The life of a university student can be difficult and stressful. For students with Crohn’s and colitis, that struggle can be even more pronounced.
New innovations in psychedelic research show that MDMA could be a promising remedy for those who live with PTSD and other trauma-related illnesses.
As someone who rarely leaves the house these days, going for a COVID test felt like the biggest adventure I’d taken in months.
Shortly after giving birth to my first and only child, I was diagnosed with postpartum depression. It was the wrong diagnosis.
November is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the risk of violence has only increased with the ongoing stress and restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the time of COVID-19, some may feel uncomfortable riding public transit.
While news of the COVID-19 pandemic has flooded our feeds, and rightly so, an opioid crisis of devastating proportions has been quietly ravaging communities in Winnipeg and across the province.
It is easy to be filled with a sense of apprehension when the need to seek medical attention arises, especially considering what often feels like a lack of privacy in public waiting rooms.
To celebrate World Mental Health Day, Winnipeggers can reward themselves with a complimentary free plant on Oct. 10.
Each month, Mother of Goo will research an activity/community on the sensual-sexual spectrum.
While most university students in Manitoba – and, indeed, Canada – are attending university remotely this fall, the Canadian Mennonite University is offering in-person instruction at their Winnipeg campus.
West Broadway’s Sherbrook strip hosts two different small gyms. South Sherbrook Fitness, a part of the South Sherbrook Therapy clinic, has been a staple of the community since 2012, and Focal Fit opened in February 2020, just before the lockdown hit.
On Sept. 23 at 12:30 p.m., the University of Winnipeg will host Weweni Dialogue: Indigenous Health and Wellbeing in Times of Pandemic.
“I can’t be grieving. I haven’t lost anyone.”
Back in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, many services closed their doors, but the Winnipeg Humane Society (WHS) soldiered on with their essential service of animal care and rescue. During this pandemic, many families have opened their homes to new pets.
Until a few months ago, most students would probably have never imagined that going to university would mean sitting at home and attending a video call with their instructor.
A crunchy, satisfying snack (or lunch or dinner, no judgments here) that is vegan and gluten-friendly.
Most days, I don’t even know who I am. Similar to the way that people sometimes Google themselves, I often review my Facebook timeline. Who am I? What qualities do I present? Are my political memes dank enough?
From youth organizing to civil rights movements to the evolving social discourse, a lot has changed for people engaging in activism, community work and advocacy in Winnipeg during the past decade.
Winnipeg’s reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic has ranged from a toilet paper hoarding frenzy to a general sense of malaise as students try to navigate online classes, with many scrambling to apply for EI.