You’re Going To Want To Hear County Wide’s “Good Advice.”

Kentucky-based band, County Wide, released their latest single! “Good Advice” is reflective upon each member’s growing years, and the different paths they took to get where they are today. This country-rock ballad urges the listener to consider the wise words of family and friends, and expresses gratitude to those who try to help guide us … Read more

Government defends using public funds for Boris Johnson Partygate legal advice

The government has defended using taxpayers’ money to foot the bill for legal advice concerning the investigation into Boris Johnson’s Partygate denials, with fresh questions raised about why officials signed off on the nearly £130,000 costs. Edward Argar, a Cabinet Office minister, offered the first public explanation for why public funds had been used to … Read more

Paul Peter’s shock retirement on medical advice | The Citizen

South Africa’s champion racehorse trainer Paul Peter has quit the game for personal and emotional reasons and on medical advice. “I have to consider that as much as I love my racing and my horses, I have to be realistic and consider the implications for my family and my personal health,” said the 50-year-old on … Read more

Going Back to School With Diabetes: Advice From Community Experts

This content originally appeared on Beyond Type 1. Republished with permission. By Julia Sclafani Going back to school is a whirlwind—there’s so much to be excited about starting a new grade level and reuniting with teachers and classmates. For students with diabetes, a new year can also mean time to establish a new or updated … Read more

Australia news live: Tony Burke pledges ‘immediate’ workplace changes; AMA demands release of Covid advice

‘Immediate action’ on Fair Work Act changes: Tony Burke Paul Karp The workplace relations minister, Tony Burke, has outlined a number of changes to the Fair Work Act that the government will take “immediate action” on, with consultation to begin next week. Burke said these included: Stronger access for flexible working arrangements and unpaid parental … Read more

The struggle of fatherhood is real – so why are new dads often invisible in NHS advice? | Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett

Before Elliott Rae developed PTSD after the traumatic birth of his daughter, no one had told him that dads could experience birth trauma, too. “It was a really tough time that included moments of insomnia, anxiety and flashbacks. I became really emotional,” he says. Like many men, he found it difficult to speak about what … Read more