The cover is one of four shared as part of the magazine’s “Madness Issue”.
This is what it's really like to have a health condition no one can visibly see.
The UK sought to save £18 billion with the Welfare Reform Act of 2012. Today, one in five in Scotland are living in poverty. In this short documentary HuffPost UK and The Ferret follow Kim and Susan, two single mums trying to raise their children on Universal Credit. Just Surviving: A Decade Of Austerity In Scotland is a four-part documentary series.
Despite enormous medical progress on HIV, people like me are still shunned and rejected. We all deserve to live without fear of violence, scorn or blackmail, writes Matthew Hodson
This droplet will help normalise conversations about periods, and that's the first step to ending shame around menstruation forever
Periods are hell for some of us, at the very least we should be able to be honest about it.
I am sometimes surprised by how little my straight friends (and even some of my gay friends) know about the world-changing effects of PrEP/PEP
A few days ago I received an email that repeatedly described the serious mental health crisis I had last year as me being "delicate".
A few days ago I received an email that repeatedly described the serious mental health crisis I had last year as me being 'delicate'
No, you're not 'a bit OCD'.