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Seiciatreg faethol fydd y driniaeth ar gyfer iechyd meddwl yn y dyfodol article icon

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Seiciatreg faethol fydd y driniaeth ar gyfer iechyd meddwl yn y dyfodol

Mae Dr Joyce Cavaye, Uwch Ddarlithydd Ysgol Iechyd, Llesiant a Gofal Cymdeithasol y Brifysgol Agored yn dadlau ei bod hi’n amser i addysg feddygol gymryd maeth o ddifrif.

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What LGBTQ+ Relationships Can Teach Us About Love article icon

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What LGBTQ+ Relationships Can Teach Us About Love

Listen up straight couples. Here’s why LGBTQ+ relationships tend to be happier according to science.

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Lesbian, gay and bisexual teenagers at much greater risk of depression article icon

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Lesbian, gay and bisexual teenagers at much greater risk of depression

Adolescence can be tough for young people, but it can be especially hard for teenagers who aren’t straight. Dr Mathijs Lucassen explains. 

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A scenario on e-professionalism for nurses

Do you always make the correct descisions when it comes to using the Internet? Dr Gemma Ryan looks at online incidents and the behaviours which may require escalation.

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Emotion in motion: Supporting children’s understanding of different emotions through dance article icon

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Emotion in motion: Supporting children’s understanding of different emotions through dance

Dance is great for children's social and emotional learning. This article explores 'Dancemotion', a collaborative project led by The Open University.

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Understanding mental capacity

This free course, Understanding mental capacity, covers the principles and criteria underpinning the assessment of mental capacity and decision making in the UK.

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What do you really know about autism?

You've probably heard a lot about autism - but can you separate the myth from the reality? Try this interactive quiz to test your knowledge.

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The Centre for Children and Young People’s Wellbeing at The Open University

Find out more about The Centre for Children and Young People's Wellbeing and what the research focuses on. 

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Nutritional psychiatry is the future of mental health treatment

It is time for medical education to take nutrition seriously argues Dr Joyce Cavaye, Senior Lecturer in the School of Health, Wellbeing and Social Care at The Open University.

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The challenge of obesity

Obesity is an increasingly common problem because, for many people, modern living involves eating excessive amounts of low cost, high-calorie food and spending a lot of time sitting down at desks, on sofas or in cars.

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Is obesity inevitable?

Obesity cuts life expectancy by an average of up to 10 years, and costs the UK £5.1bn a year to treat; treating obesity and diabetes costs more than it takes to run the police, fire service and court system combined. 

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Children are at risk from junk food advertisements on social media

Unethical online advertising is a significant factor in the growing child obesity crisis, says Mimi Tatlow-Golden, Amandine Garde and Elizabeth Handsley.

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