With human trials of a potential COVID-19 vaccine beginning in Adelaide, will South Australians trust the fast-tracked result? Continue reading A fast-tracked vaccine is on the way, but is the public willing to get the jab?
Visiting a family member in hospital is always hard, but during a pandemic it becomes unnerving. Continue reading “Please don’t go”: My family’s experience of hospitalisation during COVID-19
The reopening of pubs and bars means this may be the hardest Dry July yet Continue reading Dry July
Australian doctors predict a 30 per cent decline in cancer diagnosis in Australia because of COVID-19. OTR reporter Alyssa Cairo finds out what the impacts of the decline really are. Continue reading What COVID-19 could mean for cancer diagnosis and prognosis
As the global population increases, so does the need for safeguarding the health of rights and women across the world. Continue reading World Population Day promotes the health and rights of women globally
South Australia remains the only state in the country where abortion is criminalised, but how are the laws really affecting people in need of these services? Continue reading COVID-19 inspires no changes to SA abortion laws
Could St John’s wort, Valerian root and Ayurveda be the solution for your sleepless, stressed filled nights during COVID-19? (Image source: Omid Armin on Unsplash) Continue reading End of semester stress? Try these natural remedies and relaxation techniques.
South Australian high school students want more from their sex education, so what is missing from the curriculum and why is it so important in the first place? Continue reading Fulfilment over fear: what SA students want from their sex education
A year on from when we last spoke to the TABOO girls, On The Record contributor, Alyssa Cairo, takes a deeper look into Isobel Marshall’s life as a university student fighting period poverty. Continue reading Fighting menstrual TABOO one pad at a time
While some of the most essential sanitary products including soap and toilet paper are quickly running low, some people are taking matters into their own hands and doing their best to provide these necessities for people who are struggling. Continue reading Random acts of kindness: how people are showing kindness in a time of uncertainty