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Social Anxiety vs. Social Distancing: Tackling Them Both

by Elora Pharai

It’s hard to believe that we are now heading into the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic, but here we are. It’s been nearly two years of social distancing: online […]

Coping with Panic Attacks

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By Maryam Sheikh Many people suffer from anxiety. This can manifest itself in sudden periods of extreme panic and physical bodily reactions known as panic attacks. In order to appropriately […]

What Are Panic Attacks?

by Linda Mendes

Panic attacks are sudden intense feelings of fear, panic, or anxiety. They can last anywhere from 5 to 30 minutes. It is also possible to have another panic attack right […]

Dealing with Anxiety

by Teodora Pasca

Feeling tense or overwhelmed is normal, especially for a student juggling a variety of responsibilities. However, if you constantly experience intense stress, fear of failure, and feelings of inadequacy, the […]

How Masks Affect Communication and Work for Deaf Individuals

by Susan Huebert

Everywhere you go, you can see people wearing face masks to protect themselves and others against the COVID-19 virus. While masks can protect against disease, they can be a problem […]

The Winter Blues: How the Lack of Sunlight in Winter Affects Us Physically

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By Erin Rebello As the temperature drops, the leaves fall, and the puffy jackets are brought out of storage, it’s a sure sign that winter is on the horizon. Besides […]