GROWING up in today's world, dominated as it is for many by social media, is difficult enough without the extra pressure of dealing with a visible skin condition that can impact self-esteem cause severe discomfort and even painful joints.
HOW would you feel if you were booked in with Mr Robot to have a filling done, your teeth cleaned, or a dental implant placed? Medical robots are not just a cool idea for sci-fi movies and the distant future – they are coming.
OVER the past few years, gut health has become a hot topic in scientific research, and studies have shown just how important maintaining a healthy digestive system can be – not just for physical health, but for our mental wellbeing too.
SHE'S the iconic model who will forever be known as the 'face' of the 60s, but in the five decades since she first found fame as the elfin-faced muse with big eyes and long lashes, Twiggy has remarkably never fallen out of fashion.
THERE may be no Glastonbury Festival run this year – with the rock fest having a fallow year to allow the ground at Worthy Farm to recover, the associated traditional 2k, 5k and 10k charity run by locals and festival-goers is also taking a breather – but it won't be a 'rest' year for one of its founders.
IF YOU grow up in a world where wrinkles are practically illegal, going bald is cause for a mental breakdown, and women over size zero are encouraged to shoot themselves, what do you do if you’re – gasp – disabled? During her teenage years, English actress and comedian Francesca Martinez struggled with self-esteem issues and bullying, before "being rescued" by landing the role of Rachel in BBC children's drama series Grange Hill in the mid-90s.