For these adults, the ceremony isn’t about presents or lavish parties. It’s about affirming their place in the Jewish community.
As the mother of a son born prem who spent his first five months in neonatal care, I have wanted to write an article about the longterm effects, and the amazing research being done in this field, for some time, and here it is. It’s ended up coming out on my son’s birthday, which is an odd […]
Oxford to Cambridge is a distance of only 66 miles as the crow flies. So why is it so infernally difficult to get from one to the other?
Check out February’s Prima magazine to read my feature on the ‘shape makers’ – women who have found new careers in the health and fitness industry.
I’m delighted to have started writing for YBM‘s stable of magazines. See page 43 for a little interview with a sixth former at the Swiss boarding school Aiglon.
What medical technology innovations can we expect to see in 2016? We assessed where research trends might take us this year, from connected health to implantables, 3D printing, robotic exo-skeletons, brain-computer interfaces, drone healthcare, diagnostic technology, smart pills and personalised genomics.
For February’s Psychologies, I went to meet interiors journalist Caroline Rowland at her pastel-pretty home in south London.
I can’t believe I’m in Mollie Makes, one of my favourite magazines as a reader!
I’ve loved Mini Magpie unisex children’s clothes ever since I first stumbled across them in an east London market stall. For this month’s Mollie Makes I interviewed the super-creative designer Kimberley Golding about how she invents some of the most playful children’s clothes around.
Author photographs: Nina Hollington ThemeShopy