• Britain in Lockdown: Keep Calm and Carry On?

    Over 500,000 people have volunteered to help the NHS during the face of the Coronavirus pandemic, young people offer to do the shopping for the elderly who have to stay at home and local businesses and supermarkets offer a free delivery service. A few years ago, these facts would’ve...
  • The unforeseen benefits of battling coronavirus

    The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has swept across our planet, affecting hundreds of thousands of people and unfortunately taking the lives of many more than was initially expected. The current pandemic we find ourselves threatened by is by no means a blessing, however, it is essential to look for the...
  • Food and Mood in Quarantine

    Has your food intake risen since being in quarantine? Do you find yourself reaching more to those unhealthy items? Are you eating even when you’re not hungry? Well, it’s not a surprise. Food acts as a source of comfort as well as a good distraction from current events. It...
  • Home or Away? The Evolution of the Workplace

    The onset of Covid-19 has meant that many more people are having to adapt to working from home and the challenges that this can bring. Yet, over time, traditional office jobs seem to have become a thing of the past from many and employers have increasingly taken to promoting remote working. So what...
  • Autism Awareness Week

    Autism Awareness Week Autism awareness week is taking place this week from the 30th of March to the 5th of April in order to spread awareness of autism and the effect that is has on individuals and their families....
  • The Weird and Wonderful Myths for Combating the Coronavirus

    With the rate of coronavirus cases rising dramatically, so have the myths for combating this virus. Here are some of the myths confusing the world. Myth one: ‘Eating garlic can prevent you from getting the coronavirus’. This is an absolute myth! Even though garlic is believed to have antimicrobial...
  • What COVID-19 Actually Does to the Body, and How Lethal It Can Be 

    From worried parents to curious schoolchildren, it’s not just the researchers that want to know what exactly coronavirus does to the body.  It may not come as a surprise that over £20 million has been allocated for research on coronavirus.   “This means that the cells stop their regular functions and start to...