The authors brought attention to COVID-19 and its potential to aggravate malnutrition through food insecurity and this insecurity’s impact on gut microbiota composition.
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The centre has been established at the UBC Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries and is headed by assistant professor of Indigenous fisheries science and Nisg̱a’a Nation member Dr. Andrea Reid.
Intimacy can be tricky when you’re meant to stay six feet apart from anyone outside of your immediate household or, if you live alone, your core bubble.
Unfortunately, communication over the internet is insecure. If you’re going to send nudes to someone, how can you do it securely?
A recent UBC study has found that as social isolation became the norm, adoption rates for dogs surged.
The study emphasized the importance of community engaged, location-based environmental policy approaches, as patterns of inequality vary from place to place.
It’s been approximately five months now since STEAM instructors started hosting video game streaming sessions with their students.
In providing their audience with the facts, the podcasters hope to encourage listeners to take a more critical approach to the health headlines they encounter.
The plan is divided into four phases, with phases one and two focusing on immunizing those with increased likelihood for severe illness, and phases three and four focusing on the general population.
Dr. Tara Martin and her team have identified 102 species found in the southern Fraser River estuary at risk of local extinction.
The project also incorporates the use of virtual reality technology as a tool for teaching the Nisga’a language to Nisga’a people living both within and outside of Nisga’a territory.
Those with lower perceived socioeconomic class were more likely to think power is obtained through manipulative ways.
Students who are struggling to retain information in their classes, feeling more anxious, irritable or tired, as well as suffering from disrupted sleep patterns may want to consider the benefit of online mental health resources.
Just over 30 minutes in run time and simply titled “Can Chemistry Change the World?” the talk has already amassed hundreds of upvotes on Reddit and has resonated with individuals across the UBC community.
This might also be helpful advice if you’re in a family group chat with a variety of opinions related to politics and COVID-19.