The CIHR has awarded $4.9 million in grants to health-research teams at the U of S studying Indigenous health knowledge, cancer and HIV.
Recipe adapted from chocolatecoveredkatie.com Time: 5-10 minutes Ingredients 1 package strawberries (optional) ½ cup coconut oil 6 tbsp. maple syrup ½ cup cacao powder If making chocolate-covered strawberries, wash the strawberries and set them aside to dry. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or waxed paper, and set aside. Combine coconut oil with maple…
A Peer Health Usask exhibit displays impressionistic student works relating to mental health.
Vitamin C is an antioxidant that helps your body heal wounds, absorb iron, form collagen and maintain your bones, muscles and blood vessels. But, have you ever wondered if taking vitamin C for a cold actually works? It turns out it might. According to a meta-analysis published in 2013, highly active individuals such as athletes…
Dive into the psychology of language with Ron Borowsky for an in-depth look at the U of S Cognitive Neuroscience Lab, animal communication, the singular they and the psychology of emoticons.
From Star Trek to Stranger Things, science fiction is at the forefront of pop culture — read on to learn more about this illustrious intergalactic genre.
With winter just around the corner, students may be starting to feel the effects of SAD — here are some ways to combat it.
Spring is known to be a refreshing time in cultures across the world. It has long been the symbol of regeneration in literature and the liberal arts.
Since Bell’s Let’s Talk Day on Jan. 25, I’ve been thinking about ways to fight stigma.