By Justin Garzon Blind-sided by the one you love, the one you married. Learning about your spouse’s infidelity can be emotionally and physically devastating.  The emotional damage is…

By Nick Zabara In October of 2013, the College of Physicians in Quebec, Canada, ordered doctors to stop performing virginity tests on women. Remarkably, it took a formal…

By Natalie Tilluckdharry We all deal with our emotions in different ways.  One may seek refuge in a friend, while others may withdraw and seek solitude.  Some people…

By Paul Tedesco Depression, by virtue of its name and reputation seems monolithic. Sort of one size fits all — an evenly dispersed fog that blankets all. It’s…

By Rebecca DiFilippo It’s hard to believe that a whole year has passed us by once more. For many of us, it’s that time to think about new…

By Jasmin Filler Depression affects approximately 4 per cent of preschoolers in the United States today, with the number diagnosed increasing by 23 per cent every year. Increased…

By: Janany Jayanthikumar, Red, and your heart starts to race. Red, and your palms sweat. Red, and the sounds around you blur together. Imagine becoming emotionally aroused or…

Print Print PDF By Bradley Kushner, Contributing Writer Picture if you will, flashing screens, loud noises, focused faces and a crowd gathered to watch high stakes games; games…

By Sarah Hall, Contributing Writer In 2012, the Canadian government introduced cuts to the Interim Federal Health Program (IFHP), which provides health coverage for immigrants seeking refuge in…

By Amanda Bartella In the 1970s, Pat Ogden began paying attention to the connection between her clients’ dissociations from their bodies and their psychological concerns. With the development…