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Becoming a superhero: what are the limits of human performance? article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Becoming a superhero: what are the limits of human performance?

Would an average person be able to train hard enough to become the next Batman, Superman or Wonder Woman?

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15 mins
Introducing public health free course icon level 2: intermediate icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Introducing public health

This free course, Introducing public health, presents some key elements of public health and health promotion. It considers the scope and focus of public health and how it is subject to change and located within the wider global context.

Free course
6 hrs
Valuing death article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Valuing death

How can we prepare for death while ageing? This article explores...

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5 mins
Biological, psychological and social complexities in childhood development free course icon level 2: intermediate icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Biological, psychological and social complexities in childhood development

This free course uses the case studies of Liam, Chloe and Lola to explore childhood development and some of the biological and psychological conditions that can affect children and young people. You will focus on asthma, intellectual and development disorders, depression and anxiety, and eating disorders.

Free course
12 hrs
Sleep: A doctor's advice article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Sleep: A doctor's advice

What are the benefits of a good night's sleep? How can you sleep soundly? Dr Natheera Indrasenan gives some advice in this article.

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10 mins
Learning How To Learn: Words from the Wise article icon

Education & Development

Learning How To Learn: Words from the Wise

Considering distance learning? Be inspired by some of the world's greatest writers, philosophers and leaders throughout history with these reflective quotes on learning and self-development. 

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5 mins
Iechyd meddwl: Awgrymiadau gan oroeswr article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Iechyd meddwl: Awgrymiadau gan oroeswr

Cyngor i bawb gan rywun sydd wedi goroesi iechyd meddwl.

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5 mins
Inside the mind of Trump's true believers article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Inside the mind of Trump's true believers

Although his popularity ratings are low in the broader US population, Donald Trump can rely on the support of his true believers. Ronald W Pies considers what might make someone be part of the movement.

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5 mins
Can we get to a world without suicide? article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Can we get to a world without suicide?

After his son’s suicide aged 18, Steve Mallen sees the world differently. Along with a growing number of mental health experts, he wants to reduce the rate of suicide across the world, and is aiming for zero. Simon Usborne finds out more.

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15 mins
How does COVID-19 affect cancer treatment? article icon

Science, Maths & Technology

How does COVID-19 affect cancer treatment?

Cancer researchers working at The Open University answer cancer-related questions about the new coronavirus in this series of articles...

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10 mins
Workplace Survivor Syndrome article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Workplace Survivor Syndrome

What is workplace survivor syndrome? Sharon Davis explores the psychology of this...

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10 mins
How does online intergroup contact compare with face-to-face? article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

How does online intergroup contact compare with face-to-face?

The ability of intergroup contact to reduce prejudice is a well-researched area of psychology. However, as more and more contact takes place online, PhD student Julian Bond is working to understand whether this changes the effectiveness of intergroup contact and the potential implications for a more harmonious society.

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5 mins