A special public information comic aims to help raise awareness of coeliac disease, a serious but often overlooked condition. The body’s immune system reacts to gluten, a protein found in food containing wheat, barley and rye, making the body attack itself. One in 100 people have coeliac disease but half a million people in the UK and over 36,000 people in Scotland are undiagnosed.
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Actor and motorbike addict Steve McQueen once said: “Racing is life. Anything before or after is just waiting.”
Menstrual health might be a bit of a taboo subject but don’t let that put you off – psychologists at Abertay University believe it shouldn’t be taboo and that it’s a really important subject. So important in fact, that they need your help.
Few of us have jewellery worth millions but plenty of us still love showing off on the likes of Facebook.
According to fossil evidence, roses have been around for 35 million years. They have been symbols of love, beauty and war but most of all they’re one of the most popular garden flowers of all time – and, thanks to Discover Scottish Gardens – a network of gardens and plant nurseries – Courier Country is blooming with beautiful rose gardens open to the public.
There is growing evidence that physical exercise and mental stimulation seem to help protect against age-related decline in cognitive function and may also delay the onset of diseases associated with old age.
China may be nearly five thousand miles away from Scotland but that’s no obstacle to a group of pupils at Morgan Academy in Dundee. They’re determined to make the once in a lifetime trip to promote child literacy in a poor area of the country.
For a child, being read a bedtime story is the loveliest thing, strengthening the bond between parent and child, and helping a wee one’s development.
Six Malawians had their dream come true when they visited Scotland – and brought a poignant gift with them as a thank-you for the life-saving help they’ve received.