosis awareness month: Gynaecologist reveals her advice for people living with endometriosis

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month. Endometriosis is a long-term condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb grows in other places, such...

What is sexual harrassment and where to go for help

In light of the anniversary of Sarah Everard’s death and the testimonies on violence against women that have come to light over the past...

We need to talk about periods

Research from menstrual cup brand INTIMINA highlights that two-thirds (65%) of those surveyed feel shame when menstruating at school, a place where they should feel...

Why I set up a podcast to help people through dark times

My podcast was set up to create a raw and honest space to talk about mental health, alcohol use and positive thinking amongst other...

Gynaecologist reveals tips for making cervical smear test more comfortable

Cervical Cancer Prevention Week aims to raise awareness of the importance of regular smear tests to help prevent cervical cancer, as there are over...

Why we set up a social enterprise promoting outside swimming

After recognising the physical and mental symptoms of stress from burning out at work, Cath Brown and Kath Ferguson met up regularly for a...

How I became the first Zumba instructor with Down’s Syndrome

Hannah Payton, 24, began taking Zumba classes during the first lockdown in 2020 when she had to shield during the pandemic. She said: "I have...