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Should you exercise with a cold?

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This is how sitting down at work all day impacts our mental health

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This wellbeing hack will help you to see the bright side of life – and it’s completely free

Trust us, it’s a goodun’.

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Spending time in nature isn’t just good news for your health – it can help the planet, too

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Our fear of missing out is dictating our lives – and it’s time we took control.

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Are you suffering from social media anxiety? Here’s how to tell

According to new research commissioned by Stylist, 40% of women feel more anxious after spending time on social media.

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Can running help us process emotions? A new study says yes

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Good stress really does exist, and this is how it could help your career

Turns out feeling stressed isn’t always bad.

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Advice on how to deal with loneliness, from elderly people who know

“If you're feeling lonely then go out and do something for somebody else…that's proactive.”

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This is why you should never feel bad for going to bed at 9pm

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Fearne Cotton on the one activity that helps her mental health the most

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Stop dreading Monday with these 2 expert-recommended methods to fight Sunday night anxiety

An expert shares their tips for managing this surprisingly common condition.

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People are sharing the best mental health advice they’ve received, and it’s seriously powerful

“Thoughts are not facts.”

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5 easy ways to stop comparing yourself to people on social media

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Why faking your emotions at work is more damaging than you think

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Struggling to sleep? It could be the gender sleep gap keeping you awake

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