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Today we meet, Robbie Francis, who at 27 is doing her bit to change the world. She's bringing together disability, sustainability and organic coffee farming to enrich the lives of disabled Mexicans.
Nick Chisholm is a body builder whose body is paralysed. He's got locked-in syndrome, and he's one of the most charismatic men you'll ever meet.
Elyn, Debra and Paris have experienced schizophrenia. In this episode they debunk the myths of this misunderstood condition.
Eltje lived for cycling and competing. While out training, she was struck by a car and suffered a traumatic brain injury. A year on, she's aiming for the impossible, to get back on her bike.
As the national Miss Amazing pageant in Chicago draws near so does the chance for one little 17-year old girl to find herself a friend, her first ever.
Each year over a hundred girls with learning disabilities gather with the hope of being crowned Miss Amazing. But for one girl her dream involves more than a shot at the title, she just wants a friend
Doctors are seeing more and more young women who are anxious, depressed and suffering adrenal fatigue, today we explore why and what can be done to avoid it.
The pressure on women to be thin is everywhere. In this episode we look at the effects body pressure has on women, and why it must stop.
In this episode we explore why being a mum today is harder than ever and reveal how prolonged sleep deprivation has a negative lasting effect on our brains.
We're more connected than ever, but despite being constantly online, we're feeling isolated and anxious. We explore why social media is so addictive and what it's doing to our mental health.
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