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The bitter side of sugar

Despite knowing about the dangers of consuming too much sugar—diabetes and cavities—my childhood involved stuffing my pockets with sugar packets and snagging an orange-flavoured lollipop...

What are New Year’s resolutions?

If you resolved to exercise more, save money, or learn a new skill at the beginning of this new year, you are not alone....

UTMSU renegotiating health and dental plan

On October 30, members of the University of Toronto Students’ Union (UTSU) voted to endorse separation from the University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union...

Do Gen Z’s eat out more?

If you’ve ever walked into the room of a Millennial or Generation Z individual, you’ll know that it is quite impossible to navigate your...

The carb showdown: simple versus complex

Carbohydrates can be found in majority of the five main food groups and play an important role in our day to day lives. There...

Is organic food really the better option?

Organic food is marketed as being healthier, but it is also more expensive. As a university student, it is important to keep an eye...

Achieving your new year’s resolutions

As the clock strikes midnight on January 1, 2018, a list of New Year’s resolutions seems to suddenly appear. Every year, it is the...

Alternative ways of learning poetry

Developed by poet Ronna Bloom, the Poet in Community program aims to develop the creative writing interests of students at U of T.  Bloom...

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...

UTM destresses with TREWO

The group hoped to raise awareness about mental and emotional health.

Health on campus

Most students are unaware of HCC’s services

Combatting obesity through advertising?

U of T researchers study effectiveness of health campaigns on children

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