For student brain aficionados, the recent expansion of a neuroscience specialization is more than just a 'big brain' idea.
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PrEP, or HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis, refers to any drug that reduces one’s risk of contracting HIV. For many students, this is an invaluable sexual health resource — for both safer sex and peace of mind.
Subpar sexual education can set many of us on an uncertain path toward understanding our sexuality — but it's never too late to begin sexual reclamation through knowledge and learning.
Youth clinics are an essential service for sexual health support. These student experiences highlight gaps and benefits of their care.
Sex doesn't need to be seemless — performance and other sexual issues are perfectly common and normal experiences.
STI testing is for important for public health purposes, but also to help you make the most of a fun, sexy experience.
The impacts of the climate crisis on Pacific Island communities was discussed at the “How Ancestral Voyaging Mobilizes Knowledge of Biodiversity and Climate Change" talk on February 2.
From January 21 to 22, the largest Hackathon event in Western Canada was held at UBC.
Engineering students connected with top employers at the UBC Applied Science Co-op Networking Reception on Thursday night.
Two years after its official launch, a student-funded sustainability initiative called mugshare is branching across campus and the greater community.
Genetic counsellors at UBC are working at "the intersection of psychology and medicine" to support and educate patients.
Eleven research projects at UBC’s Vancouver campus will benefit from over $3.3 million from the B.C. Knowledge Development Fund (BCKDF).
Dr. Robin Hsiung, an associate professor in the faculty of medicine and a staff neurologist at the UBC hospital clinic for Alzheimer's and related disorders, discussed their intriguing research on neurodegenerative diseases in an interview with The Ubyssey.
Dr. Nichole Fairbrother’s Perinatal Anxiety Research (PAR) lab is committed to improving mental health and well-being of pregnant and postpartum people through in-depth investigation of mood and related disorders.
According to UBC neuroscientists, pain is an individual experience influenced by cognitive and emotional processes.