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Sports, exercise and depression: Filming and editing

01/12/2014: Filming day.

On Monday, I had a very exciting day – the first filming day of my video! I was in Bournemouth and met up with Dorset Mental Health Forum’s football club who play every Monday. 280 more words


Shocking statistics you may not know about male depression

One of the most shocking and hard-hitting things about researching this subject is the statistics that I have found. It’s not just that there are more male suicides than women, it’s the figures that go with that – 165 more words


SPF - It's A Numbers Game

by Lisa Wood

Up until a few years ago, I had no idea what the SPF numbers represented outside of the fact that I couldn’t get as much of a tan with SPF 30 as I could with SPF 4. 549 more words


Will The Real Ginger Please Stand Up?

by Pam Burton

As a real “ginger” I am somewhat of an authority on sunburns, self-tanners, sunscreens, what color shorts look good with pale legs, how to decline beach invites or vacations involving swimming, why not to buy a new swimsuit every year, why umbrellas and parasols are cool (literally), and that the freckled, pale-skinned tribe is a wonderful tribe to be in—finally. 508 more words


Africa Is Not a Country

Not to pick on Sarah Palin, but it’s troubling for all Americans when there are rumors that a former Vice Presidential candidate thinks Africa… 1,451 more words

Pedestrian Deaths Fall After Three-Year Increase

Pedestrian deaths are down for the first time since 2009, after a terrifying three-year rise.

A new report released Wednesday by the Governors’ Highway Safety Association, pedestrian deaths fell almost 9% in the first six months of 2013. 110 more words