People Who Worry About Their Health Could Be Doubling Their Risk Of Heart Disease

People who needlessly worry that they have, or will develop, a serious illness may be boosting their risk of heart disease, a new study has suggested. Anxiety is a known risk factor for heart disease and now researchers have said health anxiety (or hypochondria), where people believe they are going to develop a serious illness, seems to…

London Fashion Week 2016: Margaret Howell Brings Vintage Beachwear To The Office

Margaret Howell has given us serious workwear goals with her spring/summer 2017 collection. Howell’s London Fashion Week show on Sunday 18 September featured her signature “less traditional” shirt designs worn untucked and paired with short shorts in the style of vintage swimming trunks, cropped trousers and midi skirts. Despite this being a spring/summer show Howell proved…

Florence Welch Opens Up About Redefining Success Ahead Of ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’ Album Release

Florence Welch, of Florence And The Machine fame, has opened up about her decision to take a year out, ahead of the release of her upcoming album ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’. READ MORE: Florence’s ‘Nervous Breakdown’ – What Does It Actually Mean? The singer-songwriter achieved huge critical acclaim following her second release ‘Ceremonials’…

Powerful Photo Project Aims To Diversify ‘White-Washed’ Christmas In Britain

At Christmas time we are inundated with images of happy families enjoying the festivities, and chances are they will often be white. But no we’re not talking about snow, we’re talking about race. That’s why a new campaign hopes to tackle the lack of diversity of black and ethnic minority (BAME) families in advertising and…

‘The Recovery Letters’ Gives People With Depression Hope From Those Who’ve Walked In Their Shoes

When you’re in the darkest moments of depression it can be difficult to imagine a day when you’ll feel happy again. But a touching project is allowing people who have survived these feelings to tell others “things will get better”.  The project, titled ‘The Recovery Letters’, allows people who are recovering from depression help those…

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