Chocolate is by far the most stress-relieving snack humans have when under pressure. Despite chocolate having its satisfying crispy snap and smooth texture, that isn’t the reason why chocolate is appealing to humans, even under stress. So why is that a simple bar of chocolate makes a person feel so content and wanting for more? It all comes down to how the molecular compounds that impact brain chemistry. Continue reading Why do people love to eat chocolate?
The Health and Wellness SHSM students were a part of the medical team of the Road to Hope Race, also known as the Relay for Hope marathon, which took place this year in Hamilton. Continue reading Health & Wellness SHSM: Road to Hope Race
According to our poll on Instagram, students were very satisfied with their experience at the fair. It was definitely an informative night for everyone! Continue reading HUGE turnout for MD’s first ever University / College / Apprenticeship Fair
You could find them on doors, pasted on the walls, and sticking out from lockers. We even found some hiding behind posters! Continue reading ‘Just Be You’: Anonymous paper kindness notes found all around MD!
The purpose of the activity was to understand the taxonomy of the organisms. Continue reading In photos: Grade 11 Biology classes dissect frogs, scorpions
Students and staff at MD dressed up in orange t-shirts with the words “Every Child Matters” on Monday to honour the Indigenous youth impacted by Canada’s residential school system. Continue reading Orange Shirt Day 2019: A gesture of reconciliation