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2015/05/26 14:39
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Hamilton’s long-delayed LRT is moving ahead. Premier Kathleen Wynne on Tuesday pledged up to $1-billion in provincial funds to build a light rail line from McMaster University to Queenston Traffic...
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2015/05/26 01:39
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In his final year of medical school, David Sackett was entrusted with the care of a teenager being treated for what is now call hepatitis A. At the time, the late 1950s, the standard treatment was...
2015/05/25 22:35
2015/05/25 22:35
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A few years ago, when Lynn Peterson volunteered to coach soccer, it was a daunting experience. "Trying to come up with drills, trying to offer kids something every single week "¦ it was challenging,"...
2015/05/21 10:17
2015/05/21 10:17
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A London-based education charity will get more than $10 million of federal money to expand its countrywide reach to five million students, The Free Press has learned. Let’s Talk Science will get the...
2015/05/20 21:39
2015/05/20 21:39
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The role: Astronomers dedicate much of their careers to the study of celestial objects, such as stars, planets, moons, asteroids, comets, galaxies and nebula. While research is often considered their...
2015/05/19 22:38
2015/05/19 22:38
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Testing people’s hand strength could be a simple, low-cost way to screen them for the risk of heart attack or stroke, The Lancet reports. Canadian-led researchers carried out a large-scale probe into...
2015/05/18 20:46
2015/05/18 20:46
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YOUTUBEDavid Sackett, a founder of the field of clinical epidemiology and a leading proponent of using scientific methods to test the benefits of medical treatments, died last week (May 13). He was...
2015/05/16 08:52
2015/05/16 08:52
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... is when girls experience social pressure to put aside their authentic selves and display only a small portion of their gifts." She should not be speaking articulately and without conceit...
2015/05/14 18:07
2015/05/14 18:07
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PARIS: Testing people’s hand strength could be a simple, low-cost way to screen them for the risk of heart attack or stroke, The Lancet reported yesterday. Canadian-led researchers carried out a...
2015/05/14 00:28
2015/05/14 00:28
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People with a strong handshake are less likely to die early or suffer a heart attack, according to what scientists described as a "definitive" study that found it was better than a blood pressure...
2015/05/12 19:37
2015/05/12 19:37
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After a few weeks of retraining her brain, the researchers hooked up some wires that linked the nodes on the top of her head to a prosthetic arm that sat on a cart beside her. She practised grabbing...
2015/05/10 16:28
2015/05/10 16:28
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Parents and children celebrated Mothers Day by listening to speakers at a walk Saturday dedicated to saving women's and children's lives and improving their prospects in the developing world. Save...
2015/05/09 12:51
2015/05/09 12:51
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Inflammation appears to be the underlying factor behind the symptoms of traumatic brain injuries, according to a new study by researchers At McMaster University in Canada. The findings provide an...
2015/05/08 14:05
2015/05/08 14:05
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CLEVELAND CLINIC-- A new study shows the quality of your diet may influence your risk of cognitive decline, including memory, judgment and thinking problems. Dr. Jagan Pillai did not take part in the...
2015/05/08 13:57
2015/05/08 13:57
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The cleaning and maintenance staff At McMaster University have been trying reach an agreement to bring the hourly plus benefits to $15. This will bring the staff up above the poverty line. McMaster...
2015/05/06 20:57
2015/05/06 20:57
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The Brantford Film Group wraps up its season with a screening of Red Army on Thursday at the Brantford Cineplex. In this film, writer/director Gabe Polsky's dramatic plays are as slick and...
2015/05/06 11:19
2015/05/06 11:19
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Jennifer Domenick/The Washington Post For two decades, the government has been warning that most Americans are eating dangerous amounts of salt. Contrary evidence has emerged in recent years,...
2015/05/06 09:56
2015/05/06 09:56
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It's hands-on science fun for the whole family. The Celebrate Science Rendezvous, hosted by Let's Talk Science this Saturday, May 9 At McMaster University from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., will be filled...
2015/05/06 03:39
2015/05/06 03:39
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Canadian working women are making about $8,000 less a year than men doing an equivalent job, says a study that highlights the persistence of gender inequalities in the workplace. That gap is double...
2015/05/05 07:56
2015/05/05 07:56
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I was shocked and outraged to read about Hussein Hamdani being suspended from the government's Cross-Cultural Roundtable on National Security. I have known Mr. Hamdani for over 20 years and have known...
2015/05/26 14:39
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