Akhila Menon

A budding journalist and graduate of the University of British Columbia's journalism school, Akhila is passionate about the environment, politics and issues of social justice.

When she's not racing against writing deadlines, she can be found hunting for bubble tea and the best happy hours in the city.

Realizing you have CKD is your most important first step and then you make plans from there.
Thousands of Americans will be diagnosed with CKD in 2023, but others won't know they have it.
Take care of your kidneys. They play a pivotal role in your daily life, and sexual health, too.
You might not even know you've got CKD, because there may be no symptoms in the early stages.
Learn how to define and communicate your boundaries to protect yourself on campus.
Regardless of what you may have heard, sexual activity is not involved.
Unlearn the intrusive beliefs and behaviors that are keeping you from recovery.
Your relationship is in a good place. Should you risk spoiling that by cohabitating?
We all use store-bought medications, but the side effects could be affecting your sexual health.
The earth didn't move, no stars in their eyes: Here are the real signs of the lovestruck.