For far too long the image of women portrayed in the media has been lacking in diversity. Open any glossy magazine or online news site and you’ll find an abundance of slim, white women, when in reality women come in all shapes, sizes and colours.
A new report from the Prince’s Trust shows that the overall wellbeing of young people in the UK has dropped to its lowest level since the study was launched in 2009. The report reveals that more than a quarter of millennials do not feel in control of their lives, and that a crisis of confidence in their own abilities and future prospects is preventing them from realising their true potential.
Attending evening classes can improve physical wellbeing and mental health according to a new study conducted by the University of Oxford.
Chelsea Jones and Eva Sealove – both from Los Angeles, have set up a mischievous Instagram account to mock the social network’s ban on sexual imagery. Continue reading “LA duo mock Instagram’s ban on sexual imagery with feisty account”
Stalkers are to face a new maximum jail sentence of 10 years following a government U-turn. The Ministry of Justice announced it would adopt tough new measures in the Policing and Crime Bill after ministers conceded to pressure from a cross-party campaign to increase protection for victims. The new Bill is due to return to Commons next week.
You may want to rethink your New Year’s resolution this year if you’ve vowed to swear less, because a recent study entitled, ‘Frankly, we do give a damn: The relationship between profanity and honesty’ has found that the more foul-mouthed and vulgar among us are the most honest.
The gender pay gap falls to 5 percent for millennials in their 20s – but women still face a severe “pay penalty” over the course of their lifetime.
A recent study of more than 70,000 women has revealed that those with an optimistic outlook on live may live longer than those who do not.
Why finding time for creative pursuits each day will make you happier and improve overall wellbeing.