SiM-Health Lab in the News...

To date, the lab has been featured in a variety of news outlets worldwide. Examples include the CBC, CTV, ABC News (Good Morning America), Time, The Globe and Mail, The New York Times, Reuters, CBS, among many others. 























Stage, D. (2015). This research who studies self-harm explains why people do it. And why he did. Upworthy. 

Linden, D. (2015). 5 Facts About Teen Self-injuryWall Street Journal.

Linden, D. (2015). Teens Face The Teen Cutting Problem. Wall Street Journal.

O'Flanagan, R. (2015). TedX builds bridges through diverse stories. Guelph Mercury.


Arnold, C. (2014). Why Self-harm. Aeon Magazine.

Fawcett, K. (2014). Myths and Facts about Self-injury. US News and World Report. 

Dallas, M.E. (2014). Few good resources on self-harm exist online, study finds. Health Day.  

Seaman, A. (2014). Self-injury information online available but rarely accurate. Reuters.


Salz, A. (2013). Teens who self-injure seek release. Edmonton Sun.

Salz., A. (2013). Self-harmers find reinforcement onlineEdmonton Sun.

Salz., A. (2013). Self-injury on the rise says psychologist. St. Albert Leader.


Bubak, S. (2012). Website offers support for self-injury. Insight: University of Guelph: Alumni Newsletter.

Pittman, G. (2012). Self-injury may start early in some kids: study. Reuters.

Sinclair, P. (2012). Hidden Agenda: Youth Self-injury. Canadian Health Magazine.

Taylor, P. (2012). Website offers help for teens who self-harm. Globe and Mail.

Seaman, A. (2012). After parent’s cancer death, one in five self-injure. Reuters.

Chen, W. (2012). Ontario Morning. CBC Radio. 

Cornwall, J. (2012). Morning Show. Magic FM & CJOY. 


Anderson, E. (2011) Teens influenced by YouTube videos of self-cutting, risky behaviour: studies. Globe and Mail. 

Bagnato, B. (2011). CBS Radio News. 

Brooks, M. (2011). Self-injury YouTube Videos Mark an Alarming New Trend. Medscape

Caroll, B. (2011). The Bill Caroll Show. KFI Radio. 

CBC News. (2011). Self-injury YouTube Videos pose risk: study. CBC.

Curley, A. (2011). Websites may encourage self-injury in teens, young adults. CNN.

Forgione, M. (2011). YouTube cutting and self-injury videos draw increasing number of viewers, study finds. Los Angeles Times.

reen, S.R. (2011). Graphic Content: Self-injury on YouTube. USA Today.

Hutchison, C (2011). Self-harm videos on YouTube: Dangerous or Therapeutic. ABC News

La Rose, L. (2011). Self-injury YouTube videos may reinforce behaviour among viewers, study suggests. The Canadian Press.

Marble, P.  (2011). Self-injury videos on YouTube. Evening News. Today’s TMJ 4: NBC News.

Neale, T.  (2011). Self-injury videos popular with teens. MedPage Today.

Ontario Today. (2011). CBC Radio. 

Perkins, V. (2011). Helping teens with depression and self-injury. University of Guelph Research Magazine.

Potera, G.M. (2011). YouTube: Self-harm videos under scrutiny. American Journal of Nursing.

Rabin, R.C. (2011). Behavior: Videos of Self-injury Find An Audience. New York Times.

Reihm, D. (2011). The Diane Reihm Show. National Public Radio.

Rochman, B. (2011) For Teens who cut, going online can sometimes help. Time.

Stacy, K.M (2011). Worrisome Trend: Self-injury Videos on Internet. WebMD Health News.

Szabo, L. (2011). Teens share self-injury, ‘cutting’ videos on YouTube. USA Today. 

Tanner, L. (2011). Self-injury Vidoes on YouTube are Alarming Trend. Associated Press.

Travers., L. (2011). Canada AM: CTV (Interviewed by Seamus O’Reagan).

White. N. (2011). Self-harm videos a worrying trend. The Toronto Star.

Wild, A.M. (2011). Self-cutting Trend Apparent on YouTube. Good Morning America: ABC News.

World Today. (2011). BBC News - Radio.