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Women call-out ambulances 80 times a day with pregnancy sickness

The lead professor of the study says women can feel “fobbed off” by GPs    

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Niall Hayes Can an app help fight loneliness in elderly people at Christmas?

While loneliness is experienced by all ages, it is especially pronounced in older people. Might technology play a role in addressing loneliness and social isolation?

Instagram is clamping down on hashtags referencing eating disorders

‘We do not tolerate content that encourages eating disorders’, an Instagram spokesperson said

LGBT+ youth four times more likely to self-harm

Scientists believe that more role models are needed for sexual-minority youth

Five women share their stories of living with HIV for World Aids Day

Some people wrong believe that an HIV diagnosis is a death sentence - yet if it is detected early, people can now expect long and healthy lives, writes Sabrina Barr

Here’s how to talk to kids about emotional wellbeing

New figures are shining a worrying light on Britain’s youth mental health crisis