Erik works in a team in program development related to cultural identity and its relationship to resiliency.

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The CBC reports on how companies can use science to create addictive foods.

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This article looks at some of the factors that lead to positive or negative attitudes, as well as ways a person can become more positive.

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If you can't get outside, can someone bring the positive effects of nature to you?

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It feels like elephants are doing the mambo on my skull. Ouch. And it’s that time of themonth. Double ouch. What could be the cause of this cranial cramp? Can I prevent it?

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When we learn about health or medicine (or pretty much anything) there are often numbers and percentages associated with them. You know the stories or ads that say "27 per cent of patients saw an improvement" etc. So where do these numbers come from?  

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If you find yourself lacking in motivation, here's a bit of an incentive to get moving: recent research suggests exercise not only makes you look good, it also enhances your brain function and makes you smarter!

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ADHD is a neurological condition and people with it have problems focusing. It is important to know that it is actually very common and can be treated easily.

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Even though we can medically treat withdrawal symptoms, we also need to pay attention to what is happening in the brain's command centre that makes people crave the drugs, and ultimately come back for more.

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