From hard-to-kill plants to the game sure to keep your grandma from nodding off on the sofa, look no further for this year's most coveted stocking fillers.
Nothing kick-starts Christmas more than a Mark Darcy-inspired knit and this year, there are more festive jumpers on offer than ever before. Yep, there’s no longer room for excuses. The fash pack will be pleased to see a handful of chic fair isle numbers which won’t look out of place in the office while the kids will be kept quiet courtesy of ‘Star Wars’-themed winter gear. Meanwhile, high street heroes Next and Debenhams are determined to spread festive cheer to the greatest scrooges amongst us with slogan-emblazoned jumpers it’ll prove hard to say no to. The best part? With money famously tight in December, you needn’t spend a small fortune and can save up for those last-minute pressies instead… Whether you’re planning a sweet family snap in matching knits or are in need of an oversized sweatshirt for Christmas dinner , look no further for the most sought-after festive jumpers this year. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Sustainable gift ideas: This year’s best guilt-free Christmas presents Gift ideas for him: The best Christmas presents for the men in your life Gift ideas for her: The best Christmas presents for the women in your life
Instagram is making it harder to search for eating disorders on the site, in an effort to prevent the glamourisation of damaging mental health conditions. In 2012, Instagram began making certain terms “unsearchable” on the site, including those seen to be promoting eating disorders. While some hashtags on the unsearchable list would come up with no results when searched, others would give users the option to “learn more” when they clicked on them and provide them with the option of seeking out help if needs be.
Approximately one in 25 people aged between 16 and 24 in the UK identify as lesbian, gay or bisexual, according to the Office for National Statistics. While it’s previously been discovered that young members of the LGBT+ community are more likely than those who identify as heterosexual to self-harm or experience depression, there hasn’t been a substantial amount of research pinpointing when these mental health issues appear or how they progress over the years. In a new study published in The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health journal, researchers compared the symptoms of depression exhibited by adolescents who are in a sexual minority with those who are heterosexual.
Five years after giving birth mothers are 80 per cent more likely to get breast cancer than women of the same age who don’t have children.
"I look around as I'm walking my daughter to the front door and all we see is rat nest hair, no make-up, eye bags out to wherever."