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Wrexham Glyndwr University Blog

Welcome to Wrexham Glyndŵr University’s blog.  Written by current staff and students we aim to give an insight to what it’s really like to study here; offering helpful tips and answering questions for any potential students that are considering applying to Wrexham Glyndŵr.

Our posts range from information about your course and campus life to news and events happening in the local area. We’ll also cover some of the more national issues affecting the education sector.

Got any suggestions for the blog or just want to join in the conversation? Then tweet us at @glyndwruni using the hashtag #wgublog

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Easy tricks for healthier, cheaper eating

Eating healthily as a busy student on a budget can be tricky, but there are some ways to make it easier. Here are some tips to celebrate Healthy Eating Week, June 10-14.

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Falling GP Numbers: What We Can Do About It!

The topic of GP shortages is constantly in the news so we asked Wrexham Glyndŵr lecturer in Public Health and Wellbeing, Dr Sharon Wheeler, for her take on falling GP numbers...and what we can do about it!

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Lecturer Blog: Local History Month

To mark this year's Mental Health Awareness Week we've asked our Mental Health and Wellbeing lecturer Justine Mason to look at this year's topic, body image. How do you take care of your mental health in the age of social media?

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Selfies, social media, self-esteem and taking care of your mental health

To mark this year's Mental Health Awareness Week we've asked our Mental Health and Wellbeing lecturer Justine Mason to look at this year's topic, body image. How do you take care of your mental health in the age of social media?

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Criminals: are they born or made?

Criminals: are they born or made?

Criminals: are they born or made? And what about murderers? Are they born bad or made that way? Criminology lecturer, Dr Karen Washington-Dyer discusses if criminals are born or made.

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