Internet Finds Newly-Engaged Couple After Stranger Captures Magical Proposal

A Redditor who photographed two strangers mid-proposal has tracked down the newly engaged couple using the power of the internet. In the photo, a woman clutches a bouquet of roses while her partner faces her with his back to the camera. They are surrounded by candles and rose petals, which make a love heart around them. …

Male Breast Cancer: Samuel L Jackson Spearheads Campaign Telling Men To Check Their Breasts

Breast cancer is often seen as a woman’s disease, meaning many guys don’t bother with regular breast checks. But this is something that needs to change. To coincide with Breast Cancer Awareness Month, men’s health charity ‘One For The Boys’ has teamed up with Samuel L Jackson to launch #InTheNipOfTime. The campaign asks men to post…

Government’s Eatwell Guide Promotes Industry Wealth Not Public Health, Argues Expert

The government’s latest Eatwell Guide does not offer healthy diet recommendations and has been formulated by too many people with industry ties, a leading expert has claimed. In an editorial published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, Dr Zoe Harcombe also says the continuing advice to follow a high-carb, low-fat diet has contributed to the rise…

‘Crafting With Feminism’: The Brilliantly Sassy Book You Never Knew You Needed

If you’re an ardent feminist with creative flair, prepare to fall in love.  Bonnie Burton’s ‘Crafting With Feminism’ inspires women and men alike to get stuck into humorous craft projects. The book gets the creative juices flowing by encouraging you to create things like huggable uterus body pillows and ‘pizza not patriarchy’ lunch bags. Amazing….

Fitness Campaign Urges Women To Embrace Their #BellyJelly And Reclaim Their Gym Spot

A new campaign is telling women to embrace their #BellyJelly and pursue new fitness goals no matter what their size. The film, created by the Movemeant Foundation, is part of the organisation’s ongoing pledge to boost body confidence among women. “We’re in the midst of an epidemic. Our young women are bombarded with images and messages that…

Electronic Devices Should Come With ‘Bedtime Mode’ To Boost Sleep, Expert Warns

Smartphones and electronic devices should come with a special “bedtime mode” to help people sleep better, a health expert has urged. Professor Paul Gringas from Evelina Children’s Hospital in London said devices are being manufactured with brighter and far bluer screens – and it’s having a detrimental affect on sleep. He suggests manufacturers introduce a…

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