— Ellie Broughton

Brexit is a nightmare for farmers’ mental health (Munchies, part of the VICE network)

Move over, mindfulness: it’s time for ‘finefulness’ (The Guardian) 

‘I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at 29’ (Refinery29)

The NHS doctor who treated Ebola (Pulse)

Lung cancer in non-smokers is more common than you’d think (Patient.info)

Is it safe to take opioid painkillers? (Patient.info)

What to do if you get the urge to self-harm (Patient.info)

‘Preventing cardiovascular disease is relatively simple, and ultimately quite boring’: why wearables won’t save us from ourselves (Raconteur)

The yoga retreat co-subsidising breaks for refugees (The Independent)

The inmates who teach other prisoners to read (Positive News)

These people have given up flying to help the environment (The Huffington Post)

How to get from Europe to Australia without flying (Deutsche Welle)

The UK’s free healthcare system isn’t doing much for its STD problem (Tonic, part of the VICE network)

What it was like to go to the doctor in 1610 (Tonic)

The 24-year-old woman who walked across Canada (Refinery29)

‘Most women still have a terror of fat, even if they are allies’: why feminists still can’t handle fat girls (For Books’ Sake)

‘Sound is powerful… like our sense of smell’: an interview with Chris Watson (Caught by the River)

‘To ageism you have to say, “Yes, we’re old and proud now”‘: an interview with Lynne Segal (For Books’ Sake)

I went to a workshop to help me deal with climate change anxiety (Refinery29) 

Why we can’t stop watching Doctor Foster (The Pool)

Things you only know if you’re a Thames Clipper captain (Time Out)

London’s booze-free venues for a no-alcohol January (Londonist)

We sent a feminist to the UK’s first porn film festival (Refinery29)

Is Brexit going to put Londoners off cheese? (Eater) 

Documenting Jane Austen cosplay in the English countryside (LitHub)