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Tag: Let’s Talk

A Guide To Safety At University

Heading off to university? If you’re living alone or with relative strangers for the first time, it can be a daunting experience. Safety should always be your number one priority. We share our tips for a safe and happy experience

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Let’s Talk: M.E.

Chronic fatigue is a term we’re all becoming too familiar with. For most of us though, normality will resume pretty swiftly. But for a small percentage of the population, normal life is a fanciful concept. We’re lifting the lid on M.E. and it’s true effects.

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Let’s Talk: Autism

Take 5 minutes to learn 5 things about Autism in our latest Let’s Talk health feature; whether watching one of the videos, reviewing the National Autistic Society website and services or just to find out more. Greater awareness, can lead to greater understanding.

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Cervical Screening Awareness Week – Your Need To Know

It’s Cervical Screening Awareness Week- we take a look at your main concerns when it comes to this routine examination; don’t think it applies to you, don’t have the time for it or perhaps your just concerned about what it entails or even the results that come back- maybe this will change your mind.

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Autumn Edition Magazine

Anything Goes Lifestyle Autumn Magazine 23

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Our Book of the Month…

On the Rooftop Margaret Wilkerson Sexton

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