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Campaigning organisation 38 Degrees took to Lincoln’s High Street today in order to protest the controversial Transatlantic Trade Investment Partnership (TTIP).
The University of Lincoln and the United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust have performed research that shows smoking harms chances of recovering from fractures.
Local footballers have visited Lincoln City’s training ground to raise awareness of male specific cancer with the Imps’ players – with the help of “ball bags”.
Living with an eating disorder is a debilitating problem that affects huge numbers of the population. Candi Hindocha talks to Lincoln students about their experience.
A new study outlining the capability of new morning-after pill, branded by some as the “abortion pill”, has sparked fears of it leading to a more casual attitude towards sex.
With predictions of another swine flu surge as winter begins, University of Lincoln student Brooke Charlesworth shares her experience of the illness.
The cervical cancer vaccine, known as the HPV jab, has been given to more than a million young girls in the UK. While there has been some concern, the jab is extremely safe.
Whilst the bars start to get busier in town, it’s important to remember that drink spiking is a heightened danger at this time of year.