Health

What’s the story?

Women’s sport is grabbing more headlines. That’s good, right? Well, says our sports correspondent Jen Offord, it would be if they were about the sports rather than the same old same old.

Target Ovarian Cancer: There’s always someone to talk to

As Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month continues, we talk to the nurse leading the charge at Target Ovarian Cancer’s new support line, which is quickly becoming a vital part of the charity’s work.

It REALLY couldn’t happen to a nicer… globetrotter

In this series, Lucy Nichol proves you never know who mental ill health will come after next by celebrating the diverse qualities and eccentricities of her lovable friends and acquaintances. This week, she’s in awe of one of her ‘squad’.

Target Ovarian Cancer: “You’re never too young to know what to look for”

The first Seren Hughes knew of ovarian cancer was when she was being diagnosed with it. At 19. Now in remission, she’s joined Target Ovarian Cancer’s #StartMakingNoise campaign.

When Can This Girl?

When it comes to the advancement of women’s sport, Jen Offord says there’s no time to be grateful for how far things have come. Now is the time to keep pushing.

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month: Why we should all be shouting

‘Start Making Noise!’ is the rallying cry from Target Ovarian Cancer as a month of awareness activity gets underway. The charity’s Rebecca Rennison explains why we should all be deafening our nearest and dearest this March.

It REALLY couldn’t happen to a nicer… writer

In this series, Lucy Nichol proves you never know who mental ill health will come after next by celebrating the diverse qualities and eccentricities of her lovable friends and acquaintances. This week she talks to a blogging big gun.

This Girl (Still) Can

Sod prettified #fitspo. A powerful, phenomenal and joyously sweaty Fiona Longmuir celebrates the new This Girl Can campaign from Sport England.

I had breast cancer at 21

Joanna Forest was about to take the West End by storm when she became one of the youngest women in the UK to be diagnosed with breast cancer.

Every little ‘fixit’ helps

A few weeks back, we had a chat with the lasses behind a 10-week online mental wellbeing course. Camilla King read it and decided to give it a whirl. Here’s her first update.