Tag: Susan Flory

  • Dr Ian Lake

    Prepare to be amazed and intrigued in turn if you have Type 1 diabetes or know someone who does. Type 2 diabetes is a lifestyle disease we’re learning can be […]

  • Elle Russ

    When I first told a member of my family I had Hashimoto’s, an autoimmune attack on my thyroid, I did not expect her to say – Who doesn’t? Everyone I […]

  • Eranda Wickramasinghe

    My first encounter with Eranda Wickramasinghe was #RealFood Twitter. He posted a tweet that couldn’t be ignored – shirt off, belly out, it was a series of month-by-month side-shots of him starting […]

  • Dr Rupert Dunbar-Rees

    There’s a dark symmetry to what’s happening in this time of COVID when it comes to life expectancy. The global numbers are, no surprise, falling after several years of stall and […]

  • Georgie Lee + Colum Lowe

    We know the global population is rapidly ageing. We know longevity scientists are busy developing restorative treatments as they redefine ageing as a disease. It’s that medical model of steady […]

  • Sam Apple

    I’ve spent the past few days devouring Ravenous, a cracker of a science thriller written by my guest Sam Apple, who teaches science and creative writing to Masters of Arts […]

  • Dr Fayne Frey

    In the second skin cancer special with skin cancer specialist Dr Fayne Frey, why you need to protect yourself by inspecting yourself and not just once a year. She implores […]

  • Dr Fayne Frey

    One in two of us will get cancer – it’s only a matter of what kind and when. I wouldn’t say I’ve morbidly dwelled on that unsettling fact in recent […]

  • Kyrié Carpenter + Ryan Backer

    It’s often said ageism is the last socially-sanctioned prejudice. Our failure to confront it and make it as unacceptable as racism, sexism and ableism sets us up for our own […]

  • Kerry Hannon

    We are talking work this time – the now, how, why and even the what-to-wear of it through the murky lens of COVID. “None of us know where it’s headed; […]

  • Pavlina Tcherneva

    The global news headlines about looming mass unemployment are terrifying for the millions already out of work: Coronavirus unemployment crisis could flatten a generation The unemployment dam is about to […]

  • Stuart Lewis

    The future of work this time – that’s the thread I’m pulling from the jaws of what’s increasingly looking like a global depression in my ongoing series The Post-COVID Future […]

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