2019 has only just begun but we already have the first trend – the 10-Year Challenge. This is where you share an image from 2009, next to a new one!
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) predicted that the property market will reach its weakest level since 2012 after Brexit.
In order to reduce diabetes, the NHS has announced a trial experiment with 5,000 people with type 2 diabetes invited to follow a diet of 800 calories a day for three months.
In the news this week, EE and Virgin Media have both been fined millions of pounds by Ofcom. Meanwhile, the number of people missing in the California fires has risen dramatically
In the news this week, the Bank of England is asking for the public to nominate a scientist to be the face of the new £50 note. Learn more.
In the news this week, Britain’s oldest football referee dies at the age of 91, a boy with Autism has received an award and a plane misses its runway!
Scientists at the University of Bristol are being funded to create robotic trousers for the elderly to assist with mobility.
A new study has revealed that the number of elderly people aged 85 and over needing 24-hour care is set to double, and that the care system is now at breaking point.
In the headlines this week we’ve heard how drinking too much – or too little – may be linked to dementia with scientists sharing their thoughts.
Our main headline this week is that the supermarket chain Morrisons have introduced a weekly ‘quiet hour’ for shoppers with autism who struggle with music and noise.