3rd October 2012
TweetThe current edition of The Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care has two very interesting (and more importantly…
30th September 2012
TweetOver the summer I was saddened to learn of the death of John Tomlinson. John was an inspiration to so…
31st May 2011
Tweet Want to know what testicle size has to do with your relationship status? Whether a long tail may help…
31st March 2011
TweetIf you aren’t aware of it, The Orwell Prize celebrates political writing across books, journalism and (since 2009) blogs. The…
9th February 2011
TweetOver the past few weeks parents, practitioners, young people and journalists have been concerned about the Channel 4 series ‘The…
2nd August 2010
TweetParents across the UK are understandably being made anxious by news reports today suggesting: Rise in 11 year olds on…
27th April 2010
TweetOne thing that has marked this election is the growing focus on science issues. This has partly been down to…
26th February 2010
In this past week sex education has been hot news in the UK. Reporting on this issue hasn’t always been clear and I’ve been overwhelmed with emails from parents, teachers and health practitioners asking about what’s going on. Here’s my answers to the most commonly asked questions which hopefully should clear up any confusion and bring you up to speed on what’s happening.
15th January 2010
Many of us need advice or help with our sex or relationships health. That might mean an STI test, advice on contraception, or help with addressing sex or relationship problems. It can be confusing to know where to go and ask for advice, so this guide outlines where you can get help along with resources to help yourself.
30th October 2009
On Wednesday I hosted a ‘So, you think you’re a sexpert?’ quiz at London’s Science Museum. Yesterday I posted the quiz for you to take if you couldn’t make the event. Today it’s time to see how you scored….