Do health ratings matter

Do health ratings matter

At the front of all restaurants there is a health food rating. This rating is design to show the public how safe the restaurant is at preparing and storing food. However, these detailed inspections might not interest the public. The safe food counts is a rating system that judges the...

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Margaret Trudeau shares her story to help end the stigma of mental-illness

  REPORTER’S NOTE: The day I heard that Margaret Trudeau was going to be speaking at the Chatham Cultural Centre about her struggles and victories with Bipolar Disorder I rushed and picked up a ticket. I had every intention of writing a story for www.the30.ca from my vantage point of...

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City Council Meets to Speak on Machette Road Closure

City Council Meets to Speak on Machette Road Closure

The Environmental, Transportation & Public Safety met at City Hall Windsor to speak about a project in development to close Machette Rd. during wildlife migration periods with the decision to defer the issue to a regular city council meeting. The road  runs through Ojibway Park and Ojibway Prairie Provincial Natural...

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Mental Illness: Making it Acceptable to Share

Mental Illness: Making it Acceptable to Share

  There is a cry and a fight to see those who suffer from mental illness find acceptance, help and relief from the stigma attached to it. Depression, generalized anxiety disorder, PTSD, bipolar disorder, those are but a few of the illnesses that plague people and cause them to isolate...

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Student Stress and Self-Care

Student Stress and Self-Care

Step onto the university campus with your ears tuned in to the students around you and it will not take long to hear and feel the stress levels. Constantly sentiments of “There are so many assignments due all at once!” can be heard with palpable stress and distress in the...

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Canadian Blood Services in need of more donors due to new policy

Canadian Blood Services in need of more donors due to new policy

Vampires were not the only ones collecting blood on Halloween. The Canadian Blood Services made 1 out of its 4 annual visits to the university of Windsor. While Canadian Blood Services has seen a decline in donors across Canada, many students as well as community members rolled up their sleeves to...

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Flu Shots: Necessity or Unnecessary?

Flu Shots: Necessity or Unnecessary?

For many, the topic of immunizations is a controversial one. It’s an ongoing debate: to immunize or not to immunize. With flu season just around the corner, several pharmacies and clinics around the city have begun opening their doors and are making sure that the flu shot vaccination is readily available...

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Students vs. Midterms and Assignments

Loading video, please wait… It’s that time of the semester again, students are have midterms and major assignment the 30 interviewed four students. Two with registered disabilities and two with anxiety. The students shared some of the difficulties they faced. The 30 also interviews Dr. Robert Clark and he shared...

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