How to combat digital eye strain

With the new reality of remote learning, many students are constantly staring at screens. Spending the day focussed on Zoom classes and meetings may leave some students feeling extra tired or dizzy. Although extended use of digital devices will not permanently damage your eyes, they can still cause bothersome symptoms[Read More…]

Global Health Night fosters discussions for a better future

The McGill Global Health Program’s (GHP) 12th annual Global Health Night, held on Nov. 2, brought together students and faculty members for an evening celebration, recognizing McGill’s involvement in international health-related fields. The night’s programming highlighted student research and featured keynote speaker professor Senait Fisseha, the Director of Global Programs[Read More…]

SSMU Eating Disorder Resource Center provides crucial support to students

For individuals struggling with eating disorders, psychosocial stressors and social distancing orders have posed unique risks and far-reaching health effects. Isolation can trigger those struggling with disordered eating and body dysmorphia, and social distancing can disturb daily routines and make maintaining support systems difficult.  The Students’ Society of McGill University’s[Read More…]

Keeping your cool in the cold

The winter is brutal: It gets dark too early and the freezing temperatures make going anywhere a miserable experience. The cold environment can make it hard to find joy this season, but here are some winter rituals that might help.  Be proactive During the wintertime, the stronger desire to stay[Read More…]

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