Daily Media Digest June 16, 2022

These are the four most common cancer types in Canada in 2022
Vancouver Is Awesome
“Eastern Canada is expected to have higher rates of cancer incidence and … study by Statistics Canada, the Canadian Cancer Society and the Public …”
TAGS: lung cancer, colorectal cancer, Statistics Canada, Canadian Cancer Society

‘COVID hasn’t gone away’: Five things health experts say we must do to end the pandemic

The Globe and Mail
“Here, he and other health experts share the top five issues that need to be addressed now.”
TAGS: COVID-19, University Health Network, University of Saskatchewan, Queen’s University, McMaster University, Western University

GSK Canada unveils new head office, embracing a hybrid working model centred around individual and collective performance and personal well-being
“GSK Canada has opened its new headquarters at 100 Milverton Drive, Mississauga, renewing its ties to the city where the company has been located for over 30 years, and which has consistently supported pharmaceutical and healthcare companies.”
TAGS: global healthcare, state-of-the-art facility, Life Sciences Ontario, GSK Canada

Nordic walking provides sustained health benefits to heart patients
The Beat
“Researchers comparing the sustained effects of cardiovascular rehab exercises in patients with coronary artery disease have determined Nordic walking confers additional health benefits.”
TAGS: cardiovascular rehabilitation, coronary artery disease, Nordic walking, University of Ottawa Heart Institute

SFU remains Canada’s top university for innovation, rises to first for entrepreneurial spirit in global ranking
Simon Fraser University
“Simon Fraser University has ranked once more as Canada’s number one university for innovation and has moved up to number one in the world for entrepreneurial spirit, according to the World’s Universities with Real Impact (WURI) 2022 rankings.”
TAGS: university research, Canadian innovation, Simon Fraser University

New approach to anatomy challenges antiquated terms, adopts inclusive lens – Western News

Western News – Western University
“Western University anatomy and cell biology professor Charys Martin is developing an open access library of inclusive anatomical resources.”
TAGS: EDI-D, eponyms, anatomical-focused terminology, Western University