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Taking on ‘Dry January’

Ultimately, we drink to socialise. Exeter, for example, has a culture of pre-drinking, going out to Fever, dancing, drinking and letting go. You might...

Diet Myths, Debunked.

As a new year rolls around and the guilt from eating one too many mince pies comes with it, so too does the temptation...
A strange unnatural orange light peering over woodland trees in the snow

The Dark Side of Artificial Light!!

In 1994, when an earthquake led to a power outage in Los Angeles, a lot of anxious residents called local emergency services to report...

A Placebo … For the Public?!?

In a recent event run by the University of Exeter's Debating Society (DebSoc), I had the pleasure of arguing the proposition side for the...
A jogger on a very scenic route

Could A Pill a Day Keep the Jogging at Bay?

The benefits of exercise are manifold, something we all know to be a fact. Exercise reduces the risk of major illnesses, including cancer, heart...
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Resisting against Resistance

Antibiotics are drugs used to treat infections, and work by killing bacteria. According to a research charity by the name of Nesta GPs reportedly...

The Pill: Sexual Liberator or Limitator?

When the birth control pill was introduced in the 1960s, it sparked a revolution: women could take charge of their own sexual freedom. Now,...
Caffine in its coffee form...

Do you know caffeine?

Caffeine is an inevitable staple in any student’s diet. Early mornings are more doable after that cup of joe. Late night study sessions are...

Why we should be talking about Body Image

The way we perceive our bodies has become more and more complicated in the age of social media., We are surrounded by images of...

An Interview with Deliciously Ella: Food Blogger Extraordinaire

With the release of her new book Deliciously Ella with Friends, the Queen of Courgetti sat down with me to discuss all things plant-based. If...