Breathe In… Breathe Out… If you read my previous piece on Witch Influencers and New Wellness Trends, then you know my thoughts on how essential it is to take time out for yourself and switch off from the social media […]
In this edition of Tom Tries It, our grooming expert Thomas Swallow goes beyond the realms of male grooming and delves into the world of at-home allergy testing. Read on to find out if they are worth all the social […]
Dr Mark Winwood has revealed that leaving social media could help your mental health – here’s how.
Being a gay man has always been a challenge in this world, but many people think the situation has been changing for the better in the past decade. However, this isn’t always the case, and gay men are still facing […]
When I gave up drinking 5 and half years ago, I thought that life as I knew it would end, the parties, the laughter, the falling over in the ditch… but it hasn’t and in fact, I can still outstay […]
But it’s absolutely okay to do. Gerard Barnes, CEO of mental health treatment specialists Smart TMS gives THEGAYUK five tips on how to “safeguard” your mental wellbeing this holiday season. Talk about your feelings Many people will expect you to […]
That thing we all do could be the best medicine ever. Leading sex brand LELO is urging the department of health to open up to the idea of prescribing masturbation to patients as part of a wellness programme over a […]
We invite Dr Julianne Barry, to talk about the importance of testing for HIV this HIV Testing Week. Let’s talk about HIV. The topic may trigger unease in many – but it needs to be addressed. There is huge anxiety […]
A study of 2,000 UK adults found the nation is labouring over tasks which may clear up dust and dirt visible on the surface, but viruses are being left untouched. More than a quarter will clean their homes with the […]
A doctor is warning users that mixing Viagra and poppers together could cause some real damage to health, after a new study revealed that over half (55 percent) of people who use Viagra have also used poppers alongside them.
Use of social networking sites and the prevalence of anxiety and depression is on the rise worldwide. But, is there a connection between social media and mental health concerns? Dr Shazia Bhatti, General Practitioner at the private GP clinic London […]