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Sun, Skin and SPF- Part Two

Coming from a girl who gets burnt on a cloudy day, in Ireland nonetheless, I have prematurely given up on the idea of ever gracing a naturally bronzed facade and to be honest after seeing first hand

Sun, skin and SPF- Part One

While the idea of warming up our pale complexions seems rather enticing after some shady, miserable weather here in Ireland, I’d like to hope that we’re all too aware of the consequences that

Your Guide To Work Burnout And How To Avoid It

With a study showing that 66% of the Irish population regularly deal with stress, it’s clear that college, work and life in general can be pretty overwhelming. However, with hard to manage

Almost 30,000 Women Waiting on Gynaecology Appointment

Recently published figures from the National Treatment Purchase Fund have shown that there are a total of 29,152 women in Ireland, on the list for out-patient gynaecology appointments. Dr Rhona

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness. We’ve all heard this word and yet I expect that for many of us there are many misconceptions. To paraphrase Jon Kabat-Zinn, who has been called the father of the modern mindfulness

Negotiations at UCD Over Offering Free PrEP Medication to Students

The University Times has recently reported, that the University College Dublin (UCD), is in talks to offer free Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis, in short PrEP. The medication would reduce the risk of