“I really can’t see why it’s such a big deal,” asserted my housemate last week as we sat round in
You will have heard about female genital mutilation, which is still carried out today to prevent women from becoming sexually
Increasing numbers of children suffering with eating disorders means local services are struggling to provide sufficient specialist care. According to
Doctors ruled menstrual symptoms to be as painful as heart attacks in some cases, did you know that? Probably not
My mum died when I was 17. This sharp shock of sudden loss sent me into a mental health spiral
Is courage the first thing you think of when you hear the word Tourettes? It might be after watching Born
Access to at-home abortion services in England is to remain in place after MPs last night voted against the Government’s
The Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) could be extended to cover all the Greater London boroughs and the commuter belt in 2023.
Streatham Labour MP Bell Ribeiro-Addy has written to the Government urging them to maintain Covid testing systems. In a letter
The number of people going for cervical screenings (smear tests) in the UK has fallen in the last 10 years.
According to a new study, 2,647,600 Londoners are exposed to traffic noise, the second highest number in any major European