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    Inequality gap grows

    The recent report released on January 19 by Oxfam, a group of almost 20 organizations working in almost 100 countries to fight poverty, reported...

    Antibiotics grown in soil

    Bacterial infections and illnesses can be painful and time-consuming to cure. Our physicians provide us with a prescription for an antibiotic where the label...

    Sipping away our youth

    Pop, soft drinks, and soda—names associated with sugary, sweetened beverages that do more harm than good. It’s long been suggested by various scientific studies...

    Waking up to caffeine addiction

    It’s that time of the year when the lineups at Tims, Starbucks, and Second Cup get longer than usual, with students opting for that...

    Turning on the happiness switch

    With the second round of assignments and midterms fast approaching, many UTM students experience anxiety, nervousness, and a slew of other emotions while they...

    When your backpack becomes the boss

    Although back pain is typically associated with the elderly, many young adults share the same symptoms. Researchers hypothesize that a sedentary lifestyle combined with...

    The ongoing Ebola outbreak: catch-up

    Since the beginning of 2014, various media outlets have produced a daily dose of “Ebola outbreak” news. Even today, as we register more new...

    UTMental health campaign in finals

    Mental health is a topic that most university students avoid discussing. Yet it’s reported that many students experience feelings of helplessness and depression, and...

    Depending on daddy’s money for school

    The cost of education is rising but the value of a degree is also, they say, high.  The majority of students think of a...

    Inequality gap grows

    The recent report released on January 19 by Oxfam, a group of almost 20 organizations working in almost 100 countries to fight poverty, reported...

    Antibiotics grown in soil

    Bacterial infections and illnesses can be painful and time-consuming to cure. Our physicians provide us with a prescription for an antibiotic where the label...

    Sipping away our youth

    Pop, soft drinks, and soda—names associated with sugary, sweetened beverages that do more harm than good. It’s long been suggested by various scientific studies...

    Waking up to caffeine addiction

    It’s that time of the year when the lineups at Tims, Starbucks, and Second Cup get longer than usual, with students opting for that...

    Turning on the happiness switch

    With the second round of assignments and midterms fast approaching, many UTM students experience anxiety, nervousness, and a slew of other emotions while they...

    When your backpack becomes the boss

    Although back pain is typically associated with the elderly, many young adults share the same symptoms. Researchers hypothesize that a sedentary lifestyle combined with...

    The ongoing Ebola outbreak: catch-up

    Since the beginning of 2014, various media outlets have produced a daily dose of “Ebola outbreak” news. Even today, as we register more new...

    UTMental health campaign in finals

    Mental health is a topic that most university students avoid discussing. Yet it’s reported that many students experience feelings of helplessness and depression, and...

    Depending on daddy’s money for school

    The cost of education is rising but the value of a degree is also, they say, high.  The majority of students think of a...
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