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I’m Afraid my Mental Illness will Hold Me Back…

October 29th, 2015; By Maria Cruz

I can’t stress enough how crippling it is to have a mental illness. The stigma surrounding it doesn’t help either, especially with admitting you have one or even seeking help […]

Addictions: Everyone and Everything

July 24th, 2015; By Isabella Thorsen

News and stories on addiction seem to be everywhere, on T.V, in the paper/magazines and in books- even you may have an addiction to something. Overall, addictive behaviour in humans […]

Mental Health Stigma and Prejudice

June 26th, 2015; By Isabella Thorsen

Stereotyping and typecasting remains prevalent in our society today. Stating that doesn’t mean that it makes it alright to use them against others. In today’s society Mental Illness is accepted, […]

It’s Okay to Need Help: Therapy and You

June 26th, 2015; By Isabella Thorsen

Throughout life, everyone needs help. Whether it is a child learning to walk or speak, a teenager learning responsibility, or an adult learning how to truly listen. All of us […]

What Is An Epidemiologist?

April 29th, 2015; By Susan Huebert

Every year, millions of people become sick with all kinds of diseases. Sometimes the diseases are isolated, affecting only a few people at a time. When one person breaks a […]

How to Cope with Depression in the Family

April 29th, 2015; By Kathleen Gerry

Depression is something that has been in the news a lot recently, thanks in part to the Bell Let’s Talk Day. Only recently have mental health initiatives as large as […]

How to Stay Healthy in University

March 31st, 2015; By Teodora Pasca

University is a great experience, but it can really take a toll on your health. You hear horror stories about the terrible cafeteria food, the late-night cramming (and snacking) sessions, […]