With masks and single-use plastics being used every day, it’s no wonder people are using 250 to 300 per cent more plastic
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The International Solid Waste Association found that people are using 250 to 300 per cent more single use plastics because of the pandemic.
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Crystal healing has become more popular during the pandemic, but scholars and market experts are skeptical of their healing properties
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Racialized individuals face greater barriers to mental health support despite having worse mental health than their non-racialized counterparts. How can cultural competency training alleviate the problem?
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ADHD affects four per cent of adults globally, but more often goes untreated