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Physiotherapists are trained practitioners who have a comprehensive understanding of the way your body works, how injuries occur and how to help them heal. Their training takes at least three years and includes over 1000 hours of hands-on practice. Read more...
Understanding what mould is will help in understanding how to get rid of it. Mould is a type of fungus. Threads, like very dense cobwebs, grow together on a given surface and some of them are fertile enough to produce spores. Spores are carried by moving things including air and especially warm air, which is always found in a bathroom. Read more...
Given the propensity of so-called ultra-zooms to follow the basic DSLR layout, the slab-sided Nikon Coolpix P90 doesn't appear to attempt to blaze a trail. But the traditional layout and utilitarian design of this particular hybrid is deceptive. Read more...
To make it easier, it is best to arm yourself with as much information as possible – you can find a range of information on this site from firm profiles to ratings. The Law Society also runs an accreditation scheme for many specialist areas of practice, which you can also search for on its website. Read more...
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Take a step back and don’t rush in­to de­ci­sions. This chap­ter looks at pos­si­ble prob­lems you might be fac­ing, and prac­ti­cal steps to take to im­prove your sit­ua­tion or, if nec­es­sary, ex­tract your­self from some­where you don’t want to be. There’s al­so ad­vice on the best peo­ple to ap­proach if you’ve changed your mind about one of the big fac­tors in your stu­dent life. Read more...
When you think about it, ex­ams aren’t that dif­fer­ent from any oth­er kind of learn­ing you do at uni – so, just as it’s a good idea to be or­gan­ised when you’re fac­ing an es­say dead­line, the same is true of ex­ams. Make a re­vi­sion timetable as ear­ly as pos­si­ble so you can spread out your re­vi­sion – but ob­vi­ous­ly don’t start so far in ad­vance that you can’t re­mem­ber any­thing. Read more...
By the time you start uni it can be easy to get so fo­cused on things like what colour pins you’re go­ing to use on the pin­board in your room, and which T-​shirt colour you’re go­ing to go for dur­ing the fresh­ers’ week traf­fic-​light par­ty, that you might for­get about the rea­son your par­ents, teach­ers and fu­ture em­ploy­ers think you’re at uni – to do some work. Read more...
Eat­ing a bal­anced di­et and healthy food will help you to feel bet­ter and stay healthy at uni­ver­si­ty. And you don’t have to pay loads to eat well – healthy in­gre­di­ents like veg­eta­bles are cheap­er than greasy take­aways or su­per­mar­ket ready meals. Read more...