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For Young People

The youth edition of the magazine connects elementary and high school students to a range of interactive resources on physical and mental health, and is updated with new content every week. Periodically, this includes special issues on other important topics, such as our recent issue on Rights and Responsibilities, developed in partnership with UNICEF Canada, the Public Health Agency of Canada and the National Centre of Excellence for the Promotion of Relationships and Elimination of Violence.


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For Educators

Improving the physical and mental health literacy of young people depends in part on the capacity and readiness of educators. Our educator edition provides practical, evidence-based information and tips to help teachers better understand and address mental health and mental illness. Recent issues have covered how teachers can recognize and support students dealing with mental health difficulties, and how such difficulties can affect learning. Upcoming issues will address topics such as bullying and suicide.


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For College Students

MyHealth Magazine for college students features the same interactive resources as the youth edition, with content tailored to the interests and concerns of first year students, such as making the grade and dealing with stress.


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