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9 Types Of People Who Never Succeed At Work

Experience and knowledge are rapidly losing their relevance to success in the workplace. Harvard economist David Deming studied workplace tasks from 1980 to the present day and found that those that emphasize social skills grew by a whopping 24%, while tasks requiring...

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How To Break A Bad Habit—For Good

Have you ever tried to break a bad habit, only to give up in frustration? The problem isn’t that you’re weak or that the bad habit is too ingrained; in all likelihood, you just gave up too soon. Researchers at University College, London, found that it takes 66 days...

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9 Things That Will Kill Your Career

There are so many things that can kill the careers of good, hard-working people. Honest mistakes often carry hard-hitting consequences. We usually only hear about the more egregious examples, such as when Yelp employee Talia Jane became an Internet sensation last...

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5 Signs You’re Much Smarter Than Average

Intelligence, or IQ, isn’t what you know, but rather the pace at which you acquire new information. Longitudinal studies have shown that IQ is fixed at an early age, so you’re stuck with what you’ve got. While IQ is far from being the only thing that...

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7 Core Beliefs Of Great Bosses

Great bosses change us for the better. They see more in us than we see in ourselves, and they help us learn to see it too. They dream big and show us all the great things we can accomplish. Great leadership can be a difficult thing to pin down and understand. You know...

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Why Women Are Smarter Than Men

Trying to compare intelligence and gender doesn't typically yield much in the way of productive discussion, but sometimes research comes along that's worth opening this particular can of worms. Decades of research show unequivocally that men and women are equal in...

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Training the Brain

Consider the project manager who takes obsessive precautions to ensure her team doesn’t make any mistakes. At a meeting, she details tasks for each team member to accomplish the following week, and then decides to take care of half of them herself without telling a...

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10 Ways To Beat Stress

Stress has a funny way of sneaking up on you when you least expect it, but how you respond is only half the battle. The secret to winning the war against stress lies in what you do when you aren’t working (and presumably aren’t stressed). While I have a hobby that I...

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Winter colds

Its mid-November. Sainsbury’s have released their annual Christmas ad, the light switching’s have begun and Christmas carols are already being played in Topshop. Everyone is in the festive spirit. Aside from all the festivities and fun, unfortunately with winter,...

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Music and mental health

Music is more than just a pass time for a trip to school, or background shower music. The effects of music on our body are much stronger than many of us think. Whether you’re an ABBA lover, a Belieber. Whether you love EDM, or Whitney Houston Ballads, music can have a...

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I-i-international s-s-stammering day

Unless you have one, a stammer can be very difficult to describe. I have been a stammerer for most of my young adult life, more recently however, has my speech began to worsen significantly. Whilst to some, I may sound fluent and articulate, it is only when I begin to...

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One Million Pads Campaign

At Women in Healthcare UK, we think it's so important to support initiatives that tackle issues outside of mainstream media. In line with this belief, we are incredibly proud and honoured to be supporting the 'Million Pads Campaign' , and incredibly campaign that is...

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Women in Healthcare UK presents…

THE EDUCATING AFRICA INITIATIVE   Women in Healthcare UK are proud to announce that in 2018, we will be launching the 'Educating Africa Initiative'.  The Educating Africa Initiative will involve collecting second hand books from around the UK and setting up a library...

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World AIDS Day: A Conversation with Derek Polley.

December may mark the beginning of the Christmas period, but it also marks the start of an incredibly important awareness campaign. The 1st December is officially World AIDS Day, and it provides an opportunity for the world to demand that society sits up and listens....

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November was… Lung Cancer Awareness Month

by Molah Media In the UK and around the world, every November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Lung cancer often gets overlooked so it’s probably true to say that most of us hadn’t heard this. Movember - where male health is recognised, we hear of. Breast Cancer...

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Free Healthcare Start-Up Event: What happened.

On the 24th November 2017, we held another fantastic FREE Healthcare Start-Up Event in Leeds which was packed with incredible help, support, knowledge and inspiration for all attendees! We had an incredible turn out once again, and it was truly inspiring to see so...

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With Winter comes Cold Season!

At Women in Healthcare UK, we understand how easy it is to neglect your own health when you are focusing on the health of others. With the cold weather drawing in, with it comes the sniffles, the blocked noses, chesty coughs and shivers... Yes, Cold Season is upon us!...

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November: A New Month of Awareness

As the clocks turned back and the cold nights drew in, we all knew it was coming. The  penultimate month of the year brings the beginning of festivities, but also a plethora of important awareness days and weeks that we should all be conscious of! October marked the...

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