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Sick Of Being Sick In January

January has always been known as prime time for us students to catch colds and pick up bugs, as we return from our warm homes with well-stocked fridges. Have you already come down with something when we’ve only been back ten minutes? Have you got a sore, red nose from the cheap tissues you’ve been…

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An Attitude Of Gratitude In 2015

Did you know that by the 17th January, most people will have given up on their New Year’s Resolutions? It seems the usual plans to eat properly, exercise more and spend less are doomed to fail. Is this because they are not realistic or sustainable? Or is it because it is the worst time of…

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Supporting People With Their Mental Health

Research suggests that one in four people in the UK will experience a mental health issue each year. The symptoms and causes of these issues vary from person to person, however there are a number of things that you can do to make it a bit easier for someone if you think they may be…

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The Online World Of Mental Health

Young people can’t really escape the world of social media these days. It’s become an integral part of life to tell everyone how you’re feeling on your status, but does this have an effect on our mental health? In the old days, if we felt a certain way, then weíd probably call a particular person…

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The Paradox Of Overachieving

“I don’t know how you do it” is a phrase I’ve become quite accustomed to hearing the last few years. It’s usually brushed off with a giggle and the excuse of ‘lots of coffee and not much sleep’. The truth is sometimes I don’t know how I’ve done it either, and that’s not boasting or a…

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