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5 things you need to know for World Bipolar Day

By Lauren Butcher on 20/03/18

World Bipolar Day is celebrated on 30th March each year to combat the social stigma that often goes hand in hand with bipolar disorders, and to bring international awareness.

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How to find more time to read

By Rachel Waterman on 19/03/18
Tagged in nursing

Some of the busiest people on our planet are also avid readers. Reading sparks your creativity, helps you grow your understanding of complex problems and grows you intellectually, while at the same time, reading is a very relaxing activity. But how do we make time to read?

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5 warning signs for eating disorders

By Declan Campbell on 23/02/18

Today marks the start of the 2018 Eating Disorders Awareness Week. The theme of this year’s week is ‘Why Wait?’. On average, someone suffers from an eating disorder for almost three years before they decide to seek help. Given that there is a direct correlation between the sooner someone receives treatment and the likelihood of them being able to make a full and fast recovery, we feel it is important to highlight some of the key warning signs.

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World Cancer Day 2018

By Declan Campbell on 02/02/18
Tagged in cancer research

Today marks World Cancer Day, a day to raise awareness for one of the biggest killers across the globe. Worldwide, 8.8 million people die from a form of cancer every year, that’s more than HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined.

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Choosing the right role

By Declan Campbell on 17/01/18

As we welcome in another year, many see the New Year as a good time for a fresh start. This often includes considering the decision to leave their current role and finding a new, exciting opportunity. But, how do you make sure that your next job is the right move for both your career, and your personal life?

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