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For All Our Futures
Read up on some practical ways you can keep yourself in good health.
A decent meal can do wonders when it comes to giving your brain a boost.
Keep yourself at the top of your academic game this semester by making exercise a part of your routine.
Thirty minutes of aerobic exercise can help to reduce symptoms of depression by 30 percent.
Is it time to break up with your phone for a bit?
Are you too tired to think straight? It could be that you’re not getting a proper night’s rest.
Smoking and the use of other drugs can have serious effects on your health.
Drinking alcohol affects your body in the long and short-term, and can exacerbate conditions like depression and anxiety.
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