Labour MP Stella Creasy wants the same maternity rights afforded to the rest of the UK child-bearing population in employment – including ministers. The rulings for MPs show the machinations … Continue reading Stella Creasy’s lawsuit on maternity rights shows up archaic MP role
As another prominent right to die campaigner dies, Tannice Hemming looks at the UK’s attitude towards assisted dying. Noel Conway was 71 when he died last week. Diagnosed with Motor … Continue reading The assisted dying debate
Changes are coming with how GPs handle your sensitive information but privacy campaigners are uncomfortable with the plans. What’s happening and what do you need to do if you’re unhappy with the idea? You can opt out – should you, and how?
What credence is there to the theory that Covid-19 escaped from a laboratory and why has Joe Biden ordered an investigation? Tannice Hemming examines what is already known about the origins of Coronavirus and looks at the evidence behind what some are convinced is just a conspiracy theory.
Next week, EveryDoctor and the Good Law Project will take hold the UK Government to account over their failings on PPE, a case that’s had very little press coverage. Tannice … Continue reading UK Government in court over PPE
How can sex education within schools and the home help with reducing sexual violence? Is teaching consent enough?
As more and more horrifying scenes emerge from India, what’s it like to live there and what went wrong? Tannice Hemming talks to Ravi Nair, 55 about the series of costly mistakes that got India to this point.
Amir Khan has launched an emergency fundraising appeal for the dire situation in India. The second-most populous country saw COVID-19 cases skyrocket last week, with over 350,000 cases recorded in 24 … Continue reading Amir Khan front lines support for “FRIENDS IN INDIA” as he launches EMERGENCY APPEAL
With the news that Israel is already rolling out vaccine passports to those who have proffered their arm to a needle containing the Covid-19 vaccine, the issue of vaccine passports … Continue reading How valid is the idea of a vaccine passport?
· Independent video which features stars encouraging vaccine uptake is set for TV roadblock with simultaneous broadcast on Thursday 18th February at 21:56. · Video will air in full on commercial broadcasters ITV, … Continue reading Tonight At 21:56 – Celebrities launch campaign to urge ETHNIC MINORITY COMMUNITIES to #TAKETHEVACCINE with landmark 3½ Minute television broadcast
A new website vows to tackle what it calls Covid scepticism in whatever form it takes. Run by a team including a psychologist, a Conservative MP and a Superforecaster, Covidfaq.co … Continue reading Fighting the Covid-deniers, one fact at a time
Partnership brings important diabetes conversation to one of the world’s biggest stages Ad raises awareness of Dexcom continuous glucose monitoring as newer, better technology replacing painful fingerpricks In the face … Continue reading Dexcom and Nick Jonas Unveil First-Ever Super Bowl Commercial, Calling for Better Care for People With Diabetes