By Trisha Miller The development of IV treatments can be traced back to the Middle Ages. It was originally used for blood transfusions long before it was ever…

Print Print PDF By Rebecca Abavi Chad Gracia’s award-winning 2015 documentary, The Russian Woodpecker, addresses the legacy of trauma caused by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. The film documents the…

By Lindsay Endicott  For as long as I can remember, I have always had fun in school, but I was treated as though I was stupid. My teachers…

Print Print PDF By Claudette Villena Parenting can be one of life’s most rewarding experiences, and one of the most demanding. When a chronic illness is involved, demands…

Print Print PDF By Jeremy Hainsworth Sex.  It’s a word that can light up part of some peoples’ brains the same way mentioning cocaine or heroin might.  Indeed,…

Print Print PDF By Liz Greene As much as I’d love to say otherwise, the stigma surrounding mental illness is very much alive and well. Without physical symptoms…

Print Print PDF By Jennifer Lezcano Eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder are diagnosed under a list of symptoms from the Diagnostic…

Print Print PDF By Andrei Nestor In September 2015, the Supreme Court of British Columbia, Canada, ruled that a mother, known only as ‘B.R.’, could no longer leave…

By Zyana Morris Panic is one of the worst things that can catch you off guard and make you vulnerable to becoming caught in the heat of the…

Print Print PDF By Essi Numminen The effects of schizophrenia are profound. Characterized by delusions, hallucinations, and social withdrawal, the disorder has no known cure. The introduction of…