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depression Tag Archive

Courier Classics: Superunknown (1994) by Soundgarden

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Film Editor Joe Holloran reviews the fourth album from the Seattle grunge band....

Mental health at university

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Molly Greeves assesses whether the university's mental health services are having a positive long-term impact...

Medicinal cannabis not the cure, after all?

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Steven Ross questions the effectiveness of medicinal cannabis and whether it should be available to the public for treating diseases...

One last thing then I swear to God I’ll shut up forever: a Bojack Horseman season six part 1 review

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Deputy editor Molly Greeves discusses the penultimate season of Bojack Horseman. ...

Students asked for family member’s death certificates as PEC form evidence

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It has been revealed that students have been asked to supply death certificates as evidencefor PEC (Personal Extenuating Circumstances) forms....

Feeling S.A.D?

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You might be suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder, but don’t despair, there are ways and means to climb of a winter rut. It is officially cold. It’s happened, there’s...

Poembox

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Inevitable In the past eighteen years I have learned that pain is inevitable There is no escape from the tears Pain is inevitable and it is okay   It is a thousand times okay...

Time to remove the dog-ma on depression in our canine friends

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Experts have found that over 945,000 British dogs currently suffer from mental health problems. Studies find that 1 in 14 dogs in Newcastle are facing depression, anxiety, and...

Overcoming the glorification of self-harm

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A recent YouGov study found that anxiety amongst young people is on the rise in the social media age. 18% of 16-25 year olds believed that life wasn’t worth living, with other...

Antisocial media: Is Instagram’s pledge to remove graphic images of self-harm enough for vulnerable young people?

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In the wake of the suicide of British teenager Molly Russell, Instagram has promised to ban graphic self-harm images from the social media platform. As a recovered self-harmer,...