Excessive gaming has recently sparked concern amongst many groups of individuals and there is talk as to whether it can be seen as a serious issue all over the world. Anne Fiskaali, a Psychologist from Denmark, an expert in gaming and esports, believes it is important to understand the effects of gaming before labelling it addiction. She said: “There are different layers to it, and … Continue reading DOES GAMING ADDICTION EXIST?
Local pub the Inn at Kippen walked the first two legs of the West Highland Way to raise money for mental health charity Back Onside, just one week before they were due to open their doors to the public. The walk was 26 miles long, starting in Milngavie and ending at Rowardennan. Laura Carey, manager of the pub, said: “With lockdown there’s been so much … Continue reading Local pub walks 26 miles for mental health charity.
Voting for the Scottish Parliament starts on Thursday the 6th of May and may just be one of the most important elections in recent history. With the fallout of Brexit and Covid-19 to handle as well as a crumbling economy the next party to govern over Scotland will have their work cut out for them. Here is the list of the main parties in Scotland … Continue reading Scottish Parliament Elections- What You Need To Know Before You Vote
Motherwell Fc became one of the first fan-owned top flight clubs in history and since then they have continued to assert their status as a community club. Supporters can own their own piece of Motherwell for as little as £5 a month through the Well Society or contribute money to the club through one off donations. Motherwell have offered refuge to residents of the former … Continue reading Motherwell FC- Fan Owned And Fan Appreciated
Over the last two decades there has been a looming university crisis with regards to student’s mental wellbeing. Sadly this has meant there is an increase in the amount of suicides in UK universities over the last twenty years. According to the Office for National Statistics the year of July 2017 saw 95 student suicides which equated to one suicide every four days. This was … Continue reading Student Neglect Leads to Student Suicides – The Decade Long University Crisis.
The festivities are over for another year. We’ve taken down the tree, switched off the catchy songs, but most importantly, we’ve eaten all the leftovers. It’s only natural to feel sluggish and to have consumed more than your fair share over the course of December and maybe the beginning of January too. Nearly three weeks into January and you’ve most likely broken your resolutions too. … Continue reading Top Tips For Having More Body Positivity!