A digital art campaign aimed at raising awareness of homelessness and breaking the surrounding stigma is on display around Manchester
‘People can wait a YEAR before recognising they have an eating disorder’: Beat bust bulimia myths in Heaton Park
A turn-of-the-season September morning saw a group of people on Heaton Park surrounded by fluttering banners as Beat, a charity dedicated to helping people suffering from eating disorders, came to Manchester last month.
A team of healthcare professionals are stepping out of the clinic and into the spotlight to raise awareness of young people’s mental health and emotional wellbeing.
Whips and chains… just don’t forget the safe word! Uncovering Manchester’s bondage scene as fetish club arrives
Torture Garden’s hosts the fetish event at Alter Ego
‘Mental illness is NO prison sentence’: Rochdale group seek to change attitudes for World Mental Health Day
The event is organised by Rochdale and District Mind
It’s ‘time to talk’ about mental health: Manchester’s Ricky Hatton and The Saturday’s Frankie front campaign
Celebrities including This Morning’s Matt Johnson back campaign
MindFull have called for secondary schools to include mental health lessons
It’s your right: Lesbian and bisexual women urged to demand cancer tests for Cervical Screening Awareness Week
Many LGBT women are refused screenings
The issue is receiving some political coverage
‘At times I felt close to a breakdown’: Charity campaign vows to end stigma of depression in young adults
MM’s Jessica Phillips shares her university experience of anxiety.
End the ’embarrassment and stigma’: Behind Cancer Campaign launch calendar over rare form of disease
The Christie praised for its ‘fantastic work and wonderful support’.