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‘I wish I’d gone vegan years ago – I’ve never felt better’

It’s no longer just a millennial eating fad — the older generation is jumping on the bandwagon, too, discovers Lucy Holden It’s getting harder to escape veganism. Time was when plant-only diets were for young, idealistic world-changers. But, thanks to the popularity of initiatives such as Veganuary, there’s a new breed of meat and dairy… Read More »

Are You in Pain? Play ‘I Spy’

313 Shares — I had to stop looking. Looking for direction. Looking for answers. Looking for why. I had spent eight years looking to understand my mystery illness, my burnout, and my life. I was sick for eight years with an antibiotic-resistant staph infection in my sinuses (MARCONs) which was misdiagnosed as Lyme disease. I… Read More »

‘I was sexually abused as a child’

As a child, how do you deal with being sexually abused if you don’t understand what has actually happened to you? Katerina* tells her complicated, moving story of being sexually abused as a child. As told to Maira Hermann Zeh The NSPCC released some new statistics on child sex abuse yesterday. According to the charity, which… Read More »

“I Focus On Things I Can Control” — Caster Semenya Opens Up Ahead Of IAAF Ruling

It’s been a stellar year for Caster Semenya – performance-wise – but a tough one in the spotlight. Amidst all her world record-breaking wins, she is still to face some of her biggest challenges yet, with the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF). What The IAAF Claims The IAAF announced earlier this year that they… Read More »