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Posted in Health

STI myths that are fundamentally wrong

The Sex Files: STI myths that are fundamentally wrong, via @nzherald https://t.co/b3ZLjv71v0 — Better Blokes (@BetterBlokesNZ) March 27, 2020

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Planning to be happy

http://www.businessinsider.com.au/the-secret-to-happiness-could-be-in-your-calendar-2015-6 The key is structuring your days in advance to include activities that are likely to make you happy. The technical term is “prioritising positivity.”…

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Coronavirus can survive in the air for hours, and on common materials for days

Coronavirus can survive in the air for hours, and on common materials for days. This is how long it can last on various surfaces, and…

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Posted in Sexual Abuse

South Korea’s Nth Room Sex Scandal

South Korea is reeling from yet another sex scandal that victimizes young women into performing torture porn. With over 2.3 million netizens, including celebrities, calling…

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Posted in Psychology

How being less agreeable can actually benefit your mental health

How being less agreeable can actually benefit your mental health https://t.co/LP4FMFeEjk — Psychology Today (@PsychToday) March 27, 2020

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Why drying your hands is just as important as washing them

Learn why drying your hands is as important as washing them https://t.co/zhrSEA2F8g #coronavirus #health pic.twitter.com/ZL8EXCImB9 — World Economic Forum (@wef) March 29, 2020 Hand drying…

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Make a difference by supporting friends, neighbours and whānau.

https://t.co/l6CLLtPuiH — Better Blokes (@BetterBlokesNZ) March 29, 2020

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‘Show Me a Helping Hand’ conference sheds light on sexual abuse of males

JEFFERSON CITY — Lincoln University hosted the third annual ‘Show Me a Helping Hand’ conference on Thursday and Friday, in an effort to draw awareness…

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Posted in Peer Support

Evaluating a sustainable model of peer mentoring in traumatic brain injury

https://cpcr.aut.ac.nz/our-research/peer-support-after-brain-injury The burden of traumatic brain injury (TBI) on the individual, their whānau, and society is significant and enduring. We have found that existing service…

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AUT Centre for Person Centred Research

AUT Centre for Person Centred Research is setting up a peer support service in Gisborne (and Auckland) to explore if peer mentoring is helpful for…

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