Daily Media Digest July 30, 2018

National Post
“TORONTO — Some researchers spend years working to conduct an … Gravely enlisted the help of leading researchers in Canada and the U.K., who …”
TAGS: ALS, ALS disease, worms, space


“Three long weeks of walking have given Mitchell Boulette a lot of time to reflect on a journey much more treacherous than the one he’s on now.”
TAGS: Indigenous police officers, Indigenous health, mental health


“The annual Parkinson SuperWalk is once again set to take place in communities across Canada. Starting Sept. 8 through 16, more than 10,000 …”
TAGS: Parkinson’s, Super Walk, Halifax,


Talking Disability
““This research tells a story of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with … A culture of inclusion is a moderating force on the social health and …”
TAGS: disabilities, aboriginal, Aboriginal Health


“The Chigamik Community Health Centre in Midland. Ont., about two hours north of Toronto, introduced its unique Indigenous perinatal program earlier …”
TAGS: new parents, medicine wheel, mental health, indigenous health,


Ottawa Citizen
“The web-based platform, a collaboration between the Bruyère Research Institute, The Ottawa Hospital and the Champlain LHIN, got off the ground in … “
TAGS: wait times, medial specialists, solutions


“All of the proceeds of the event help send kids with type one diabetes to camp. Diabetes Canada says the event brings in around $40,000 annually.”
TAGS: type 1 diabetes, Kingston fundraiser, Restaurants


Medical Xpress-5 hours ago
“Researchers from Canada, Austria and Australia examined the relationship … It is very encouraging that discussions about mental health and suicide have …”
TAGS: journalists impact, reporting, suicide


ETHealthworld.com-4 hours ago
“Researchers from the University of Saskatchewan in Canada are looking at how we can use 3D printing to help damaged nervous systems to regrow.”
TAGS: nerve growth, technology, 3D printing, scaffolds, University of Saskatchewan