This horrendous wildfire season has left Canadians with a gloomy outlook, particularly those between the ages of 18 and 34. Get the full story Young Canadians Have a Burning Desire to Relocate
Is it pollution and pesticides? Does ethnicity play a role? New research looks into Canada's high rate of pediatric inflammatory bowel disease. Get the full story Why Do So Many Canadian Kids Have Bowel Inflammation?
The buildup of plaque on the walls of our arteries can lead to heart attack or stroke. But even a small reduction can lower that risk dramatically. Get the full story Within Your Bloodstream, A Little Goes A Long Way
Not everyone is able to work a regular 9-to-5, but a new study shows how night shifts and rotating shift work can lead to cognitive impairment. Get the full story Work Odd Hours and Your Memory Might Go to Shift
In fact, all three contribute to increased mortality and hospital visits, particularly among the elderly. But it's not just during "heat wave" events. Get the full story It’s Not the Heat, It’s the Humidity… and the Pollution
Autoinjectors help people manage chronic conditions, but they're too expensive for many. An open-source, 3D-printed design could change that. Get the full story An Injection of Fresh Thinking in Home Medical Care
This pandemic has taught many of us that vaccines don't completely prevent infection. But as research intensifies, that may be set to change. Get the full story How Bacteria Could Help Us Fight Off Viruses
As humans, we kill, eat and/or use a third of all vertebrate species on this planet. We're the unassailable rulers of Earth... but at what cost? Get the full story We Are the Apex Predators (That’s Not a Good Thing)
In the Grassy Narrows First Nation in northern Ontario, 50 years after an industrial plant opened, youth are attempting suicide at shocking rates. Get the full story A River, an Industrial Plant and Intergenerational Trauma
If you spend those seconds (which add up to 4.5 minutes) doing vigorous exercise, then there's a pretty decent chance that you can. Get the full story Can You Decrease Your Cancer Risk in 270 Seconds?