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Daily Media Digest May 31, 2019

Lawson Health researchers develop new imaging tool to detect heart disease Globalnews.ca “The Lawson Health Research Institute says it’s found what may be the latest weapon in the battle against heart disease.” TAGS: heart disease, […]

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2019 May

Daily Media Digest May 30, 2019

More Canadians hospitalized per day for health conditions and injuries caused by alcohol or drugs than for heart attacks and strokes combined: report The Globe and Mail “For Ashley Wettlaufer, a research co-ordinator for Toronto’s […]

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2019 May

Daily Media Digest May 29, 2019

Fainting during pregnancy can be a sign of problems for both mother and baby Folio – University of Alberta “… a team of cardiology researchers that included University of Alberta senior epidemiologist Padma Kaul and […]

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2019 May

Daily Media Digest May 28, 2019

New study finds ‘strikingly high’ rates of cancer in some Ontario industrial cities Globalnews.ca “The paper was produced by a team of researchers led by Ivan Litvinov, a Montreal dermatologist at the McGill University Health […]

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2019 May

Daily Media Digest May 27, 2019

‘It affects every area of life’: Toronto psychotherapist sheds light on rarely discussed binge eating disorder Globalnews.ca “Dr. Allan Kaplan, a senior clinician and scientist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), co-authored […]

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2019 May

Daily Media Digest May 24, 2019

Lawson study will examine how smart technology can serve those with mental illness Globalnews.ca “A newly-announced study from the Lawson Health Research Institute will look into how smart technology can serve those with mental illness.” […]

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2019 May

Daily Media Digest May 23, 2019

Minor stroke diagnosis less likely in women than men, study shows CBC.ca “Women are less likely to be diagnosed with minor strokes than men when they show up to emergency rooms, according to new research […]

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2019 May

Daily Media Digest May 22, 2019

Combined procedure reduces re-injury in athletes after ACL knee surgery: study Globalnews.ca “After conducting the largest clinical trial of its kind, the Lawson Health Research Institute has found performing a lateral extra-articular tenodesis (LET) …” […]

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2019 May

Daily Media Digest May 21, 2019

Older adults more likely to develop dementia after a concussion, Canadian study finds The Globe and Mail “… Dr. Redelmeier, who is also a physician at Toronto’s Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and a professor of […]