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Grandmothers fighting depression

Millions of people in developing countries do not have access to psychological care. Western intervention is not the solution, due to lack of psychologists. The friendship bench project has found an alternative: Grandmothers.

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In this post, honours student Eleni Giannakoudi discusses the usefulness of Mindfulness apps to help you focus during your studies.

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