Health

Donation would better serve HCDS

Bell Canada has pledged $1 million over the next five years to create a mental health and anti-stigma research chair at Queen’s.Continue...

Another year, another resolution

By Rachel Hunter
Contributor

January was the judgment month as New Year’s resolutions stayed at the forefront of everyone’s mind. It’s no surprise that many resolutions begin with...Continue...

Prof evaluates tuberculosis testing in prisons

There’s a more efficient way to treat tuberculosis in Canadian prisons, according to a review conducted by a Queen’s professor.Continue...

Women's heart health at risk with night shift

Working night shifts may have negative long-term health implications, according to a study from Queen’s School of Nursing.Continue...

Mindful meditation

Mediation offers the chance to de-stress and relax, focusing energy internally.

“We see the world as fragmented,” meditation leader Rory Skelly said. “Meditation is a quiet place where you...Continue...

Heavy health decisions

A report in the Journal of the American Medical Association argued that in extreme cases, children who are morbidly obese and face life-threatening health risks should be removed from parental custody. Despite the public outcry against the recommendation, it's in the best interest of certain children.Continue...

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