Daily Media Digest June 26, 2019

CTV News
“In new study researchers at Western University and Lawson Health Research Institute may have discovered what might be causing these aneurysms …”
TAGS: cardiology, aneurysm, research


UM Today (press release)
“A recent study by University of Manitoba researchers could lead to groundbreaking new treatments and improved diagnosis of diseases like Alzheimer’s, stroke, epilepsy and diabetes.”
TAGS: neuroscience, research, brain disorders


“Being able to walk to and from work, errands and your home is great, but you might not be getting all the health benefits you expect if your …”
TAGS: air pollution, walkable neighbourhoods, health benefits


The Kingston Whig-Standard
“Researchers at Kingston Health Sciences Centre and Queen’s University are looking for participants for a national study investigating the relationship …”
TAGS: national study, irritable bowel syndrome, mental health


Sherwood Park News
“The forum featured presentations from experts and panels from various health organizations across Alberta including Alberta Health Services, Alberta …”
TAGS: wildfire smoke, air quality, health impacts


UBC Faculty of Medicine
“The Centre for Gender and Sexual Health Equity, an academic research centre housed at Providence Health Care along with the UBC Youth Sexual …”
TAGS: gender-based violence, trauma-informed support


Canada NewsWire (press release)
“Today, the Honourable Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Minister of Health, announced that the Public Health Agency of Canada will be investing up to $4.5 …”
TAGS: diabetes, prevention, federal funding


“Canada’s Health minister says she is concerned about cuts to health care in Ontario as the federal government gets set to roll out a national dementia strategy and is hoping to implement a national pharmacare program.”
TAGS: Ontario, health care, Ginette Petitpas Taylor