There are some things that you just don’t think you’ll ever have to worry about. You know that they’re issues and you know that people have to face them, but you never imagine that you will be one of those people. Eilis Hall shares her experience in working around organ donation.
For many, the university lifestyle has the potential to significantly impact their mental health with 1 in 5 students considering themselves to have a mental health problem. We need to reduce the stigma attached to mental health so that people who need it feel more comfortable seeking help
Jose Harrington explores the benefits of cutting down our meat intake.
Robert Firth takes a look at ‘Magna Life’, a health and fitness business co-founded by a final year University of Manchester student
Is king of fashion Karl Lagerfeld’s diet plan as satisfying as his Chanel creations? Beth Currall investigates…
In a campaign to reduce A&E waiting times, students are urged to register with local GP’s in Manchester
Taking up smoking ‘biggest regret’ for Mancunians
Molly Allen explains why size shouldn’t matter when it comes to boobs.
Eilís Hall describes her time in a psychiatric hospital due to an eating disorder and how it impacted her life.
A YouGov survey has discovered that 84 per cent of students think their accommodation is harmful to health
The EU has started considering whether the cadmium pigment is paints is to be banned. But what is cadmium and why is it so bad?
Often in the shadow of their starchy distant relative the potato, sweet potatoes are just as cheap, versatile and delicious as the mighty jacketed staple food. At around 79p per kg at Lidl (that’s about 3 big ones), there is no excuse not to have a go at some of our tasty and cost cutting recipes. Don’t be put off by their coloured skin and mutated shapes; it’s what’s inside that counts. Equality for the potatoes!
Want to keep that summer bod or maybe get one a few months late? Manchester offers a wide selection of gyms, but which one is best for you and your budget?
Beth Currall’s three step guide to avoiding the dreaded illness