Do we believe everything that we read about Donald Trump?
We’ve said goodbye to the festive season and most of us are now settling back into our usual routine.
The festive season can be chaotic, and for some, a simple ‘Merry Christmas and Happy New Year’ text or social media post is all they can come up with to show they are thinking of friends and family.
The Scottish Law Commission has launched an attempt to introduce more control over the ‘Wild West’ of social media, where anything no longer goes.
The festive season may bring with it the joys of good food, gift-giving, and spending time with the family but it is also a time where many people feel stressed and under pressure to have the ‘perfect Christmas’.
Movember is here which means over the next few weeks you might start to notice a huge number of the city’s male population sporting moustaches.
I was fascinated to learn of a special dating event being held in Aberdeen for adults with learning difficulties.
Most commonly diagnosed in children, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), is a condition whereby the individual suffers from restlessness and may struggle to concentrate.
The UK is now a ‘smartphone society,’ with over 80% of the population having access to one.
There are a huge number of experiences and emotions people go through when living with Alzheimer’s.
With a new season comes the introduction of a new colour palette to brighten up your wardrobes.
September is here already and I completed my first ever Aberdeen half marathon.
With the summer holidays over and the children back to school it’s time to get back to the 9-5.
Recently parents have once again been warned about their children’s use of social media.
Starting secondary school can be a huge source of anxiety for children and their parents.
Following the recent terror attacks that have taken place in the UK and the dreadful Grenfell Tower fire tragedy, some of us may be feeling a heightened sense of anxiety about our own safety and that of our loved ones.
Now we are in the heart of the so-called summer - tennis, cricket and the start of football again - I am regularly asked about blind people and co-ordination.
It is reported that only 25% of people suffering from depression are men but in reality the number is most likely to be a lot higher.
With the summer holidays approaching, it is easy to get carried away preparing your summer wardrobe especially if you have booked that sought-after holiday in the sun.
Well after mentioning my running last month, many people have asked how I manage this, some wondered if Rumba accompanied me.
Social media offers us the possibility of direct communication with politicians.
Three out of five Twitter users in the UK tweet while watching television.
The 80s is making a modern revival in 2017.
This month, I’d thought I’d give a wee insight into the rock’n’roll life I have when away from the day job, and also to ask, where does the hour go?
13 Reasons Why, the show which tells the story of a teenage girl who commits suicide, recently premiered on Netflix and it seems as though everyone is talking about it.
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?