Social prescribing connects people with non-medical support to improve their health and wellbeing – but some experts worry it’s just a stick plaster solution.
With the UK now set to run out of vaccines, people working in the sex industry – particularly outside of major cities – have been left especially vulnerable, reports Brit Dawson.
With the virus now a global health emergency, we must take steps to fight misinformation and demand a swift UK-wide vaccine roll out, writes Phil Samba.
As demand surges, plastic surgery providers are targeting some of men’s biggest insecurities with hazardous procedures.
In this morning’s Queen’s Speech, the mention of social care amounted to a single line. It failed to ensure the investment and long-term action that is needed to support people throughout their lives.
We sat down on our Instagram channel with actor and activist Nathaniel Hall, who contracted HIV at age 16, to discuss the Channel 4 drama and how, after years of keeping it secret, he came to live openly and boldly with the disease.
In the wake of a rule change meaning that more gay men can give blood, writer Benjamin Weil argues that the burden of AIDS discrimination has merely shifted elsewhere in the community.
After witnessing the government's calamitous failings around COVID-19, one entrepreneur has reinvented his company to supply millions with PPE.
A new documentary examines the lack of government funding in the country, and the citizens who have been forced to pick up the slack.
The Fightback is a new Huck series platforming the activists making a vital difference in their local communities – and we want to hear from you.
The intersectional magazine explores how women experience pain in a society that seems pitted against them.
Megan Nolan spent years miserably fighting her body, desperate to contort it into a perfect figure she had in her head. Then one day she decided to embrace it.