December 7, 2018

Toxic Relationships

Why do we sometimes find ourselves unable to walk away from a toxic, abusive or damaging relationship? 

Why do we tend to ignore the red flags when they rise above the surface?

And why are we attracted to it in the first place?

Every relationship goes t...

December 7, 2018

There has been a substantial rise of social media in recent years which undoubtedly has contributed to ‘troll’ behaviour. The internet allows people to develop anonymous personalities meaning that users have little sense of accountability when online, it is therefore e...

December 7, 2018

Homeless people are often perceived to be sleeping on the streets and battling addictions such as drug and alcoholism. However here at What’s Up TV we found that 10% of homeless people in the UK are in fact working. Up to 32,000 people in the UK are sofa surfing, livin...

December 7, 2018

Surveys suggest 1 in 10 university students are purchasing prescription only drugs online, the most common being modafinil, to get them through their degree. Modafinil is often prescribed to those with narcolepsy, as it keeps users awake. When used as a study drug, stu...

December 7, 2018

“You can die in a day from this,” Jacqueline Allan, the founder of Diabetics with Eating Disorders (DWED) speaks about Type 1 Eating Disorders. Sufferers of Type 1 Eating Disorders are risking their eyesight, limbs, fertility and lives in order to be thin. It is more d...

December 7, 2018

P.ressures of society
C.ourage of the women who face this 
O.vercoming the challenges ahead 
S.uccess of living day by day fighting against the PCOS odds

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome also known as PCOS is a common hormonal imbalance that affects 1 in 5 of women in the UK....

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