Naairah Paurobally

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    West Nile Virus not just west of the Nile

    On the tail end of summer, Peel Public Health reported that a batch of mosquitos collected on Dundas Street West and Old Carriage...

    OSAP changes affecting students’ studies

    The academic school year has already started, but students are still unsure of whether they can continue to afford their post-secondary studies in light...

    The fight against Student Choice Initiative

    The Student Choice Initiative (SCI) is finally live after the Ontario government announced it back in January, along with a 10 per cent...

    So long UTM: Class of ‘19 looks back

    There’s only one week left in the semester, and for some, there’s only one week left in their undergraduate career. With UTM’s convocation scheduled...

    The dangers of self-diagnosing

    With Google at our fingertips, it feels downright irresponsible to not exploit this resource to self-diagnose one’s symptoms. With the time, energy, and effort...

    Athletic therapy versus physiotherapy

    Athletic therapy and physiotherapy are exceedingly similar in terms of treatment and techniques used to treat an injury or illness. The main difference lies...

    OCD is not a joke: an insider’s look

    Like most mental illnesses, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) has a tendency to be casually treated in conversation as a personality descriptor. How many times...

    The science behind IF

    It is becoming increasingly popular to start the new year with goals and ambitions, especially for weight loss. Different forms of dieting and trying...

    West Nile Virus not just west of the Nile

    On the tail end of summer, Peel Public Health reported that a batch of mosquitos collected on Dundas Street West and Old Carriage...

    OSAP changes affecting students’ studies

    The academic school year has already started, but students are still unsure of whether they can continue to afford their post-secondary studies in light...

    The fight against Student Choice Initiative

    The Student Choice Initiative (SCI) is finally live after the Ontario government announced it back in January, along with a 10 per cent...

    So long UTM: Class of ‘19 looks back

    There’s only one week left in the semester, and for some, there’s only one week left in their undergraduate career. With UTM’s convocation scheduled...

    The dangers of self-diagnosing

    With Google at our fingertips, it feels downright irresponsible to not exploit this resource to self-diagnose one’s symptoms. With the time, energy, and effort...

    Athletic therapy versus physiotherapy

    Athletic therapy and physiotherapy are exceedingly similar in terms of treatment and techniques used to treat an injury or illness. The main difference lies...

    OCD is not a joke: an insider’s look

    Like most mental illnesses, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) has a tendency to be casually treated in conversation as a personality descriptor. How many times...

    The science behind IF

    It is becoming increasingly popular to start the new year with goals and ambitions, especially for weight loss. Different forms of dieting and trying...
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