Solutions are needed that not only defuse the internet’s power to amplify abuse, but also encourage crucial shifts in social norms and values within online communities.
Recommended first-line treatments – such as advice to stay active and to exercise – are often overlooked. Instead, many health professionals seem to favour less effective treatments such as rest, opioids, spinal injections and surgery.
These short programs must be part of a wider, broader and more comprehensive and ongoing program to make a real difference.
Online abuse may appear to be ostensibly different from rape or sexual assault. However, the same norms and power structures underpin these acts.
Mariah Carey recently opened up about her struggle with bipolar disorder, a mood disorder that includes episodes of elevated mood, as well as episodes of depression.
It now appears that a large subset of lupus patients’ disease is caused by mechanisms the immune system normally uses to combat viruses.
Children with autism and their younger siblings are less likely to be fully vaccinated than neurotypical children and their siblings, new research from the US has found.
As designers and developers we should all be seeking to create experiences that are as inclusive as possible.