Here's some science behind the message in the film “Inside Out”. The power of sadness may surprise you. (4:04 min.)

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Mysteries remain in the bends and folds of the brain. It is a complex organ responsible for all that we do, and we do not yet fully understand how it works

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Studying for a big test, preparing for a job interview, or applying to postsecondary school are all stressful situations. But what does it actually mean to be stressed?

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Through a series of live, staged scenes, young students present how a lack of response from peers that see bullying happen is all too common.

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Bullying is not limited to the schoolyard or home - it is becoming a common occurrence online. This video describes the act of ‘cyberbullying’ as a virus that is infecting the world - one computer at a time.

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Bullying behaviour results from negative interactions between peers. This powerful short film shows what life is like from the perspective of a high school student that is being bullied, and from the students that are doing the bullying.

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This mixed media collage is a Grade 8 Art & Body Systems project by Sarah

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This video from Scientific American explains why some amount of stress is good for you.

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During sporting events most of the attention is focused on the players, however they are not the only one's whose bodies undergo stress during a game. Find out the science behind the science of coaching.

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Unfortunately, abnormal stress responses, such as panic attacks, are quite common and cause a lot of turmoil in some teens' lives. But what exactly is a "panic attack"?

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