The Guardian: Erectile Dysfunction or performance anxiety? The truth behind a modern malaise
All men struggle to get an erection at some point in their lives, but more and more in their 20s and 30s are having problems. Are they panicking at the thought of sex? Read here.
The Guardian: How I accepted I'm an introvert – and learned to refuse invitations without guilt
After years of drinking through social engagements to make them bearable, I finally acknowledged my fear of talking to strangers and made peace with it. Read here.
The Observer Magazine: Life After Brain Damage
Suffering a traumatic head injury is a terrifying ordeal, with serious implications for the way we live. Yet, strangely, there can be an upside. Here, four people talk about their experiences. Read here.
The Guardian: Bariatric Divorce: Why Extreme Weight Loss Leads to Break-Ups
For people struggling with their weight, surgery can be a source of help and hope. But it often has an unexpected effect on romantic relationships. Read here.
The Guardian: When survival is a popularity contest: the heartbreak of crowdfunding healthcare
A growing number of Britons are turning to online fundraising for essential treatment in a desperate, ‘Dickensian’ attempt to get around NHS shortfalls. But does it work? Read here.