Tens of thousands of cancer cases in Canada each year are preventable. What can Canadians and policy makers do to reduce cancer risk? Get the full story Cancer Is More Preventable Than You Might Think
Ontarians in rural communities are at a greater risk of stroke than their urban counterparts. But why, and what can be done about it? Get the full story Country Living Isn’t as Sweet as It Seems
When it comes to measuring the environmental effects of rapid urbanization, researchers have discovered a new ally: honeybees. Get the full story A Sweet Snapshot of Global Urbanization
Microplastics are all around us, and we don't yet know how much we're inadvertently ingesting, or what it could do to us. Get the full story How Much Plastic Have You Eaten Today?
Dialysis sessions can be frequent and long, but using a stationary bike during treatment can help pass the time while improving health outcomes. Get the full story Pedalling Towards a Better Quality of Life
A federal program meant to address food insecurity in Nunavut has actually made it worse. How could this be, and what can be done? Get the full story Are Subsidies Just Feeding Into Nunavut’s Problems?
To pave the way for logging, B.C. is making its forests more susceptible to wildfires by treating less valuable trees as weeds. Get the full story B.C. Government Can’t See the Forest for the Trees
It's the world's oldest known fungus fossil by hundreds of millions of years, and could help reshape our vision of evolution. Get the full story This Canadian Fossil Could Be a Billion Years Old
Ongoing habitat destruction could disrupt the ecology of fear: changes in animal behaviour to avoid predators and parasites. Get the full story There’s Plenty to Fear, Including Fear Itself
Parents have heard waves of wisdom about helping their kids get to sleep. A new study seeks to sort out just what works best. Get the full story Cleaning Up the Facts on ‘Sleep Hygiene’