Euro 2020: Are The Rules Too Strict Or Not Strict Enough?

Euro 2020 is set to hit Glasgow next week with fans flocking to Hampden and official ‘fan zones’ to cheer on the national team in their first major tournament in 22 years. However, what would normally be a hugely celebrated occasion is now one of division and restrictions due to the ongoing pandemic. The 12,000 spectators at Hampden have been allocated timed slots on when … Continue reading Euro 2020: Are The Rules Too Strict Or Not Strict Enough?

Joy for health worker as gyms re-open their doors

Nurse says he is “So happy” to be able to gym again after facilities finally open their doors following months of inactivity. When asked how it felt being able to resume some normality in his life and how the first day back had gone, Reid Candlish said: “I’ve been waiting for this day for a long time, it’s good to see everyone else back, there’s … Continue reading Joy for health worker as gyms re-open their doors

Living With A Chronic Illness: Danni’s Story

Background From a young age, Danielle McLachlan was told by doctors that her aches and pains were just signs of ‘growing pains’ and that eventually they would pass. Skip forward a few years to when Danni turned 13 and she was finally given a diagnosis. Rheumatoid Arthritis. A long term condition that causes pain, swelling and stiffness in joints. The exact symptoms that Danni experienced. … Continue reading Living With A Chronic Illness: Danni’s Story