UK start-up challenges menstrual waste
Return of the noughties
How light therapy can help fight against winter depression
Bodywhys expresses concern over Operation Transformation return
The Eating Disorder Association of Ireland, Bodywhys, said in a statement this week that it recognises the “great deal of correspondence and concerns” that it has received since the announcement of the RTÉ staple’s return, adding that the programme is “triggering” for viewers, in particular those who live with an eating disorder.
Fashion is “no exception” to the circular economy
In June, Remake Our World, a non-profit organisation promoting conscious and ethical fashion consumption, created a pledge for people to sign, which would commit them to buying no new clothes for 90 days. By the petition’s end, 1, 297 people had successfully completed it, with the benefits extending far beyond the individual; over 26,000 pounds of garment waste was prevented from reaching landfill, while over 18 million gallons of water was saved.
Stress of the pandemic linked with changes in women’s reproductive health, new study finds
The importance of sleep for heart health and student’s lives
New study finds 80 per cent of young girls feel under pressure to send sexual images
DCU to provide free sanitary products to students
Keeping students safe amid rising reports of spiking cases
Naughty or nice: If you don’t get shopping early there may be nothing under your tree this Christmas
Tarot cards: A guide for beginners
Ireland is facing a “cultural crisis” due to a lack of late-night creative spaces
So, what does the future hold then? Kitt accepts it is “hard to know what moves the needle of public perception” but the continued engagement with the government and the revolutionisation of our Licensing Laws are to be the first step of the ongoing dance that is the innovation of nightlife in Ireland.