Watch as the UK comes together to #ClapForOurCarers

Last night, thousands of us around the country came together to clap for those on the frontline of the Coronavirus outbreak: the NHS medical staff treating patients, the carers, support workers and all key workers at this time.

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Supporting mental health during COVID-19

During stressful times as these, it’s more important than ever to look after your mental health and make it as much of a priority as your physical health.

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Improving understanding this Endometriosis Awareness Month

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month, but it’s a condition that is still largely misunderstood, even by those living with it.

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Understanding mental health during World Mental Health Day

Today (10 Ocotober) marks World Mental Health Day. It’s important to know how to recognise and understand mental health conditions.

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Time to take a break: University and your mental health

As you’re preparing to return to university or heading off for the first time, it’s important to ensure your mental health comes first.

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Getting active with NL Leisure – supporting everyBODY!

After indulging over Christmas (we’re still dreaming about mince pies), it’s time to kick off 2019 right. We’re not talking fad diets, we’re talking getting healthy and strong 💪

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Get in the know: how to spot the dangers of social media

There’s no denying we live in a blue world (hi, social media) so understanding the very real dangers is important – especially for young people.

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Maintaining healthy relationships during Sexual Health Week

It’s Sexual Health Week and the theme of this year is consent: a topic that underpins all conversations about relationships and sexual health and wellbeing. We take a look at healthy relationships, and how to maintain them.

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Yes I donate: understanding organ donation during Organ Donation Week 2018

As organ donation week (3 – 9 September) is in full swing, this is the perfect time to register as an organ donor – if you haven’t already. Unfortunately, across the UK there is not enough organ donors, which means on average three people die every day in need of a transplant, according to the NHS. Register Currently the UK has an ‘opt in’ policy meaning if a person wishes to donate their organs they must register themselves and receive a donor card. Anyone can register and it takes just two minutes! At present, Wales is the only country within…

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