Tag: NHS

Let’s Talk: Endometriosis

As Endometriosis awareness month begins, Rachel Hains explores this relatively unknown medical condition and why anybody with a uterus should be made aware of it.

Too Little Too Late?

Annie Moore explains why the Students’ Union campaign, Let’s Talk About Sex, did little to address any of the immediate threats to students sexual health.

What happens after you attempt suicide?

Shannon Gray draws on personal experience to explain what services are available for those who have attempted to take their own lives.

‘It’s Our NHS’ – National Demonstration in London Attracting Students Across the Country

On Saturday 4 March 2017 people across the country are planning to congregate in Tavistock Square, London to march to Parliament, protesting about the conditions and funding of the NHS. The Demonstration has been called upon by ‘Health Campaigns Together’, often referred to as the HCT, a national network of more than 30 organisations and […]

NHS fees to be introduced for International Students

The government may begin to charge foreign students for use of the National Health Service, an investigation by Welsh student newspaper Gair Rhyyd has revealed. The findings suggest that the government is willing to implement a £150 surcharge to international students regardless of the impact they actually make upon the NHS, on entry to the […]