Category: Experience

Working with Type 1 Diabetes and Lupus

Working with Type 1 Diabetes and Lupus

“Health can change in a matter of minutes; I live on the edge, planning for the unplannable” Dr Julia Hubbard Tweet Julia is a research scientist at the Francis Crick...

IBS: A Common Condition Without A Cure

IBS: A Common Condition Without A Cure

Maga Flores-Trevino Shares Her Experience IBS – or irritable bowel syndrome –  is a common condition that affects the digestive system and it is the go-to diagnosis for all unexplainable...

Embrace the Fear: Rob Ryan on Anxiety

Embrace the Fear: Rob Ryan on Anxiety

As someone who has worked in sales, advertising, event production (urgh) and recruitment I like to think I know a thing or two about workplace stress – and having left...

Depression: Aerin Blood

Depression: Aerin Blood

I’m a second-year undergraduate law student at the University of Oxford, and so for just over a year now I’ve been learning how to cope with depression in the most...

ADHD: ‘I’d never been good with starts and ends’

ADHD: ‘I’d never been good with starts and ends’

This is the ADHD experience of Melissa. “Her term has been the definitive curate’s egg,” began my first report at Oxford. Curate’s egg. Wikipedia explained to me: a thing that...

Top Ten ADHD Talks and Podcasts

Top Ten ADHD Talks and Podcasts

This list has been compiled upon consultation of the best-rated and reviewed, as well as most listened and downloaded talks and podcasts on the topic of ADHD on Spotify, Apple...

Fighting Fat – My Weight Loss/Life Change Journey

Fighting Fat – My Weight Loss/Life Change Journey

I’ve just returned from a few days break in Blackpool. This is a place – like most holidays actually – that I associate with food. Freshly fried and sugared donuts,...