Students put their own health under the microscope

Students put their own health under the microscope

Many entrants at the BT Young Scientists and Technology exhibition (BTYSTE) investigated health problems and examined how to increase their productivity in life – at work and in school in particular.

Some explored the various factors that can affect wellbeing. Cian Lynch, from Killorglin Community College in Kerry, looked into how a student’s daily routine could affect their exam results.

He figured that his results at school could improve significantly if he adjusted his daily...

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