In this podcast we chat with the University of Aberdeen about how teachers can provide practical and emotional support to young people embarking on the applicant journey for Medicine. Read more
Going to University or College is a big change which can entail a lot of mixed emotions. It also has challenges which may affect your mental well-being. That’s why we’ve put together these five tips for freshers to help you maintain a positive mental well-being! Read more
One benefit of exercising is that it is a great mood booster. Exercise relaxes your mind; thus, it's crucial for your mental health. Therefore, you should try to identify a physical activity that will help you achieve this amongst many other benefits. Read more
By raising awareness, reducing the stigma around suicide and encouraging well-informed action, we can reduce instances of suicide around the world. Read more
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