Last week I saw something I have never seen before – someone admitting that they had changed their minds about politics because of what they had seen on social media.
With the spring in our step and the subtle hint of a warm breeze, it seems like summer has finally arrived and we are seeing stripes.
This month is National Pet Month which aims to promote responsible pet ownership and raise awareness of the benefits of living with pets.
Most people can’t live without technology, be it for work or for fun.
Today marks the first day of spring – the start of sunnier days and lighter nights.
Last month we looked at Freezing Cold Weather Injuries and how to treat them, both on and off the hill.
Professor Sarah Pedersen: How posting pictures of your baby on Facebook could land you with a law suit
When your baby comes of age might he take you to court for breaching his right to privacy?
All Commandos take part in exercises in Arctic environments at some point in their career as the UKs Cold Weather Warfare Specialists.
It’s February 14 and, supposedly, the day we show our partner how much we love them.
There is nothing more embarrassing than plumping yourself down on an occupied seat.
With the most romantic day of the year fast approaching, its no surprise the high street is filling up with some of the most gorgeous underwear sets.
From unruly, blunt fringes, to straight, shiny, center-parted hair, 2017 is full of modern hair trends bringing out bold, voluminous hairstyles, which will compliment even the most sophisticated of looks.
Professor Sarah Pedersen: Twitter can be a powerful communication tool… But it has dangers for us all
It has become obvious very quickly that the new President of the United States has no intention of ceasing his Twitter activity or indeed of restricting himself to the official @POTUS Twitter account.
My little girl is watching me intently.
This mini-series will focus on freezing and non-freezing cold weather injuries that can occur in an extreme mountainous environment, the signs and symptoms - and most importantly, prevention.
With New York Fashion Week fast approaching it can sometimes be hard to keep up with the latest trends.
As we welcome in a new year, many of us make new resolutions welcoming change.
It’s a new year and we’re half-way through January – the most miserable month of the year.
With the festive period in full swing, and many a party to be had, individuals across the north-east are looking for some much-needed advice on how to take their casual daytime looks to sophisticated night time glam.
With autumn coming to a swift end, the brisk icy mornings of winter are starting to emerge, with fur coats and woolly scarves making an exit from wardrobes across the region.
It’s officially the party season and many of us will have Christmas nights out with work colleagues over the next couple of weeks.
Professor Ewan Gillon, chartered psychologist and clinical director of First Psychology Aberdeen discusses the psychology behind shoppers’ urgency to get the best deals on Black Friday.
Is social media good for politics? That’s the question to be debated next week by teams of politicians and academics at Robert Gordon University as part of the ESRC’s Festival of Social Science.
We don’t often get to choose who we work with, especially in larger companies. Relationships have a huge impact on our mental health and sometimes we are forced to work with people where we lack what I like to call ‘people chemistry’.
Jojo Fraser: How can we begin to find the right words to say about something which is so tragically sad?
It's baby loss awareness week - a topic that will sadly be close to many peoples hearts.
Hills in Scotland over 3000ft are affectionately known as ‘Munros’ after Sir Hugh Munro, who compiled the first and original list of Munros in 1891.
Postnatal depression can creep up and take over those we least expect it to. Many will be struggling with it right now but too ashamed to speak out about it - I mean isn't having a baby meant to be a happy time?
Wherever you have been this summer, you will have noticed a strange phenomenon: teenagers, outside, walking around, in daylight hours.
Times are changing. The modern dad is hands on - he can change a nappy (it isn't rocket science). He can look after the kids so mum can get some much needed 'me time' or see their friends and drink gin.
Professor Sarah Pedersen: As private moments flood our news feeds, are ‘death selfies’ really that surprising?
The story of the selfie-taking tourist at an Orkney funeral recently is the latest example of what has become a frequent news story – someone taking a selfie in an inappropriate place or at an inappropriate time.
I started running in early 2015, 7 weeks after I had my 2nd baby. Back then I was pretty overweight and a 5k was a scary distance to me. It turns out that if you can put your mind to something that anything is possible.
When the twin towers fell on 9/11, social media had not yet become a worldwide phenomenon. Those searching for family members or friends in the rubble had to pin hastily photocopied posters bearing a photograph and appeals for further information on lamp posts or in local shop windows.