4 mn read The Holyrood election is fast approaching, with less than a week to go until Scots take to the ballot box. The sixth Scottish Parliament elections have been long-awaited, fought with lockdown and distancing between candidates and voters. But this election is more decisive than just seeing whether Nicola Sturgeon can hold onto the reins of power, however; this election may be decisive for the Scottish independence movement too. Eat News spoke to Sir John Curtice, British political scientist, Senior research fellow, and pollster, to learn more about the election and the future for Scotland in the UK.
4 mn read The stigma and silence around menstruation builds up the negligence of the issues like period poverty and female hygiene. In India only 12% of women are exposed to the period products and rest 88% use cloth, rags, hay, leaves, sand and ash, according to the report of Indian ministry of health. More than half of menstruators put their bodies to risk of Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), bacterial vaginosis with skin irritation and vaginal itching.