5 Ways to Prepare for Going Back to School

By Zoe Verelli It’s about that time again: all of us students are getting ready to head back to school. After having a few weeks off for the holidays, most of us don’t want to give up the good life just to attend classes and stress ourselves out over ...

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5 Ways to Fight Off a Cold

By Zoe Verelli We’re not even a month into winter yet (officially, anyway) and it already seems that every one is getting sick. It’s a terrible feeling, and we wouldn’t wish it on anyone. After all, a common cold or flu brings with it a lot of disco...

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5 Facts You Should Know About Anxiety

By Zoe Verelli Anxiety is a constant feeling of worry or unease that plagues an individual’s thoughts, emotions, and body. Some individuals have the misfortune of dealing with anxiety disorders, which means that their anxiety interferes with their daily...

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16 Year Old and his battle with SMA

by James Floreani He isn’t your average teenager, however. He wakes up every morning to the reality of spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), a genetic disease that has robbed him of his physical strength by affecting the motor nerve cells in the spinal cord. H...

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Child’s play: An important lesson for marriage

By Lydia Waruszynski  M.Ed. Raising children in a loving home is important. Affection between parents such as cuddling, hand-holding, hugging, and kissing not only lets kids feel more safe and secure, but it also teaches that family and marriage are abou...

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A look into the brain disorder of ADHD

Dr. Johanne Lévesque of Neurodezign shares the misconceptions and most common signs of ADHD By Alyssia Rubertucci “My child isn’t organized, it must be ADHD,” say some parents that visit Neurodezign, a family company that specializes in the assessm...

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