What Happens When an Abortion Doesn't Fully Work

I had an incomplete abortion last year. This is what I wish I'd known about them.


I Got My Faeces Tested to See If It's 'Super-Poo'

We're entering a new world of faecal transplants – and only the finest will qualify.


A Couple Talks About Giving Each Other an STI

And, with the benefit of hindsight, pass on their top sexual health tips.


The Daily Mail Is Obsessed With Stigmatising Antidepressants

Despite media guidelines and public complaints, the tabloid won’t give up on calling them ‘happy pills’.


Shattering Stereotypes, Breaking Barriers: How Rugby League Is Embracing Mental Health

While rugby league is often stereotyped as a rough, gruff, northern game, it currently stands head and shoulders above other sports in the way it confronts mental health, and the silence and stigma that come with it.


Exploring the Mental Health Crisis in Britain's Prisons

The police, the probation service and the country's health services are all feeling the strain of dealing with offenders with mental health problems—and in many cases failing.


Should Heroin Be Available on Prescription in the UK?

According to the experts: yes.


Can Smartphone Apps Really Replace GP Appointments?

I put the emerging digital health industry to the test by seeing if an app could diagnose my terrible ailment – a really bad hangover.


These North London Activists Are a Rare Source of Hope in London's Housing Catastrophe

They're trying to turn a former hospital into an affordable housing utopia.


I Tried Out the UK Government's Vape Pen

It won't really get you high, but it's a step towards sensible medicinal cannabis policy in the UK.


We Asked an Urban Planner How to Build the Perfect Town

We asked an expert how we can build housing that's actually good for us.


The Artists Explaining Their Multiple Sclerosis Through Art

Artists Kirsty Stevens and Hannah Laycock tackle the knowledge gap that surrounds MS by creating art that is tangible and accessible.