A south Manchester charity launched their very own ‘BooBee bus’ as part of a campaign to mark Breast Cancer Awareness
A tribe of kick-ass women empowered, inspired and connected with one another as a nod to the 20th anniversary of National Stress Awareness Day.
‘Don’t blend in’: Manchester trans make-up artist urges LGBT people to ‘be confident and proud of your journey’
A Manchester transgender woman is on a mission to boost the confidence of the city’s LGBT community and acceptance of others so nobody suffers the same ‘horrific bullying’ she did while at school.
Diabetes services in Manchester are thriving, while hundreds of patients in other regions are being denied vital information about how to cope with their lifelong disease.
‘I could have slipped through the cracks’: Parents expose ‘mishmashed’ and ‘patchy’ postnatal depression support
As reports reveal one in four mums suffer postnantal depression, a senior lecturer at Manchester Uni tells MM that specialist mental health care for mums is ‘patchy’ and whether you receive care is a ‘postcode lottery’.
‘Orthodox priests’ strike a pose for NSFW homoerotic calendar to fight Russia’s oppression of LGBT people
A homoerotic calendar is arousing the intrigue of people across the globe thanks to the stunning photography of muscular, almost naked models wearing symbols of the Orthodox religion – including one who looks an awful lot like a certain Russian ruler.
Being gay doesn’t define me but it’s something I’m no longer ashamed of, instead I can accept and embrace it.
‘Faith is my anchor, it kept me from drowning’: Manchester shares stories for World Mental Health Day
Today is World Mental Health Day and, with one in four adults suffering from some form of mental illness, now is the time to start talking about it.
At MM we decided we would spend International Older Person’s Day choosing our top five elderly Mancunians – after much debate, here’s our list!
Manchester’s LGBT Foundation is teaming up with leading health professionals working in tobacco control in a bid to ‘bring smoking out of the closet’.
Legal highs, loud music, booze and dodgy barbecues are just some of the anti-social behaviours Manchester sixth form students aimed to prevent by staging a bad house party.