Guest Article: Stress Awareness Month and the MyTherapy App

Guest Article: Stress Awareness Month and the MyTherapy App

Health, Health & Fitness, Lifestyle, Technology April 10, 2018 at 11:47 am Comments

Ruairidh Barlow works for MyTherapy, a free app that helps users to document and maintain their health, with medicine reminders, health advice, and daily goals. He writes for The Courier in Stress Awareness Month, warning ofRead More

Warrington, United Kingdom - March 6, 2016: Warrington, UK - march 6, 2016: View of the NHS (National Health Service)  logo at the Springfields Medical Centre in the centre of Warrington, Cheshire.

Is Healthcare a Human Right?

Health, Opinion, Politics, Societies March 6, 2018 at 7:49 pm Comments

“Healthcare is a human right.” The chances are, if you’re left-leaning, you probably agree with that statement. If you work for the World Health Organization, or helped draft the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, you probablyRead More

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Healthcare research moves up the agenda in Mid Wales as new Centre for Excellence is launched

Aberystwyth News, Health, News March 25, 2016 at 8:37 pm Comments

DURING an announcement made on Thursday at the launch of the Centre for Excellence in Rural Healthcare, Welsh Government Minister for Health and Social Services, Professor Mark Drakeford AM, has also started the Centre for Excellence in RuralRead More

The NHS Organ Donation symbol as found on donor cards

Wales first country in UK to adopt ‘opt-out’ organ donation system

Health, National News, News December 2, 2015 at 8:30 am Comments

AS OF DECEMBER 1st, residents of Wales will be automatically listed as organ donors unless they formally request to opt out of the system. The move comes as part of the Human Transplantation (Wales) Act – whichRead More

Let’s talk about… My life as a student athlete

Let’s talk about… My life as a student athlete

MY NAME is Alasdair Park and I am a student athlete. That description of myself means a large amount to me and is very significant. I am in in my final year of German studies andRead More

Writing this article about anxiety is giving me anxiety

Writing this article about anxiety is giving me anxiety

Health, Lifestyle, Opinion October 20, 2015 at 5:00 pm Comments

WHY IS ANXIETY such a taboo subject when it’s something that every single human being experiences at one point or another in their lives? For something so common there’s still lots of misconceptions surrounding it. Firstly, it’sRead More

My Life and OCD: Dispelling the myths

My Life and OCD: Dispelling the myths

WHERE to begin? I have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and OCD related anxiety. I have known about the OCD for around eight years now. It only became apparent when I got to high school, that myRead More

Beating the winter blues

Beating the winter blues

Health, Lifestyle, Student Living, Travel December 10, 2014 at 4:00 pm Comments

THE NIGHTS are drawing in, temperatures are falling, essay deadlines are looming, it’s still not quite the Christmas holidays, and to top it all off you’re suffering from the latest bout of fresher’s flu.  With allRead More

Student Support is located in the Student Welcome Centre (photo)

Aber Uni to run ‘Wellbeing Café’ during Freshers’

Health, Lifestyle, News, University News September 22, 2014 at 7:00 pm Comments

EMMA Lloyd, the University Mental Health Advisor from the Student Wellness Centre is running a ‘Wellbeing Café’ on Tuesday 23rd and Weds 24th Sept in dance Studio 2 in the Arts Centre, from 11.00am- 3.00pm. They willRead More