For many postsecondary students, self-help therapy books are a means to an end until in-person therapy becomes an option
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A story of three immigrants starting Savyn to end stigmas surrounding mental health
(Graphic by Tyler Choi/Ryersonian) An illicit recreational drug used in the party and rave scene is now being tested in clinical trials across Toronto as a new and promising treatment…
When the birth control pill was introduced in the 1960s, it was a symbol of sexual liberation and choice for women. Today, women are speaking up about the way that the pill has affected their mental health.
Today is World Mental Health Day.
According to the Mental Health Commission of Canada, one in five people are living with mental health issues or illness. Students spend a significant amount of time in the classroom, a space that can either address these issues or significantly contribute to them.