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Help for victims of sexual assault and harassment

The issue of sexual assault and harassment has riveted public attention lately, and many Montrealers are feeling the stress from ongoing or past incidents of sexual coercion and/or violence. If you or someone close to you is suffering, there are many community resources available to provide support and guidance — or simply a non-judgmental sounding board for your stories. Clinique Medic Elle supports the wellbeing of victims. For guidance on available resources and support, contact these organisations.

For adults, children, adolescents, incest survivors, the victim’s family and friends, and practitioners:
Quebec provincial helpline for victims of sexual assault

24 hours a day, 7 days a week


(toll free)

For sexual harassment in the workplace:
The Help and Information Center on Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Health News

Young drivers who use cannabis at higher risk of collisions for at least 5 hours, McGill finds
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(Isaac Olson/ CBC News) — Young people who use cannabis and drive are at greater risk of being involved in a vehicular collision even if five hours have elapsed since inhaling it, according to a McGill University study published Monday.

The research, published just two days before cannabis is legalized across the country, found  …

Why women may age slower than men: Estrogen protects cells from wear-and-tear, study finds
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(Natalie Rahhal/ Daily Mail) — Women tend to live longer than men, and the key may be in the protective effects estrogen has on chromosomes, new research suggests.

One of our best gauges of longevity is the length of telomeres, the set of genetic information at the tips of chromosomes.

Women’s telomeres tend to be longer than men’s  …

Study shows HPV vaccination does not cause riskier sexual behaviour among teens
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(CBC News)  — There is no evidence that getting an HPV vaccination encourages teenage girls to engage in riskier sexual behaviour, according to a new study.

The study, published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, used data from the B.C. Adolescent Health Survey, which collects health information every  …

Cannabis ‘more harmful than alcohol’ for teen brains: study
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(BBC News) — Teenagers using cannabis are causing long-lasting damage to their developing brains, a Canadian study suggests.

It found the impact on thinking skills, memory and behaviour was worse than that of teenage drinking.

The researchers, from the University of Montreal, urged teenagers to delay their use of cannabis  …