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Double Stigma: Black communities are in mental health crisis mode
How the intersection of race and mental illness stigmatizes Black Canadians
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How a lack of cultural competency in mental health care is failing BIPOC communities
Racialized individuals face greater barriers to mental health support despite having worse mental health than their non-racialized counterparts. How can cultural competency training alleviate the problem?
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How do you find out if you have ADHD?
ADHD affects four per cent of adults globally, but more often goes untreated
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Battling hypochondriasis during the pandemic
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The debate on death: Are Canada’s reduced barriers to assisted death ethical?
Canadians intolerably suffering are now eligible for assisted dying; but not everyone thinks that’s a good thing
The hypocrisy of Bell’s annual mental health campaign only spotlights the real inequity Canadians face when accessing mental health care It’s been almost a month since Bell Let’s Talk Day…