Social media may be affecting your mental health in more ways than you know. Emmelyn Vincent explains how you can begin to reduce your use of social media today and begin improving your own mental wellbeing.
During Mental Health Week, Meld will be bringing to you a series of articles that aim to assist, educate and inform international students on what to do to improve their mental wellbeing. Stories will also include guides for students who may have a friend or family member undergoing mental issues.
This #SEXtember, we ask… Where do you get your sex ed from? And what are the biggest problems facing it today?
Looking to get fit and healthy but not sure how? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Minh Nguyen, Lydia Wang, Christine Lu list four great Youtube fitness channels to help you get started!
Stressed out and not sure how to relax? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Johnny Chung, Si Kao, Jindi Wu lists five creative outlets to help you unwind.
Periods getting the better of you? Trinity College Foundation Students Hui Liu and Jialin Xu test out period tracking apps to help you manage and conquer your time of the month!
Do you know how to keep yourself safe during sex? What about the kinds of STDs there are? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Madeline Kosasih and Susan Nguyen provide their guide to understanding STDs and how to prevent them.
Keeping your mind sharp is just as important as staying physically fit. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Mayce Neo, William Xie and Yue Qi offer six ways for students to train their brain.
Any student who has pulled an all-nighter or a series of all-nighters would know how difficult it can be to make sense of night and day again after that. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Victoria Huo, Erin Zhang and Kamjanasaya S speak to a health professional for tips and advice on how students can reset their body clock.
Fancy a cycling journey from Melbourne to Cairns? Ride for charity with Steer North, an organisation that promotes a healthy lifestyle and raises funds for cancer. Samantha Chew caught up with co-founder Rita Nehme to learn more.
THERE are many misconceptions about introverts but introversion can happen to anyone. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Thao Ly and Thu Uyen define introversion and how others can assist the introverted.
IMPROVE your health and integrate a sustainable attitude into your everyday life at the Sustainable Living Festival. We have your highlights from this year’s edition of the festival.