Chris was stabbed in the thigh, buttocks and back, with a large kitchen knife. The attack on the 16-year-old on a North London street by masked youths, in what was described as a premeditated ‘set up’, left him clinically dead.
“He was code red -
Online marketplace Etsy is aiming to smash the dated stereotypes of the "white, male" entrepreneur, one of its bosses has said.
Etsy's team celebrating their IPO last year
Nicole Vanderbilt, VP International for Etsy, said that 90% of its sellers were women and it aimed to
Shoppers are increasingly turning to clothing labels for more than just size information.
Designers and shops are being asked to increase the transparency around where their clothes are made for Fashion Revolution Week (18th – 24th April 2016).
So we asked the people behind new and developing sustainable fashion companies
Chronic illnesses kill nearly two in three people. Yet only a third of patients get the in-person help they need to improve their wellbeing.
It’s an issue that Australian service Textcare is remedying with an SMS-based behaviour change programme. Clara Chow, a cardiologist at Westmead Hospital in Sydney, told
Derren Brown rubs his eyes. It’s no illusion. He’s just tired. The 45-year-old has a new puppy and didn’t sleep much the night before we meet at a club in Soho to speak about his new book, Happy: Why More Or Less Everything Is Absolutely Fine.
New smart technology has been developed to help over one million people living with brain injuries in the UK.
A research team at Brain In Hand developed the app to help people living with acquired damage to the brain, both traumatic and non-traumatic, and it is now being
A barber is helping the homeless by offering free haircuts, in the hope it will help them to build a more positive life for themselves.
Ged King, who owns Manchester’s Skullfades Barber Shop, has also started a winter appeal - donating food, warm clothing and sleeping