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Breaking Social Bonds

Communication is an interactive process that supports growth and development. Read more on how COVID19 and the use of technology implicates social bonding, and further, strategies you can use to combat this in the face of evolving times.

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Interested in partaking in a study?

Do you have prolonged symptoms of a concussion? Researchers at Carleton University, are doing a study on prolonged symptoms of concussion in adults. They’re interested in your thoughts on returning to exercise and quality of life. The study can be

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Can you grow new brain cells?

Neuroscientist Sandrine Thuret explores how we can promote neurogenesis, or, the formation of new nervous system cells. Watch this to learn about strategies that can be adopted to help promote neurogenesis:      

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What is a Vestibular Migraine?

A vestibular migraine is when an individual has attacks that include vestibular symptoms with moderate or severe intensity lasting between 5 minutes and 72 hours. Read more on signs, symptoms and guidance on vestibular migraines here:   What Should You

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