health

Managing a mental health spiral – a Cantab’s testimony

Facing up to the challenges of shifting friendship groups, the collegiate system, and the infamous workload

Cantabs don’t look after themselves enough – this needs to change

Some ways to keep on top of everything

Boring self care for Cantabs

It’s the little things in life that matter

How to keep sane at Cambridge

Nolite te Bastardes Carborundorum

Revealed: The shocking effect of Cambridge lifestyle on menstruation

The first results from our Sexual Health Survey are in

Take the Tab’s Sexual Health Survey 2017

Let’s talk about sex(ual health), baby

How to Survive Week Five

We don’t need no ‘reading week.’

Students shouldn’t have to pay for prescriptions

Like seriously… I can’t afford that

Generation Y: The Depressed Generation?

In the next installment of our Mental Health Week series, HELEN THOMPSON considers whether we need to look again at diagnosis.

Mental Health is Nothing like Santa Claus

HELEN THOMPSON wants people to talk. About anxiety, depression and bear attacks.

Why Cambridge is still not doing enough to protect your mental health

TIM SQUIRRELL explains how far there is still left to go for adequate mental health provision at Cambridge University.

Stop Hating on the Counselling Service for using CBT

SUSIE COOMBS speaks up for the practice of CBT at the University Counselling Service.

The Forgotten Eating Disorder

MOLLIE JONES shares her experience of binge eating.

Fat Talk

Lucy Makinson gets us all thinking as the CUSU Women’s campaign launch “Fat Talk Free Week”

Tab Tries: Hot Yoga

NICK SINCLAIR gets hot hot hot…

Cambridge Characters: Johnny the Punter

Let us introduce you to the world of Cambridge’s beloved stereotypes. First up, meet Johnny the Punter.