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    The Saga of fake news

    During President Trump’s election campaign back in 2016, his supporters were regularly reported as chanting: ‘We hate Muslims. We hate blacks. We want our great country back’. Do you believe this statement? Well, you shouldn’t, because it’s completely false, and was one of the many fake news articles released in the lead-up to the presidential […]
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    Second royal wedding expected to cost £250,000

    In what will probably the biggest wedding this year, the sister of one of the world’s most well-known royals, Pippa Middleton, will be marrying financial broker James Matthews on 20 May. Her extravagant wedding will cost £250,000, which is ten times more than the average cost of weddings in the UK. Having previously dated in […]
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    Seven things you can do to improve your mental health

    Being physically healthy is important; however, being mentally healthy is more important. When we have a healthy mind, it results in us having a healthier life. But in order to achieve this, there are a range of things we should do: Get enough sleep Getting sufficient sleep every night is one of the most important […]
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    Psychological and physical effects of depression

    There is a close link between your health and depression. In a way, the human body is like a sacred temple - we take care of ourselves hygienically by showering every day, we make sure to get enough rest so that our bodies function well, we consider the effects of the foods we eat, etc.
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    7 Creative activities that can improve your mental health

    Researchers from the Department of Psychology at New Zealand’s University of Otago launched an experiment with 658 university students and found that there is a positive correlation between doing creative activities and better mental health. Speaking about the results, Dr Tamlin Conner said: “This finding suggests a particular kind of upward spiral for wellbeing and […]
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    Photography competition showcases the reality about men and their mental health

    Suicide is the largest cause of death for men under the age of 45, with many men struggling to talk about their personal issues. This is largely due to the common belief that men are not supposed to open up about their problems, as it threatens their masculinity. This adds to the already huge stigma […]
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    Two in three adults are affected by mental health problems

    MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK A study conducted by the Mental Health Foundation has found that 65 per cent of adults in Britain have experienced mental health issues. The study revealed that 70 per cent of 18–34 year-olds have experienced mental health problems, while 68 per cent of 35-54 year- olds and 58 per cent for […]
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    Eight life changes that will shape you up for lifelong success

      Kick the bad habits Whether it’s constantly eating junk food or smoking, bad habits will always bring some sort of consequence in the long run. So, make a positive change and kick the old habits to the kerb. When you look back, you’ll be happy you made that decision. Have a sleeping routine This […]
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    There is an epidemic of lonely men

    Researchers say men reach their ‘peak’ of loneliness at the age of 35 When we think about the subject of loneliness, who comes to mind? We often associate this feeling with elderly people; however, according to new research, there is a ‘silent epidemic’ of loneliness occurring among men in their thirties. As part of the […]
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    Spice, a drug which turns people into ‘zombies’, is becoming a national nightmare

    Manchester is now becoming a drug hotspot, as there have been nearly 60 ‘spice’ drug-related incidents over the past weekend in the city centre.  There have been reports of 58 related spice incidents and authorities have had to impose a 48-hour dispersal order, with special forces arresting anyone suspected of taking or supplying the drug. […]

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