Can Adaptogens Reduce Stress? 

11/24/2023 The Social Eyes 0

An article by Agence Science-Presse, The Rumor Detector and the McGill Office for Science and Society There exist a category of ingredients called “adaptogens” that supposedly reduce stress and damage caused by stress. The Rumor Detector and the Office for Science and Society at McGill […] See more

The Urbanization of Immigrants

11/13/2023 Colin McGregor 0

By Colin McGregor     It is well known that the vast majority of immigrants to North America choose to live in major metropolitan centers. Which causes a lot of challenges for our cities. About three-quarters of Canada’s immigrant population is settled in three major metropolitan areas: […] See more

The Invisible Poor

11/10/2023 Colin McGregor 0

By Colin McGregor    J. went to Services Canada to apply for unemployment insurance. But he couldn’t follow through until the end. “There were complicated words on the forms,” he complains. “Written in a complex fashion. It was really far more complicate than I thought it […] See more

Women and Love Throughout the Ages

11/06/2023 Raymond Viger 0

By Raymond Viger The French dictionary is an imposing tome, a great philosophical treatise. We can meditate on the given definition of a word and use it, with confidence, in a coherent context. By knowing a precise definition, we can make a word vibrate with […] See more

Suicidal Cyclists and Pedestrians

11/03/2023 Raymond Viger 0

By Raymond Viger The relationship between automobile drivers, cyclists and pedestrians has changed greatly over the last few years. In the previous century, the road belonged to vehicles. A pedestrian who risked sticking their foot out onto the street did so at their own risk. […] See more