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WARU Newsletter – Issue #1

WARU October 2017 Newsletter We are excited to announce that our very first newsletter for the Well-being and Health Assessment Research Unit (WARU) is ready (and attached) for you to see what we’ve been up to since launching earlier this year. We hope you enjoy it and find the work that we are undertaking interesting.…
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Stress Coping Strategies of University Students

Stress Coping Strategies of University Students Juggling the varied responsibilities of being a university student can, at times, make it seem like one's goals are threatened. This is stressful; effective coping strategies are essential for one's university 'career' to be satisfying and productive. In a sense, coping is a skill that develops over time and through life's experiences, both…
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Promoting healthy lifestyles for older people

Promoting healthy lifestyles for older people Preparations are underway for several projects in 2018 specifically aimed at the older population in Ceredigion. Activities focus on assessments around daily functioning (balance, strength, walking, dexterity, memory, vision, etc.) and how to improve your functional ability. In 2017, we are recruiting participants to evaluate these type of assessments…
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Targeting Pre-diabetes Through Primary Care

Targeting Pre-diabetes Through Primary Care Pre-diabetes is defined as a higher than normal blood glucose concentration and is associated with an increased risk of developing diabetes. It is estimated that over half a million people in Wales could have pre-diabetes and that within 12 months 5 – 10% will develop diabetes while a similar percentage…
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