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To Help Students Overcome Setbacks, They Need to Develop ‘Academic Buoyancy’

Astrid Helene Kendrick, University of Calgary Teachers, parents, and academics have become increasingly concerned about the increase of mental health distress in students. Many schools have begun to address this issue by focusing on building student resilience. Academic resilience is a person’s ability to respond effectively to long-term academic challenges, such as chronic underachievement. Australian… Read More »

BREAKING: Cohen drops testimony on Novartis deal: They wanted ‘access’ to Trump

As much as Novartis might want the issue to go away, the company’s questionable $ 1.2 million consulting contract with President Donald Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen caught the spotlight again on Wednesday as Cohen testified to Congress. Pressed by lawmakers in the House of Representatives, Cohen sketched out a relationship that contradicts Novartis’ original… Read More »

Most People Against Genetically Modified Foods Know Less Than They Think

Getty ImagesMihajlo Maricic / EyeEm Let’s get this out of the way up front: The scientific consensus is that genetically modified (GM) foods are safe to eat. That hasn’t stopped people from ginning up controversy around them; it’d been decades now, and we’re still hearing alarmist rhetoric about “Frankenfoods.” But a new study finds that… Read More »