Daily Media Digest January 31, 2022

What will work look like post-pandemic? – Timmins News
Timmins Today
“Linda Duxbury, a professor at Sprott School of Business at Carleton University, whose research centres on work-life balance, stress, worker wellbeing, …”
TAGS: COVID-19, pandemic, mental health, stress, work-life balance, Carleton University

You’re boosted and have recently recovered from Omicron. What’s your risk of reinfection? – CBC
“Samir Sinha, director of geriatrics at Sinai Health System and the University Health Network, said the strength of immune response will depend on …”
TAGS: COVID-19, pandemic, vaccination, infection, public health, University Health Network

Pandemic-era blood pressure study involving cookies requires zero in-person contact
CTV News Winnipeg
“A Manitoba research study that is looking into a cookie’s effect on blood pressure is going completely contact-free.”
TAGS: pandemic, blood pressure, nutrition, University of Manitoba

York researchers publish novel findings on role of tumor suppressor protein in muscle health
York University
“Researchers out of the Faculty of Health have published novel findings addressing a long-running debate about the role of the tumor suppressor protein p53 in muscle metabolic health.”
TAGS: tumor, cancer, muscle health, innovative research, York University

BEYOND LOCAL: Patient aggression and physician burnout contribute to a human … – Thorold News
Thorold News
“This article by Colleen Grady, Queen’s University, Ontario originally appeared on the Conversation and is published here with permission.”
TAGS: patient aggression, patient burnout, healthcare workers, mental health, Queen’s University

Mental health must be a priority during next Ontario campaign
Toronto Star
“As the Star’s Nadine Yousif reported this week, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health’s latest national survey showed levels of anxiety, depression and substance use surging along with the Omicron variant’s rapid spread.”
TAGS: mental health, pandemic, COVID-19, CAMH