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By Shazia Islam AIDS-related deaths in Haiti are on the decline thanks to funding initiatives by international donors, an expert said Tuesday. Dr. Gordon Arbess runs the inner city health program at St. Michael’s health centre in Toronto and is one of the main organizers of the weekly discussion topics on HIV and AIDS. Arbess
By Shylo Adams The University of Toronto’s Sexual Education Centre (SEC) will be taking a hands-on approach to sexual education this year. The SEC is hosting its annual Sexual Awareness Week event on Jan. 21 at the Oasis Aqua Lounge. The venue serves as a sex-club where intercourse is allowed anywhere but the hot tub.
By Amber Daugherty New Year’s resolutions are predictable – eat healthier, spend less, save more, and get your beach body ready by summer. But there’s a danger in changing your habits suddenly, especially when it comes to jumping into a high-intensity workout regime, experts say. “The biggest risk is muscle injury,” Richard Cotton, National Director
By Sasha Ramnarine Food is an integral part of the holiday season and entertaining family and friends tends to add to the festive ambiance. Culinary students at Humber’s North Campus go “all-out” for the season, and even receive training to cater to the holidays. “What my mom’s friend usually does, since she’s Christian and celebrates