Daily Media Digest June 2, 2023

CAMH study confirms ongoing brain inflammation associated with long COVID Newswire.ca “Researchers using advanced brain imaging are first to find increase in protein marker of inflammation in illness affecting 200 million globally.” TAGS: long COVID, […]

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Preparing for the next pandemic

Queen’s University researchers explore lessons learned from COVID-19 and what we need to better prepare for future public health emergencies. More than three years into a pandemic that claimed millions of lives worldwide and put […]


Daily Media Digest June 1, 2023

Medication shortage in Canada led to increased dosing errors in children, new study shows CTV News “The study by Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto looked at the number of monthly calls to the Ontario […]


Daily Media Digest May 31, 2023

Carleton researchers invent rapid saliva test that can provide early detection for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s The Toronto Star “The new test can diagnose the difficult-to-diagnose diseases in seconds with high certainty, beating out previous invasive […]


Daily Media Digest May 30, 2023

New data highlights high cost of healthy eating in B.C. BCCDC “A new report suggests nutritious diets are unaffordable for many B.C. families and individuals living on low-incomes.” TAGS: nutrition, BC Centre for Disease Control […]


Daily Media Digest May 29, 2023

Free medications produce overall health-care savings in Ontario trial, new study suggests CBC News “… suggest covering the cost of medication produces overall savings for the health-care system, according to a new study.” TAGS: prescription […]


Daily Media Digest May 26, 2023

Mimicking brain plasticity in children to control post-traumatic stress Canadian Association for Neuroscience “The CHU Sainte-Justine team, led by Graziella Di Cristo, has made an important breakthrough in the treatment of people suffering from symptoms […]


Daily Media Digest May 25, 2023

Study shows high-dose radiation treatments safe and well-tolerated by women with uterine cancer Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre “With a median follow-up of nine months, the patients enrolled in SPARTACUS reported an acceptable level of side […]