Life 

Treating adult mental illness, where challenges often arrive by age 25

Meaghan Wray Life Reporter According to Toronto’s Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, more than 75 per cent of adult mental illness surfaces before the age of 25. ‘What’s up,’ an East Metro Youth Services (EMYS) program established in 2011, is a no-cost, no-wait walk-in mental health counselling service. Previously geared towards children, youth and their families, it has now... More

OPINION: Mindfulness aids mental health

Neha Lobana Life Editor There’s no doubt that within the past few years, there has been a significant increase in the rise of those being diagnosed with some sort of mental illness or addiction. In fact, CAMH – the Toronto-based Centre for Addiction and Mental Health — states that one in five Canadians experience mental health or addiction problems and... More