Challenges and Struggles The curtains open, beautiful and elegant dancers in tutus portray princesses, fairies, swans. Accompanied by fierce princes, they move around, turn, wave their arms in precise uniformity. Continue Reading
New research from the University of Minnesota has found a non-hormonal daily birth control pill, targeting proteins involved in the male reproductive system, works in 99% of male mice.
Government makes “pills by post” scheme permanently accessible in England. What does this mean for women? “People who don’t like abortion want it to be difficult and they want it Continue Reading
A study by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) shows that orchestral music spiked in popularity over the course of the pandemic. More than half of those surveyed claimed that they Continue Reading
The Department for Education published figures showing a 23% increase in the number of families approved for adoption. Although children are waiting less time in care, Black children, children with additional needs and sibling groups wait the longest in care.
The popularity of boxing in the U.K is growing. Remember Anthony Joshua’s dramatic stopping of Wladimir Klitschko in 2017? My goosebumps are yet to settle. However, the public’s growing intrigue of the Continue Reading
The World Health Organisation (WHO) announced last week that it will receive an additional €16 million worth of funding for its Covid-19 vaccination programmes in Africa from the European Union Continue Reading