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More than 200 days in, COVID-19 is taking a psychological toll, and that’s entirely normal

Article content continued University of Regina psychology professor Dr. Gordon Asmundson: “The psychological footprint of the pandemic is likely as big, if not bigger, than the medical footprint.” Photo by Brandon Harder/Postmedia/File Psychotherapy, now more accessible than ever via virtual care, can help people cope with abnormal stressors, Frances says. What he doesn’t support is… Read More »

Is Postpartum Depression a Distinct Subtype of Depression? Taking a Closer Look at the Amygdala

While many women with postpartum depression (PPD) have had previous episodes of major depression and will go on to have other episodes of depression outside of the postpartum period, many have questioned whether postpartum depression represents a specific subtype of major depressive disorder (MDD), postulating that there may be characteristics which distinguish depression emerging during… Read More »

Will Smith Birthday Special: Taking a Look at his Charismatic and Charming Red Carpet Avatars (View Pics)

While his son is busy carving a name for himself in Hollywood, Will Smith is still busy winning our hearts with his chivalry. It was in 2007 when  Newsweek called him the most powerful actor in Hollywood, though nothing much has changed ever since. Smith still continues to be eye candy and his dapper red carpet… Read More »