Running errands during the pandemic might be an anxiety-inducing chore for some, but for the extroverts among us, it has been a saving grace (Photograph by Christie Vuong)

Only in 2020 would running errands be the most exciting thing you do all week

Rushing out to get milk was once the height of tedium. Today, it’s an anxiety-inducing thrill ride.

How universities are helping students with ’invisible’ disabilities

Schools are racing to figure out how to use accommodations to handle the wave of students who are grappling with invisible disabilities

The new worry epidemic

Experts now argue it can have devastating effects on work, health and children

An editor’s lifelong struggle with anxiety

Scott Stossel’s Fear, Hope, Dread and Search for Peace of Mind

The awkward truth about excuse notes

As more students ask for extensions, profs ask: is this real?
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U of T law school adopts new grading system

But will it really reduce stress?
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Stop calling these students mentally ill

Anxiety and depression need to be reclassified
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Big brains, big danger

Universities are "perfect incubators" for mental illness
When every headache is a brain tumour

When every headache is a brain tumour

Two Canadian physicians have an advice book for those with obsessive health worries

Anti-studying: the more you read, the less you know

Everything seems unfamiliar and un-memorizable