Food Allergies Up Among the Young

02/03/2023 Colin McGregor 0

By Colin McGregor It’s not your imagination. Your youngster who sniffles and sneezes and erupts is more susceptible to allergies than were their parents and grandparents.  Children are much more likely to be allergic than they were 25 or 50 years ago. Child allergies are […] See more

Is Tea Less Stimulating Than Coffee?

01/03/2023 The Social Eyes 0

By Catherine Crépeau – The Rumor Detectors Agence Science-Presse ( Big coffee drinkers are often told to lower their caffeine consumption by drinking tea so they’ll sleep better. But isn’t tea also a stimulant? The Rumor Detectors checked this one out. Caffeine is the most studied and most […] See more

The Confinement at Cegep Age

12/02/2022 The Social Eyes 0

Students at John Abbott College wrote about the COVID-19 crisis in their French language media course. The following translations come from that course. Many students couldn’t celebrate reaching the age of majority with their classmates. In confinement, they gained an awareness of the impacts of […] See more

COVID and its Cardiac Issues

11/11/2022 The Social Eyes 0

Agence Science-Presse ( Being infected with COVID seriously increases your risks of suffering grave health problems in the weeks following an infection – from type 1 diabetes to heart ailments. The authors of a study that came out in July in PLOS Medicine took care […] See more