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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

September 19, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Trigger warnings should not be used as they prevent growth

By | Dec 2, 2015

Trigger warnings prevent open dialogue, an important part of education on a college campus.

Worrying can actually benefit overall mental health

By | Nov 11, 2015

Low levels of anxiety that come with worrying can boost your cortisol just enough that it is beneficial to your overall state.

Link between physical and mental illness could reduce stigma

By | Oct 28, 2015

Having a physical connection with mental illness could allow people to more easily see it as something that cannot necessarily be controlled.

Stigma surrounding mental illness needs to be eliminated

By | Oct 7, 2015

It is exasperating, sometimes, that we need specified days to remind us to take action to prevent hurting other human beings.

Mental health research should not be privatized

By | Sep 23, 2015

The private sector has greater funding and does not have to jump through government hoops, but its research can also be less available to the public.

New York State Fair lacks ethnic diversity in cuisine

By | Sep 9, 2015

This was a fair that was supposed to celebrate the whole of New York state, which includes more than just the cultures and interests of the majority.

Neuroscientist Oliver Sacks leaves powerful legacy behind

By | Sep 2, 2015

What I find to be most influential about Sacks, though, is his influence on the general public. He was able to make neuroscience accessible.

Pixar brings insight to the world of feelings in new movie

By | Aug 24, 2015

Pixar has given us, though in its most rudimentary form, a gateway to start understanding one of life’s most confusing challenges: feelings.

Running may be secret to health

By | Apr 29, 2015

The conclusion that can be drawn here is that running positively impacts health.