A new review has stressed how many women who voiced concerns regarding vaginal mesh procedure complications were dismissed as having “women’s problems”.The report, published by The Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review, which is chaired by Baroness Julia Cumberlege, found that “thousands” of women could have been spared from complications following vaginal mesh surgery.
Amanda Kloots has shared some of her favourite moments captured by her husband Nick Cordero, who died on Sunday from coronavirus complications at the age of 41.On Tuesday, Amanda posted a series of the photos and videos she found on her late husband’s phone after opening it for the first time since he was hospitalised with Covid-19.
Paris Jackson has opened up about her mental health struggles and revealed she has attempted suicide “many times”.During the latest episode of her Facebook Watch series, titled Unfiltered: Paris Jackson and Gabriel Glenn, the daughter of Michael Jackson discussed her ongoing body image issues and said she turned to self-harm as a way of coping after her father's death.
Usain Bolt has shared the first photos of his newborn daughter and also announced her name.The retired Olympic athlete welcomed his baby girl with long-time girlfriend Kasi Bennett in May, however the couple have chosen to keep the new arrival private until now.
Children aren’t equipped to process these heavy emotions on their own. It’s why we need to check in with them and ensure they’re coping with the uncertainty of the pandemic in healthy ways.
Almost a third of people in the UK would definitely not have a coronavirus vaccine or are not sure whether they would, a new poll has found.Between 24 and 25 June, YouGov conducted a survey of 1,663 people in Britain, on behalf of research group Centre for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH).
An army major is walking the length of the UK barefoot to help fund treatment for his eight-year-old daughter, who has a rare disease.On Monday, Major Christopher Brannigan will begin his walk without shoes from Cornwall to Edinburgh via Downing Street while carrying 25kg kit to raise awareness of those affected by rare diseases.
Charlize Theron has spoken about the struggles of homeschooling her children while at home during the coronavirus pandemic, saying she would much rather make intense action films than become their teacher again.Theron has two daughters – eight-year-old Jackson, who she adopted in 2012, and four-year-old August, who she adopted in July 2015.
Tom Hanks has opened up about his experience of having Covid-19, revealing that he experienced symptoms such as body aches and fatigue for two weeks.Speaking to The Guardian, the actor explained that he wasn’t scared by being unwell with the virus, which his wife, Rita Wilson, also had.
Kate Garraway says her husband Derek Draper has emerged from a “deeper coma” and is now in a minimal state of consciousness.The Good Morning Britain presenter’s husband has been in hospital since March when he was placed in an induced coma after contracting coronavirus.
Prince Charles has paid tribute to the ”remarkably selfless” healthcare workers who have been taking care of others throughout the coronavirus pandemic to mark the 72nd anniversary of the NHS.On 5 July 1948, the national health service was launched by then-minister for health Aneurin Bevan.
Orlando Bloom has revealed the moments he is most looking forward to sharing with his newborn daughter.The Pirates of the Caribbean star — who is already dad to nine-year-old son Flynn with ex-wife Miranda Kerr — is currently expecting a daughter with fiancée Katy Perry.
Demi Lovato has revealed that her grandfather has passed away.On Wednesday, the “Anyone” singer posted a touching tribute on Instagram featuring a series of photos of her grandfather, Perry Hart, who died earlier this week following years of health issues.
Bernie Ecclestone has become a father for the fourth time aged 89.On Wednesday, the former chief executive of Formula 1 announced that his wife Fabiana Flosi, 44, had given birth to a baby boy.
Lockdown has prompted a surge in the number of aspiring runners, with nearly one million people downloading the Couch to 5K app since March.According to recent figures, more than 858,000 people downloaded the app between March and the end of June, a 92 per cent increase from the same period in 2019 when the app was downloaded 448,000 times.
A microbiologist has demonstrated the effectiveness of wearing a mask in preventing the spread of Covid-19 in a viral Twitter thread.Dr Richard Davis posted photographs of an experiment he conducted to illustrate exactly how wearing a face mask blocks germs from transmitting between two people.
Mark Wahlberg has revealed that he is allergic “to almost everything” after undertaking a series of allergy tests.On Tuesday, the actor shared a photograph on Instagram of his back after the test, which revealed that he had several allergies as indicted by the many red marks that had manifested.
Janet Street-Porter has encouraged members of the public to be vigilant when checking their skin for blemishes and moles after undergoing a skin cancer operation.On Tuesday 30 June, Street-Porter provided an update on her surgery during an appearance on ITV’s Loose Women.
Over the past month, thousands of people across the globe have taken part in historic protests in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.In the aftermath of George Floyd's death in Minneapolis, US on 25 May, protesters have taken part in mass demonstrations demanding an end to racism and police brutality against black people, sparking much-needed conversations about the prevalence of systemic racism in society.
The coronavirus lockdown has left a quarter of adults thinking they do not have any real friends.A study of 2,000 adults, conducted by Santander, found that recent restrictions have exacerbated the UK’s loneliness problem with a fifth of respondents saying they have felt increasingly isolated over the last three months.
LloydsPharmacy and Deliveroo have teamed up to help bring medication to your door within 30 minutes.The partnership means that customers will be able to order more than 50 medical essentials, including over-the-counter medicines, for delivery from 16 LloydsPharmacy stores across the UK.
As temperatures continue to fluctuate this summer, with the Met Office warning of the "highest ever UV-levels" last week, hay fever sufferers may struggle to spend time outdoors without their symptoms flaring up.For the unlucky individuals afflicted with sneezing fits, runny noses and itchy eyes every year, it can be incredibly frustrating having to endure the debilitating symptoms.
Over the course of lockdown, the UK has experienced bouts of sunny skies interspersed with periods of rainfall.After days of record-breaking heatwave temperatures, the Met Office said on Monday Britons should expect "wet, windy, and disappointingly cool" weather this week.