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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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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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10 top tips for writing your CV

By Lauren Gage on 02/01/18

If you’re looking for a job, it’s important that you have a professional CV to showcase your skills, your experience and to make you stand out from the many applicants. Ensure you create a flawless CV by following our top ten top tips.

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Six warning signs for bullying

By Declan Campbell on 13/11/17

Bullying can have a harrowing impact on someone’s mental health. With statistics showing there were over 24,000 Childline counselling sessions for children being bullied in 2016/17, it has never been more important to spot the signs early.

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