Charity warns of exam stress epidemic
ChildLine is a helpline children and young people can contact - and it is increasingly being used by students who are worried about passing their exams. How much do tests really matter?
Feasts, fasts and a Pancake Day warning
Shrove Tuesday, ‘Pancake Day’, is a day to enjoy before the Christian fast of Lent. People eat pancakes and take part in parades. But are festivals like this still relevant?
Doctors to strike as row over motives heats up
Soon, around 45,000 junior doctors in England plan to stop working. Thousands of operations will be cancelled, but the doctors say they have no other choice. Is it a selfish decision?
‘No choice but to strike’, say junior doctors
Junior doctors have voted to strike in protest over changes to their pay, despite warnings that some patients may die as a result. Is being a doctor a job or something more important?
Tributes flood in for teenage cancer hero
Described as a ‘credit to humanity’, Stephen Sutton, the 19-year-old who raised over £3 million for charity, has died. What message should we take from his death?
Eating healthily can make you live longer
New research reveals that people who eat ten portions of fruit and vegetables a day are more likely to live longer. Some want the five-a-day guideline doubled. But is this asking too much?