Monday, January 18, 2021

Mel Ramsammy

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    Being alone and being social are both parts of being human

    Being alone and being in company are both key components to being human. As we settle into a second wave of lockdown, the negative...

    The future of health, hunger and climate change is in the...

    Fruits and vegetables are under-consumed in nearly all regions of the world, despite carrying high antioxidant, micronutrient, and fibre content essential to human health....

    “Night Owls” and “Morning Larks”: The biology of treating sleep disorders

    After a long night spent writing assignments and study notes, many UTM students dread the sound of their morning alarm. Our sleep cycles, however,...

    Circadian rhythms’ effect on Olympic performance

    Circadian rhythms are 24-hour internal clocks that are essential for our bodies to function well. Ticking in the background, our circadian rhythm influences psychological...

    Correcting COVID-19 Misconceptions Requires Caution

    When someone says something false, we usually turn to the facts: the credible, educational material in an attempt to sway them elsewhere. Correcting misconceptions...

    New research claims ‘loneliness’ may be the greatest threat to humanity’s...

    In 2019, the World Health Organization declared that loneliness is a major health concern worldwide. A year earlier, the UK appointed its first Minister...

    A peer support group for IBD patients

    Thanks to funding from Crohn’s and Colitis Canada, a Canadian charity dedicated to finding cures for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, eleven Canadian professionals from across...

    Self-Doubt to Success: Rebecca Horne

    Rebecca Horne, a University of Toronto Mississauga Ph.D. student in the department of psychology, has recently won the prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship. In...

    Being alone and being social are both parts of being human

    Being alone and being in company are both key components to being human. As we settle into a second wave of lockdown, the negative...

    The future of health, hunger and climate change is in the...

    Fruits and vegetables are under-consumed in nearly all regions of the world, despite carrying high antioxidant, micronutrient, and fibre content essential to human health....

    “Night Owls” and “Morning Larks”: The biology of treating sleep disorders

    After a long night spent writing assignments and study notes, many UTM students dread the sound of their morning alarm. Our sleep cycles, however,...

    Circadian rhythms’ effect on Olympic performance

    Circadian rhythms are 24-hour internal clocks that are essential for our bodies to function well. Ticking in the background, our circadian rhythm influences psychological...

    Correcting COVID-19 Misconceptions Requires Caution

    When someone says something false, we usually turn to the facts: the credible, educational material in an attempt to sway them elsewhere. Correcting misconceptions...

    New research claims ‘loneliness’ may be the greatest threat to humanity’s...

    In 2019, the World Health Organization declared that loneliness is a major health concern worldwide. A year earlier, the UK appointed its first Minister...

    A peer support group for IBD patients

    Thanks to funding from Crohn’s and Colitis Canada, a Canadian charity dedicated to finding cures for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, eleven Canadian professionals from across...

    Self-Doubt to Success: Rebecca Horne

    Rebecca Horne, a University of Toronto Mississauga Ph.D. student in the department of psychology, has recently won the prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship. In...

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