Donald Trump wants packed churches by Easter. Boris Johnson wants us to stay at home except for when we go out for our one mandated walk or travel via packed tube train to the workplace that our employer insists can’t be done at home. The pubs are now forcibly closed, yet off-licenses are reclassified as allowed to open – does running out of beer mean an ‘essential shopping trip’? If it’s essential. Only if it’s all essential.
Whilst Justin Trudeau and his wife hit the headlines as the first world leader victims of Coronavirus and Trump suspends all flights from central Europe, examining the vastly disparate techniques … Continue reading Coronavirus: a global examination of disparate national containment techniques
As the media across the globe works on whipping the general public into a frenzy, Tannice Hemming examines the limitations of self-quarantine, as recommended for all those who may have … Continue reading Coronavirus: what are the limitations of self-quarantine?
From unfounded fears about Coronavirus to ill-educated advice from our peers, what’s the risk of getting health advice online? Tannice Hemming investigates. As a mum to two children under 5, … Continue reading What’s the harm in… social media?
Some social media groups now won’t allow you to post anything without clearly labelling all the topics you’ll cover. The rise of trigger warnings seems a kind way of letting … Continue reading What’s the harm in trigger warnings?
Without a vaccine to counteract the killer virus and the fact that the disease spreads before the host feels any symptoms, reality is fast turning into what feels like a … Continue reading Coronavirus: when should we panic?
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month in the USA – at the end of a decade it seems wise to have a look at the next one and what it … Continue reading Cervical cancer screening – what’s in store for the next decade?
When did the heat move from Wakefeld and the media, to parents? Recently I saw a tweet asking “what kind of C*** stops their child having the MMR anyway?” I … Continue reading Blaming mummy for MMR
After the serious data leak linked with the list, published on the government’s website on Friday and the news that Tory MP, Iain Duncan Smith, is due to receive a … Continue reading It’s time to ditch the honours list
Can our NHS survive this winter? With the election looming and polls suggesting a healthy Conservative majority, can the NHS make it through another cold, hard winter? How true are … Continue reading Post-election, January 2020, can the NHS survive the winter?
Think Pink Ball 2019 in support of Cancer Research UK EBH presents its 15th annual THINK PINK Ball in aid of Cancer Research UK on Saturday 9th November 2019 at Rosewood London with the attendance of celebrated Indian designer Manish Malhotra. The unique event … Continue reading EBH presents the THINK PINK Ball 2019 with celebrated Indian designer Manish Malhotra
With the news that Brexit uncertainty caused one vulnerable man to succumb to an attack of psychosis, SSZeeMedia ask, could Brexit be bad for your health? Tannice Hemming investigates. Described … Continue reading Is Brexit ‘doing your head in’? You’re not alone, however you voted