The guide on how to create the perfect CV.
DIY face masks to keep your skin looking fresh
The ultimate list of college wardrobe must-haves.
Gocoul takes a look at some of the strangest celebrity health fads
Out with expensive gym memberships, in with running apps and thermal leggings! James Creagh has the beginners guide to completing your first 5km.
We’ve all be told to stock up on vitamin C and drink chicken noodle soup when smothered with a cold, but what actually works? Niamh Doherty looks at some old wives’ remedies for the common cold.
How much do you trust your nutritionist? Recent studies have highlighted risks associated with gluten and meat. James McCreagh investigates.
Is your attempt at a Tom Sellick mo looking a bit lost and fuzzy? Jack O’Dea is on hand to offer some mo-scaping tips.
What do Russell Brand, Jennifer Aniston and the Dalai Lama have in common? They all practice yoga, and so should you. Aisling Murphy finds out why.
Could your workout or exercise routine do with a helping hand? Eimear Phelan takes a look at how to build the perfect protein shake.
Will 100 crunches a day give you a 6 pack? What weights bulk up your body? Rachel McLaughlin takes a look at the most common fitness myths and delivers some home truths.
Deadlines panics? Boredom? Over exposure to bad TV? Invest some time and energy into your fitness instead and discover why exercise is nature’s therapy. By Sharon McGowan
It’s imperative to be fit and healthy, but has the rise of social media’s glorification of #fitspiration taken things to far? Suzanne Cooper investigates.
Over 3,000 Irish women are diagnosed with Breast Cancer each year, so it is vital young females take good care of their bodies.
It takes three weeks of relentless routine for something to become a habit. Take a look at our 30 thoughts for 30 days for a new outlook on life.
We have all felt the burden of trying to keep fit and active in college, here is how you can get your exercise on a student friendly budget.
Apps can be used for much more than just gaming and social networking, they can be a tool used to help improve your health and well-being. Heres a roundup of our favourite free lifestyle apps.
Tried and tested budget tips for students- from meals out to shopping trips; here is your insider’s guide.
Whether you’re tee-total or a fully-fledged party animal, everyone is familiar with the concept of a hangover. Here is the Fresher’s guide for refreshing the morning after the night before.
Instead of splashing out on a pair of lace shorts from the high street, follow a few simple steps and make your own.
When people get a headache or a sore stomach they know straight away where the problem lies, however when it comes to the liver it’s not quite as easy. Unlike a sore stomach, the liver
Working, for free? Would you give up your valuable free time in return for nothing? This is a question many people ask of volunteers but for many it is not a case of giving something
‘You can never have too many shoes or handbags’, ‘they’ always say. Who are they? No one knows, maybe it was Carrie Bradshaw. Regardless of who said it, they were completely right. Shoes are an
There has been a huge increase in campaigns promoting cycling and increasing its popularity around Dublin city in recent years. Dublin Bikes is a service which has 44 stations of bikes dotted around the city. It allows a person with an
The last of the Christmas sweets have been devoured, the exams are over and you can’t find a half decent excuse to pig out anymore. It’s time to get fit and healthy in preparation for
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