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Changes happen all the time. And not always for the better. Technology is developing dramatically which helps businesses go digital. It may seem like a good thing, but is that really true? By Marta Szutowicz Running a business online helps to reach more customers and it has become normal for...
Women have defined their beauty by fashion standards, actresses’ and models’ looks, and a social media landscape flooded with selfies. The message that women receive is that celebrities and some fortunate others in the minority have rare and beautiful features that the average person cannot hope to aspire to....
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental health condition that can consist of intrusive or unwanted thoughts, obsessive tendencies, compulsive and repetitive behaviours that are out of your control or that you do unwillingly and much more that can interfere with day-to-day life drastically. So why is it minimised into...
Viral social media platform TikTok has started to take over the reading world, its popular corner of the internet called ‘BookTok’ is becoming so popular that our leading book distributors and shops such as Waterstones, WHSmith etc are targeting this audience too. Romance has been one of the most...
Think of most UK seaside resorts and the majority have a sort of down-at-heel feel to them. From Skegness to Great Yarmouth and Blackpool to Bexhill there’s a sense of faded glory.But the same certainly can’t be said of Brighton. It’s always had a frisson of excitement and glamour...
Just how serious is Easter? For non-churchgoers (like myself) with a sweet tooth (guilty, again) the answer to this question is probably: not very, although the chocolate eggs are welcome. For the more devout, Easter is an incredibly serious business. By Seb Coxon, UCL And yet, there has always been...
Simon Waldman, University of Hull Tidal energy has long lurked at the back of the UK’s renewable energy arsenal, outshone by its wind and solar counterparts due in part to early issues with technology readiness and high costs. Yet with recent research showing it could provide 11% of the UK’s electricity...
By Kimberly Nicholas, Lund University Question: what do the following statistics have in common? The second-largest (and growing) source of climate pollution in Europe. The leading killer of children in both the US and Europe. A principal cause of stress-inducing noise pollution and life-shortening air pollution in European cities. A...
Stuck for some ideas for things to do on the weekend? If you’re planning to spend the weekend in the house then it might be time to get creative. One idea is to try coffee tasting, something you can do in your own time, and have fun with a...
While weight loss isn’t necessarily the key to making you healthy, it can have a huge impact on your quality of life and significantly reduce your risk of certain diseases. If you are overweight, this increases your chances of developing things such as heart disease and diabetes, seriously impacting...