Health

Racquet sports can save your life

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

Oils for your every need

We’ve all heard about the Internet’s obsession with coconut oil. It seems to do everything from cure acne to doubling as shaving cream.Continue...

Living with an invisible disability

For the average Queen’s student, typing or writing notes during class isn’t something they have to stress about. Two years ago, it wouldn’t have been something I stressed about either.Continue...

S&M: First time fears

I’m a fourth year girl and am still a virgin. I know it’s not a huge deal as I’ve never had a long-term relationship, but I’m tired of being embarrassed by it and am just ready to get it over...Continue...

The psychology of unfulfilled resolutions

It’s Day 20 of the new year… have you kept your resolutions?

Did they work? Did the turning of the calendar year make any change at all? Here’s the scoop.

Fewer than 10 per cent of...Continue...

My week using a fitness tracker

As someone who occasionally polishes off family-sized bags of chips without help, spending a week tracking what I ate wasn’t something I was looking forward to.Continue...

The benefits of the great outdoors

There’s a personal benefit to being in the great outdoors, other than an adventurous-looking social media feed.Continue...

Stop hitting the snooze button

The average human will sleep for one third of their lifetime.Continue...

New director of Student Wellness Services talks plans for future

Jennifer Dods was appointed the new Executive Director of Student Wellness Services (SWS) this spring, following the retirement of long-time director Mike Condra last summer.Continue...

Drinking responsibly, every morning

Coffee: a six letter word that can determine your productivity or personality for the day.Continue...

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