Month: July 2022

Let’s face it — we’ve all spent hours of our lives scrolling through TikTok and eating up the latest viral trends. While perhaps not the most productive way to spend our time, sometimes a little bit of mindless scrolling can re-energize us and sometimes we stumble upon stories that inspire us. Recently, a story featuring
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A team of researchers, led by University of Lethbridge associate professor of public health Dr. Richard Larouche, is looking to find out just how physically active youth are across the world. An app-based questionnaire will be developed for use in 14 different low, medium, and high income countries across all continents, including Canada, Brazil, Spain,
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Every once in a while, a study comes along that upends years of traditional thinking. In our case, the thinking that may be shifted by recent findings is about the very thought process of the human mind itself. A new study titled “Consciousness and Cognition,” shared by Science Direct, is subtitled “Spontaneous mind-wandering tendencies linked
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While the terms stress and anxiety are often used interchangeably, and while there’s some overlap in the symptoms, they actually don’t mean the same thing, says the Canadian Mental Health Association. Anxiety disorders affect nearly five per cent of the household population, while stress is much more common, according to an Ipsos poll finding. And
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