COVID-19: Pregnant Women Now Allowed A Support Person At Birth, Under New Health Guidelines

After revised guidelines, pregnant women are now allowed a ‘support person’ of their choice at scans, during labour and at birth. Since the pandemic, many pregnant women have been expected to undergo their pregnancy journey alone, though new guidance reports that, “Pregnant women value the support from a partner, relative, friend or other person throughContinue reading “COVID-19: Pregnant Women Now Allowed A Support Person At Birth, Under New Health Guidelines”

‘Please Eat. Please Don’t Let The Normalisation Of Eating Disorders On Social Media Harm You.’

‘Diet culture managed to manipulate my my tongue, my mouth, stomach and mind. I didn’t even realise’ *TRIGGER WARNING AND CONTENT WARNING – This opinion piece includes discussion of eating disorders and weight loss on apps such as TikTok.* “Stick it down your throat, I’m watching from the bathroom, making sure I don’t choke.” –Continue reading “‘Please Eat. Please Don’t Let The Normalisation Of Eating Disorders On Social Media Harm You.’”

UK Food Blogger Talks Nutrition, Mental Health and Her New Cookbook

Sarah Louise, 31, of SarahLousKitchen is a home chef living in Newcastle, who 5 years ago began her lifestyle journey into fitness and food. The Independent described her as “brash without offence, down to earth and homely, yet at the same time brutal, wise and enviable all in one. You literally get what you see with SarahContinue reading “UK Food Blogger Talks Nutrition, Mental Health and Her New Cookbook”

Public Sexual Harassment Called To Become A Criminal Offence

Co-founder of Our Streets Now, Gemma Tutton, has launched the #CrimeNotCompliment campaign, which calls for all forms of public sexual harassment to become a criminal offence. The campaign is set to change attitudes towards “women, girls, and marginalised genders” being, “followed, shouted at, touched, groped and grabbed.” Our Streets Now is working in partnership withContinue reading “Public Sexual Harassment Called To Become A Criminal Offence”

Interview with YouTuber – Zoe Alexis Wong

Tell Me About It talked to wellness YouTuber, Zoe Alexis Wong. With over 3,000 subscribers on YouTube, and almost 4,000 followers on Instagram, it is evident that the social media world has found cosy comforts in Wong’s vegan recipes, bakes, positive affirmations, and her recovery journey from disordered eating. In an interview where we talkedContinue reading “Interview with YouTuber – Zoe Alexis Wong”