Technology has been incorporated into the detection and prevention of COVID-19, but despite their expected benefits, these apps have raised issues, which prompts the question of whether they are truly delivering the desired result. In face of the fluctuating situation in the UK, people up and down the country are waiting for the pandemic to end....
Key workers have been vitally important during the coronavirus pandemic, but not all of them feel as if their hard work has been recognised. Emily Calder discusses the impact of increased pressure on the NHS on UK student nurses, and why she thinks that the government should be doing more to recognise their efforts.
Lockdown has been difficult for most of us, but for some staying inside as much as you can and washing your hands just isn’t enough. Mansi Vithlani gives us an inside look into what lockdown is like when one of your loved ones is at high risk.
Every Thursday at 8pm, people across the UK stand outside their homes, flats and workplaces to applaud the incredible work of the National Health Service. Whilst the clap is a nice gesture, with a positive impact upon communities in the country, how beneficial is this really to the NHS?
As Britain enters another week of lockdown life, Ted Jeffery provides us with his take on the current situation and whether or not Brits are as selfish as some people in the media are making them out to be.
As National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (NEDA) comes to an end, many are still denied adequate support due to the weight-related stigmas surrounding eating disorders.
Virtual reality (VR) is slowly allowing to change the face of therapy by putting a headset on and submerging yourself in a fake, yet very realistic, universe.
The idea that people commonly experience sadness during the colder months isn't a new theory.