Health

Grad students raise concerns

An SGPS student advisor proposed changes to the location of their graduate counsellor among administrative offices at an open review of Health, Counselling and Disability Services (HCDS) held last Wednesday.Continue...

Sex ed revamp overdue

Ontario’s current sexual education and health curriculum — established in 1998 — is alarmingly outdated.Continue...

QJ Health: The flaw in #fitspo

There’s a fitness phenomenon taking place at the Queen’s ARC.

As a frequent exerciser and avid people watcher, I love the gym — or at least most things about the gym. I dislike...Continue...

Free flu shots at BioSci

Students who haven’t had a flu shot yet this season can get one at a free clinic open to the general public on Monday, Oct. 27, at the BioSciences Complex.Continue...

Province renews support for mental health

The Ontario government has decided to improve mental health support for post-secondary students by renewing support for the Mental Health Innovation Fund (MHIF).Continue...

Students look to understand male mental health

After receiving a $1.7 million grant last year from Movember Canada, Queen’s students and researchers have teamed up through the Queen’s Caring Campus (QCC) project to develop an action plan that’ll raise awareness about the link between excessive substance use and mental health and illness, specifically in men.Continue...

Quest bridges study and recovery

The opening of Canada’s first recovery high school is a solid step in creating resources for youth with substance use disorders.Continue...

Invisible Injuries

Steph Nanos had to give up sports in high school because of concussions.Continue...

QJ Health: Local fitness resources

Whether you worked out all summer to stay in beach bod shape or took some time off to deal with the summer job grind, back to school time means back to your Kingston fitness routine. Some...Continue...

Men's mental health group to address substance abuse

A $1.7 million grant from Movember Canada will allow Dr. Heather Stuart, Bell Canada Mental Health and Anti-Stigma chair; Shu-Ping Chen of Public Health Services; and Terry Krupa, School of Rehabilitation Therapy, to create a campus-wide effort to improve men’s mental health relating to substance use, involving a team of 25 male students.Continue...

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