Monthly Archives: October 2015

Can We Inherit Fear






Recently a study on mice has shown that traumatic events experienced by a parent mouse can be passed down to subsequent generations. The study found “these transgenerational effects are inherited via parental gametes” (Dias, Ressler, 2014). It is interesting to … Continue reading

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Ontario Human Rights Commission – Key Findings






“Ontarians with mental health and addiction disabilities have lower levels of education, lower income, are less likely to take part in the labour force and are less likely to live in adequate, affordable housing compared to people with other disabilities … Continue reading

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Mental Health at Work






This is a continuing initiative but a new face on their web page with some updated material and resources. Excellent material from the Canadian Mental Health Association of Ontario. “In any given week, more than half a million Canadians will … Continue reading

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