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2015/02/28 01:20
2015/02/28 01:20
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The reason people are seeing The Dress in different colours is all in our heads, according to a professor At McMaster University. On Thursday evening, a poorly-lit photo of a dress started making the...
2015/02/28 01:20
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2015/02/26 22:39
2015/02/26 22:39
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In seeking work-life balance, many of us fight hard to carve out sufficient time for exercise. It keeps us fit, reduces stress, and can offer – depending on the activity – time to ourselves or social...
2015/02/26 04:34
2015/02/26 04:34
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Courtesy of Arseny Khakhalin Courtesy of Arseny Khakhalin In a recent study, University researchers used a tadpole model to better understand the effects valproic acid — an anti-epilepsy drug...
2015/02/25 19:13
2015/02/25 19:13
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Six hours after eating a peanut-butter sandwich, Austin’s father planted a wet one on the two-year old’s face and instantly, Austin’s lip began to swell. The toddler was rushed to the hospital, where...
2015/02/25 01:57
2015/02/25 01:57
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Washing dishes might be the best chore for a kid. The study of more than 1,000 children from Sweden found that those living in homes where dishes were washed by hand were 40 percent less likely to...
2015/02/22 00:56
2015/02/22 00:56
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Storm begins SOSSA AAA run Thursday The Saltfleet Storm senior boys basketball team is feeling A-OK heading into the Southern Ontario Secondary Schools Association AAA championship this week, despite...
2015/02/20 22:13
2015/02/20 22:13
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Niagara music professor Rachel Rensink-Hoff has been recognized by the Ontario Arts Council for her commitment to Canadian music. An assistant professor of music At McMaster University in Hamilton,...
2015/02/20 04:56
2015/02/20 04:56
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The St. Jean de Brebeuf Braves held off the Cathedral Gaels to win their first Hamilton Catholic high school senior boys basketball title in 22 years. It was a close battle Thursday night at the...
2015/02/18 15:51
2015/02/18 15:51
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A new paper challenges the prevailing opinion that depression is related to low levels of serotonin in the gaps between nerve cells in the brain. This theory has predominated for nearly 50 years and...
2015/02/16 15:31
2015/02/16 15:31
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A team of archaeologists and other researchers hope that an ancient graveyard in Italy can yield clues about the deadly bacterium that causes cholera. The researchers are excavating the graveyard...
2015/02/14 15:38
2015/02/14 15:38
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TORONTO — Playing football for the University of Toronto in the 1950s, John Evans would line up at right tackle, where opponents often confused him for all-Canadian left tackle Fraser Mustard. When...
2015/02/12 19:52
2015/02/12 19:52
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The Carnegie Gallery unveils three new exhibitions this month to brighten the winter months. Christopher Reid Flock’s ceramics are presented in an exhibition entitled Basking. Ried Flock has...
2015/02/12 17:56
2015/02/12 17:56
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Ancaster sisters Alina and Kira Fusch home with gold medals from the recent Ontario Youth International Judo Tournament in Whitby. The pair, along with their younger brothers Christoph and Kai, are...
2015/02/09 16:55
2015/02/09 16:55
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Babies with a very low birth weight may be at much higher risk of depression, ADHD or other psychiatric conditions in adulthood, compared with those born a healthy weight, and steroid use just before...
2015/02/03 20:09
2015/02/03 20:09
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A universal influenza vaccine will be tested by U.S. researchers for the first time on people, a significant step toward ending the cumbersome method of developing a new flu shot every year to keep up...
2015/02/03 16:13
2015/02/03 16:13
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The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario routinely notifies medical regulatory bodies worldwide when a physician is accused of professional misconduct, the Star has learned, while often...
2015/02/01 22:15
2015/02/01 22:15
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The very first bite of pasta al pomodoro generously sprinkled with coarse sea salt is the moment I pinpoint as the end of my salt-sparing life. From just a scattering on buttered bread to rubbing...
2015/01/29 23:13
2015/01/29 23:13
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The old saying you are what you eat may be out to lunch. Turns out, you may be what your mother ate. Research on humans and animals shows that health and disease risk is “actually programmed well...
2015/02/28 01:20
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