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Real life versus gaming Brain scans show us that the limbic system does not distinguish well between real-life stimuli and virtual realities accessible on modern-day digital

Redesigning Cities to Fight Loneliness

Half a million Japanese people claim to be suffering from social isolation. The UK recently appointed a minister for loneliness, the first in the world. In Australia, Victoria

Helping Young Adults Quit Smoking

By Dr. Bruce Baskerville Young adults comprise one the largest groups of smokers in Canada, with 19 per cent of those aged 18–34 years recorded as being current smokers in

Sex and Marriage: Not Always a Sure Thing

By Michael Gordon I recently found myself on a long overseas flight, and decided to watch a movie to break up the time. I scanned the options and chose On Cecil Beach, the

Relationships Matter

By Sue Lantz Transition points in care are an opportunity to extend support to caregivers. When a patient is transitioning from a hospital to the community, or between care

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