During this election, new plans for social care were the most talked about topic. However, none of the plans include solutions to existing problems.
One Scream is a voice-activated personal safety app for women and teenage girls. Have your phone nearby and One Scream can detect a panic scream (even from the bottom of your bag), identify your location and send for help.
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There are four Wednesdays in October and you can wear wellies on one or all of them to raise money for Dogtober.
Short wellies, long wellies, traditional green wellies, or wellies with bright yellow spots on, we don’t mind what they look like or where you wear them!
National Farm Safety Week prompted farmers to share practical tips about health and safety on the farm, but the Twitter conversation adopted a bit of a funny hashtag... here’s why.
When you first have a tiny puppy to protect, vaccinations are at the forefront of your mind; you do everything you can to protect the dog from getting sick.
Home care services for older people are not fast or flexible enough. With help from Uber and in partnership with the NHS, Cera has introduced two new services to help change this.
Women and girls shouldn’t be afraid to go out alone, but you feel safer when there’s someone there to help if you need it. Partners, parents and friends can worry less too.
One Scream is a new personal safety app for women and teenage girls that can stay with you wherever you go.
Flies aren’t just a nuisance, they also carry diseases, bite and irritate your flock for much of the year. But here's the good news; you can stop them from taking a bite out of your farm’s profits.
Do you know the worst mistake a vet can make on social media?
You already know you need to drink more water and have every intention of doing it, but it’s not always so easy. Life gets in the way and you forget. Before you know it, you’re not drinking enough water and staying on Plan feels instantly harder.
Here are some cunning tricks to stay hydrated...
Clostridial diseases have been a livestock issue for hundreds of years and affect species all around the world.