Daily Media Digest April 1, 2019

McGill Reporter
“The study, led by Dr. Ron Postuma at The Neuro (Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital) and the Montreal General Hospital of the McGill …”
TAGS: Parkinson’s disease, sleep disorders


The London Free Press
“The new process developed by researchers at Lawson Health Research Institute — the research arm of London Health Sciences Centre and St.”
TAGS: genetic testing, developmental disabilities, epigenomes


McGill Reporter
“Scientists at McGill University have developed a new method to study how seizures arise in the healthy brain. Using laser light …”
TAGS: epilepsy, seizures


CTV News
“Brian Rush, a scientist emeritus with the Institute for Mental Health Policy Research at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto, …”
TAGS: depression, treatment, psychedelic drug research


The Globe and Mail
“… Canadian study on how the birth control pill affects a woman’s ability to think is the latest to address a decades-old knowledge gap researchers say needs to be fixed: How oral contraceptives impact the brain.”
TAGS: women’s health, oral contraceptive


“The Rehabilitation Science Graduate Students’ Union hosted its inaugural Speaker Series event to discuss women and brain health …”
TAGS: women’s health, brain health, research


The Globe and Mail
“According to Julie Anne Irving, staff psychologist at the Work, Stress, and Health clinic at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), there are …”
TAGS: stress, substance abuse, mental health


Queen’s Journal
“Queen’s Black Premedical Association (QBPA) organizes the event to provide undergraduate students with the opportunity to hear from physicians about their personal experiences as minorities in healthcare. “
TAGS: healthcare professionals, students, minorities