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A Linguistic Nostalgia Trip To The Welsh Language

A Linguistic Nostalgia Trip To The Welsh Language

  Each year as we drive into Wales to visit my parents I marvel at how the landscape genuinely transforms as soon as you cross the border. The moment you leave England the first lumps and bumps rise… Read More

July 13, 2016

Language: it’s child’s play! Part 1

Language: it’s child’s play! Part one   At university, for my degree in languages, I studied language acquisition and how this differs depending on whether it is your first or second language, and how old you are when you start learning. There are many theories about how we acquire language…

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August 5, 2015

World Food, Health and Fitness Series: Top 3 Diet Trends of 2015

  Throughout my life I’ve always been body conscious, aware of bodies portrayed in the media, those of my friends and my family. The latest celebrity bikini shot or fat picture are often front-page news, or magazine fodder so it’s hard not to compare your body shape to those in…

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June 10, 2015

Work-Life Series 1/3: Leave the Office Early Day

Every year on 2nd June (unless it falls on a weekend) is ‘Leave the office early day’. Reportedly the day was created by an American employee productivity specialist, Laura Stack, to encourage employees to improve productivity in order to complete their tasks more efficiently to leave the office earlier. Many…

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January 28, 2014

Mental Health and Social Media: A Therapy-Surrogate for the Next Generation?

Most articles addressing social media and mental health focus on the possible consequences of Facebook addiction, such as anxiety and depression. This article, however, will focus on the potential function of social networking sites as a therapy-surrogate.   Social media and the internet can generally be a positive tool for…

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December 18, 2013

Are We Asking Santa to Kill the Chinese?

Are we turning Santa into a mass murderer? Does he need to be stopped? Chinese Smog and its Consequences Autumn 2013 saw all-time record levels of recorded smog across the Eastern Seaboard of China. Levels of PM2.5 particulates, an often-used short-cut for expressing smog, rose to beyond 1000 micrograms per…

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December 18, 2013

Staying Fit and Healthy this Christmas

We all know it – Christmas equals food. No one can resist the variety of delicacies we eat only once a year and wait for them with impatience. They might be more or less fattening or unhealthy, depending on your country’s tradition, but one thing is certain: you cannot leave…

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November 27, 2013

A life rebuilt

New beginnings. For most people the expression refers to a new relationship status, a new flat, a new office, and symbolises the hope for a brighter future. For some people, the change that has been experienced goes beyond a few new items of furniture or a new job, and are…

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October 30, 2013

Sex Change and Cosmetic Surgery in Thailand

Many foreigners visit Thailand not only to see the beauty of the culture and the country, but also to undergo cosmetic surgery and sex change operations. As a matter of fact, Thailand has made a name for itself around the world as a major center for cosmetic/plastic surgery, any dermatological…

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