Heading off to university? If you’re living alone or with relative strangers for the first time, it can be a daunting experience. Safety should always be your number one priority. We share our tips for a safe and happy experienceRead More
Tag: Let’s Talk
by Guest writer | Aug 15, 2018
Chronic fatigue is a term we’re all becoming too familiar with. For most of us though, normality will resume pretty swiftly. But for a small percentage of the population, normal life is a fanciful concept. We’re lifting the lid on M.E. and it’s true effects.Read More
by Samantha Clark | Jun 27, 2018
Take 5 minutes to learn 5 things about Autism in our latest Let’s Talk health feature; whether watching one of the videos, reviewing the National Autistic Society website and services or just to find out more. Greater awareness, can lead to greater understanding.Read More
by Samantha Clark | Jun 13, 2018
It’s Cervical Screening Awareness Week- we take a look at your main concerns when it comes to this routine examination; don’t think it applies to you, don’t have the time for it or perhaps your just concerned about what it entails or even the results that come back- maybe this will change your mind.Read More
by Guest writer | Mar 21, 2018
What is ovarian cancer? What are the symptoms? Can it be cured? These are just some of the common questions researched online with regards to Ovarian cancer- but studies show this can cause more anxiety than alleviate.Read More
The Autumn edition magazine is out now!
Our book of the month…
Pretty Oklahoma teenager Helen Nichols accepts an invitation from her cousin, rising movie actress Ginger Rogers, and her Aunt Lela, to try her luck in motion pictures. Her relatives, convinced that her looks and personality will ensure success, provide her with a new name and help her land a contract with RKO. As Phyllis Fraser, she swiftly discovers that depression-era Hollywood's surface glamour and glitter obscure the ceaseless struggle of the hopeful starlet.