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Zika: What you need to know

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BY QUINTIN BIGNELL The World Health Organization declared Zika an international health threat on February 1, 2016. The Zika virus is primarily spread through mosquito bites from the Ades species of mosquito. However, there are now 14


SSU Self Defence Class

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BY HILLARY JOHNSON February is Sheridan’s sexual assault awareness month and the SSU decided to provide a self-defense class to give students the opportunity to learn basic tools to protect themselves.


A Way to Reach Your Fitness Goal

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BY TARIQ MASHAL Junk food may be rewarding at first, but you might regret it later. Losing weight requires discipline and commitment. MyFitnessPal is a great smartphone application that allows you to monitor your


MoveU Sheridan

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BY HILLARY JOHNSON Being a student is a full time job. You’re stressed, work long hours, and fall into unhealthy habits. Fortunately, the MoveU fitness initiative at Sheridan College is

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Millenials a.k.a Generation Stress

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BY KRYSTAL DES VIGNES We are considered the “generation of the future,” but according to the American Psychological Association Millennials might be the most stressed out generation ever. With Canada’s unemployment rate


Therapy Dogs

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BY HILLARY JOHNSON St. John Ambulance’s Therapy Dog Program has proven to be a great success. Volunteers travel to multiple facilities including hospitals, retirement homes, high schools and libraries. The


Health Centre helping students fight flu

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BY GABY MENDOZA According to the federal government’s Healthy Canadians site, every year millions of Canadians catch the flu. Right now it’s in full swing at Sheridan College. There are

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Avoiding the Flu This Year

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BY STEVEN DIRCKZE Each year the influenza virus seems to spread northward from the United States as the temperature drops. As the worst often hits during the holidays, the majority

Kaitlyn Terrana sleeping in her bed where she spends 20 hours out of her day during an episode.

Sleeping Beauty Syndrome forces teen to sleep for days

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BY EMILY JOHNSON Kleine-Levin Syndrome, also known as the Sleeping Beauty Syndrome, is one of the rarest sleeping disorders ever discovered. An Ontario teen has been suffering from the disorder

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