Neurochemistry -My Capstone Experience

When I came to Concordia I did not know what to expect. I was told numerous times it was a great school with a concrete educational background and well trained professors. The overwhelming class load came with it challenges, but I got to meet so many amazing people and friends that I will know forever,…
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The Other Side Of Obesity You Did Not Know

If you went around asking people what they think the cause of obesity is, they will most certainly tell you it is overeating. Even though they are right, they usually ignore other factors that lead to obesity. The notion that obesity is a disease is still not well accepted by the public. In this blog…
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ALS, It’s More Than The Ice Bucket Challenge

Remember a few years back when the ice bucket challenge was a big thing? Everyone was doing it and the challenge went viral. Next thing I know my antisocial media mother is doing it too. She decided to create a Facebook just so she can get a bucket of ice cold water dumped on her. …
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How Many Is Too Much: Concussion And What You Need To Do

Injuries can happen at any given time in a person’s life. Whether you are riding a bike, walking a dog, playing a sport or even going downstairs in your basement (trust me this actually happened to me) some of them happen spontaneously while others can be controlled. The severity of an injury to a part…
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Key Things You Need To Know About Alzheimer’s Disease

What is Alzheimer’s disease? Alzheimer’s disease is a disorder of the brain that affects a person’s memory, thinking and overtime the ability to enact in simplest tasks. It is most prevalent with age, older individuals tend to have it more and It is the most common cause of dementia in older adults. The majority of…
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