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Living with a health condition at uni: ‘It turned out to be hugely freeing’
Moving to university when you have an allergy, health condition, or both, can be a daunting prospect.
There’s extra preparation, maybe some anxiety about how best to tell your flatmates and friends, and perhaps a new experience of living with your condition without your parents to help you when you’re struggling.
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By Kathryn W.
I‘m a first year Film and TV Production student and I love all things cats, comedy and crime drama. You’ll usually find me cradling a mug of tea (and a cat when I’m at home) and binge watching my favourite crime shows on Netflix. I’m a keen volunteer and a member of the Drama and M.A.D (Making a Difference) societies.
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