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2018 August

Daily Media Digest August 13, 2018

Peer support workers on front lines of overdose crisis need support too, experts say The Globe and Mail “The MRT helps people proactively address the cumulative stress of their jobs during the overdose crisis,” the […]

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2018 August

Daily Media Digest August 10, 2018

Estrogen may protect against depression after heart attack Science Daily “Researchers from the University of Ottawa Heart Institute and Brain and Mind Institute in Canada studied a rat model of heart failure after heart attack. […]

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2018 August

Daily Media Digest August 9, 2018

Women Score Top Marks in The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada’s 2018 Research Awards Canada NewsWire (press release) “Female scientists lead scorers among 32 grant awardees in annual … Dr. Buckstein of Sunnybrook Health […]

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2018 August

Daily Media Digest August 8, 2018

Crohn’s and Colitis Canada awards $2.7 million in new grants to researchers across Canada Markets Insider “”Funding research is at the very core of our mission to find cures for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis,” […]

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2018 August

Daily Media Digest August 7, 2018

Parkinson’s patients fight back with fitness CBC.ca “After a few weeks attending boxing classes for people with Parkinson’s in Glace Bay, N.S., he can do over 30 jumping jacks, easily. On the long ..” TAGS: […]

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2018 August

Daily Media Digest August 3, 2018

BC overdose deaths drop in June, more than 100 still dying each month News1130 “The buildings were identified as high-risk places for overdoses by the City of Vancouver and Vancouver Coastal Health, said McNeil, who […]

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2018 August

Daily Media Digest August 2, 2018

Indigenous students take on genomics in new research program Vancouver Sun “Indigenous students take on genomics in new research program … used to address health, environmental and political problems in their communities, …” TAGS: Indigenous […]

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2018 August

Daily Media Digest August 1, 2018

Tracking Canada’s investments in mental health initiatives over the past year This Magazine “CMHA national director of research and public policy Fardous Hosseiny says Canada’s mental health systems focus …. On Indigenous mental health.” TAGS: […]