Health

Campaign misses the mark

While the recent mental health campaign Queen's Wears Green is well-intentioned, it fails to address the negative stigma that often isolates those with mental illness.Continue...

Beer ads have tangible effect

A recent alcohol advertising campaign by Canadian brand James Ready that uses lawn signs, posters and giveaways is troubling.Continue...

Top five STIs on campus

Chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, HPV and genital herpes are the most common sexually transmitted infections diagnosed at La Salle.Continue...

Going gluten-free

Gluten-free dieters face difficulty incorporating nutritious food into their lives.Continue...

My invisible friend ED

Let’s get one thing straight — eating disorders aren’t diets.Continue...

Queen’s unveils new cardiopulmonary research facility

With $7.7 million provided by the provincial and federal governments, the University unveiled the new Queen’s CardioPulmonary Unit (QCPU) on Oct. 6.Continue...

Green tea takes over the world

Have you noticed lately that all your favourite foods are turning green? First it was your tea, then your smoothies and now your donuts. What is the culprit of this food revolution? The answer is matcha.Continue...

Connections made between Queen's and Iqaluit

While Week 8 of this semester likely saw many students camped out in libraries, Justine Aman was having a unique learning opportunity outside the walls of campus. The third year sociology student spent March 8 to 12 in Iqaluit, Nunavut at the Arctic Youth Ambassador Caucus.Continue...

Breaking down to hormones

Soy is one of the cheapest and easiest proteins on the market, often used as a replacement for meat by vegetarians and vegans.Continue...

Racquet sports can save your life

When you think of fitness, what do you see?Continue...

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