Depression and Cognition: A Correlation

Once upon a time, depression was viewed by many as a term used by desperate individuals, who were seeking attention or individuals lacking willpower and coping skills. Flash forward to today and weโ€™re seeing the dangerous effects of untreated depression, such as suicide, murder, drug and alcohol abuse, domestic violence and so on. We all … Continue reading Depression and Cognition: A Correlation

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Suicide: What’s the Deal?

From since the beginning of 2017, it seems like there's a suicide happening every week, as though life is only getting harder to the point where there's just too little faith in the world. What is it? Many of you may ask, but never really wanting to hear the truth. Well, here it is, some … Continue reading Suicide: What’s the Deal?

Hypothyroidism and its Effects on the Mind and Body

Ever felt tired just because? Or maybe you've noticed your mind drifting off more than normal? Or your friends are more prone to confessing their deepest secrets to you because well, you have no memory? Are you moody and not just during your menstrual cycle? Maybe your blood flow is heavier than before and your … Continue reading Hypothyroidism and its Effects on the Mind and Body

Favorite Film and Why It’s Important

"Back there I could fly a gunship, I could drive a tank, I was in charge of [a] million dollar equipment, [and] back here I can't even hold a job parking cars." This is from the scene in First Blood, where John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) broke down in front of his former commanding officer, Colonel … Continue reading Favorite Film and Why It’s Important