Gustavus’ 58th annual Nobel Conference highlights youth mental health

Gustavus’ 58th annual Nobel Conference highlights youth mental health

ST. PETER, Minn. (KEYC) – Gustavus Adolphus College’s Nobel Conference has been putting science and ethics into dialogue since 1965. “Science doesn’t come in a separate box than ethics. These questions are always involved with each other, no matter the topic,” Nobel Conference Director Lisa Heldke said. Each fall, it brings leading thinkers and researchers … Read more

Potential breakthrough: New treatment for Alzheimer’s – CNN

Potential breakthrough: New treatment for Alzheimer’s – CNN

Potential breakthrough: New treatment for Alzheimer’sCNN New Model of Alzheimer’s as an Autoimmune DiseaseNeuroscienceNews Is Alzheimer’s an autoimmune disease? Time for a rethink?Cosmos Krembil Brain Institute researchers identify new model of Alzheimer’s as an autoimmune diseaseEurekAlert New Therapeutic Target Could Check the Progress of Alzheimer’s DiseaseNeuroscienceNews View Full Coverage on Google News

Melatonin should be avoided in children unless prescribed: experts

Melatonin should be avoided in children unless prescribed: experts

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) is urging parents to consult a health care professional before starting their child on melatonin, according to a recent health advisory. “While melatonin can be useful in treating certain sleep-wake disorders, like jet lag, there is much less evidence it can help healthy children or adults fall asleep … Read more

Less than one per cent of U of T students requested vax mandate exemption

Less than one per cent of U of T students requested vax mandate exemption

TORONTO – Less than one per cent of the 8,400 University of Toronto students living on campus have requested an exemption to its triple-COVID-19-shot mandate, the school said Wednesday. The university did not say how many exemption requests have been granted, or how many students have not had a booster dose, but said the “vast … Read more

Ottawa working to regulate drug supply as overdose deaths continue to climb

Ottawa working to regulate drug supply as overdose deaths continue to climb

The federal government is working toward a regulated safe supply of drugs, the addictions minister said Wednesday, as new data showed an increase in overdose deaths in the first three months of this year compared to the same period last year. “I think that people are right, that we want to be able to get … Read more

Lululemon Launches Hybrid Fitness Platform

Lululemon Launches Hybrid Fitness Platform

Lululemon Athletica is expanding its fitness offerings with the launch of Lululemon Studio, a new platform that gives members access to thousands of online and in-person fitness classes. Lululemon Studio is the cornerstone of the fitness apparel’s new membership program, both of which will launch on Oct. 5. It also marks the next chapter for … Read more

Amid youth mental health crisis and counselor shortage, SC creates new program for school staff

Amid youth mental health crisis and counselor shortage, SC creates new program for school staff

COLUMBIA, SC (WSPA) — Officials said schools throughout the Palmetto State have a new way to prepare teachers and other staff to support student mental health. Wednesday morning, psychology faculty at the University of South Carolina launched the John H. Magill SC School Behavioral Health Academy (SBHA). According to officials, the SBHA will offer continuing … Read more

The Worst Carbs No One Should Be Eating Anymore Because They Lead To Inflammation And Weight Gain

The Worst Carbs No One Should Be Eating Anymore Because They Lead To Inflammation And Weight Gain

When you eat the right kind in moderation, carbs can be a great source of fiber and other nutrients that will help you crush your weight loss goals. However, it’s no secret that many carb-filled foods out there can cause serious damage to your overall health. Refined carbs, which are found in highly processed foods, … Read more

Lift&Co. Expo, Canada’s Number 1 Cannabis Conference and

Lift&Co.  Expo, Canada’s Number 1 Cannabis Conference and

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sept. 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via CannabisNewsWire — Lift&Co. exhibition, Canada’s no. 1 cannabis conference and trade show, will return to the Vancouver Convention Centre, West Bldg 1055 Canada Pl, Vancouver, BC, on January 12-14, 2023. Lift&Co. Expo is Canada’s premier event for seasoned professionals, recreational and medical consumers, industry associations, … Read more