The top 5 ‘news you can use’ stories of 2017
Help yourself to the year’s most popular tips and sensible advice from UAlberta experts.
By SEAN TOWNSEND
Relationship expert Matt Johnson found that easing your romantic partner’s stress now can boost their mental health later—and it’s sometimes the support they don’t see that matters most.
Infectious disease expert Lynora Saxinger predicted the “why” back in October: this flu season is a bad one. And if you still haven’t been vaccinated, the “when” is now!
Two history researchers thought there must be 150 ways to live up to your personal commitment to reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. So they made a list anyone can use every day.
The six simple tips in this April story came along at just the right time for thousands of students heading into finals. A similar story about reducing stress at work proved almost as popular.
As the overdose crisis continues with no end in sight, this perspective from addictions specialist Hakique Virani is more important than ever.