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CBS 6 Richmond
Forget New Year’s; start a summer workout insteadof South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz,
Forget New Year’s; start a summer workout instead
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 8 hours ago
of South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz, assistant professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, has studied how networks in our brains are affected by physical exercise. During her... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Experts: Summer might be best time to start workout routineof South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz,
Experts: Summer might be best time to start workout routine
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 15 hours ago
of South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz, assistant professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, has studied how networks in our brains are affected by physical exercise. During her... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Experts: Summer might be best time to start workout routineof South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz,
Experts: Summer might be best time to start workout routine
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 15 hours ago
of South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz, assistant professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, has studied how networks in our brains are affected by physical exercise. During her... Read more
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News 8000
Experts: Summer might be best time to start workout routineof South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz,
Experts: Summer might be best time to start workout routine
News 8000 / Posted 15 hours ago
of South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz, assistant professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, has studied how networks in our brains are affected by physical exercise. During her... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
Forget New Year's; start a summer workout insteadexercise and sports science at the University of South Carolina-Aiken. Jennife
Forget New Year's; start a summer workout instead
ClickOnDetroit / Posted 15 hours ago
exercise and sports science at the University of South Carolina-Aiken. Jennifer Heisz, assistant professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, has studied how networks in our brains are affected by physical exercise. During her... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Forget New Year's; start a summer workout insteadexercise and sports science at the University of South Carolina-Aiken. Jennife
Forget New Year's; start a summer workout instead
KECI Missoula / Posted 15 hours ago
exercise and sports science at the University of South Carolina-Aiken. Jennifer Heisz, assistant professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, has studied how networks in our brains are affected by physical exercise. During her... Read more
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4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville
Experts: Summer might be best time to start workout routineof South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz,
Experts: Summer might be best time to start workout routine
4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville / Posted 15 hours ago
of South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz, assistant professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, has studied how networks in our brains are affected by physical exercise. During her... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Forget New Year's; start a summer workout insteadexercise and sports science at the University of South Carolina-Aiken. Jennife
Forget New Year's; start a summer workout instead
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 15 hours ago
exercise and sports science at the University of South Carolina-Aiken. Jennifer Heisz, assistant professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, has studied how networks in our brains are affected by physical exercise. During her... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Experts: Summer might be best time to start workout routineof South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz,
Experts: Summer might be best time to start workout routine
KTVZ Bend / Posted 15 hours ago
of South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz, assistant professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, has studied how networks in our brains are affected by physical exercise. During her... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Experts: Summer might be best time to start workout routineof South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz,
Experts: Summer might be best time to start workout routine
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 15 hours ago
of South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz, assistant professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, has studied how networks in our brains are affected by physical exercise. During her... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Experts: Summer might be best time to start workout routineof South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz,
Experts: Summer might be best time to start workout routine
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 15 hours ago
of South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz, assistant professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, has studied how networks in our brains are affected by physical exercise. During her... Read more
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KOAT7abc Albuquerque
Experts: Summer might be best time to start workout routineof South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz,
Experts: Summer might be best time to start workout routine
KOAT7abc Albuquerque / Posted 15 hours ago
of South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz, assistant professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, has studied how networks in our brains are affected by physical exercise. During her... Read more
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FOX 17 Grand Rapids
Forget New Year’s; start a summer workout insteadof South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz,
Forget New Year’s; start a summer workout instead
FOX 17 Grand Rapids / Posted 21 hours ago
of South Carolina-Aiken. Take advantage of longer summer days Jennifer Heisz, assistant professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, has studied how networks in our brains are affected by physical exercise. During her... Read more
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The Hindu
Light weights will doshake with fatigue. This approach to weight training is very effective, says S
Light weights will do
The Hindu / Posted 6 days ago
shake with fatigue. This approach to weight training is very effective, says Stuart Phillips, a professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, who has long studied muscles and exercise. It builds muscle strength and... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
You Don't Need To Lift Heavy Weights To Build Musclewhat’s the message here? One of the study’s authors, Stuart Phillips, a profess
You Don't Need To Lift Heavy Weights To Build Muscle
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 8 days ago
what’s the message here? One of the study’s authors, Stuart Phillips, a professor in the Department of Kinesiology at McMaster University says: For the ‘mere mortal’ who wants to get stronger, we’ve shown that you can take a break from... Read more
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Newsmax
Surgery No Better Than Exercise for Knee Damagegood evidence has been widely ignored,” said Teppo Järvinen at the University o
Surgery No Better Than Exercise for Knee Damage
Newsmax / Posted 8 days ago
good evidence has been widely ignored,” said Teppo Järvinen at the University of Helsinki and Gordon Guyatt at McMaster University in Canada, explaining how surgery became the treatment of choice for meniscal tears. “In a world of... Read more
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CTV News
Researchers developing chlamydia vaccineResearchers at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ont., have presented the first
Researchers developing chlamydia vaccine
CTV News / Posted 8 days ago
Researchers at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ont., have presented the first promising steps towards a vaccine against chlamydia, a "silent" sexually transmitted infection (STI) that affects 113 million people worldwide each year and which can lead... Read more
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Newsmax
Researchers Developing Effective Chlamydia VaccineResearchers at McMaster University, Canada, have presented the first promising
Researchers Developing Effective Chlamydia Vaccine
Newsmax / Posted 8 days ago
Researchers at McMaster University, Canada, have presented the first promising steps towards a vaccine against chlamydia, a "silent" sexually transmitted infection (STI) that affects 113 million people worldwide each year and which can lead to... Read more
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Medical News Today
Chlamydia: World's first vaccine in sightC. trachomatis. Study co-author David Bulir, of the Michael G. DeGroote Instit
Chlamydia: World's first vaccine in sight
Medical News Today / Posted 9 days ago
C. trachomatis. Study co-author David Bulir, of the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research at McMaster University in Canada, and colleagues report their findings in the journal Vaccine. Chlamydia is usually... Read more
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FOX News
Researchers design nasal vaccine to protect against chlamydiasay is an effective chlamydia vaccine that can be administered nasally. Prelimi
Researchers design nasal vaccine to protect against chlamydia
FOX News / Posted 9 days ago
say is an effective chlamydia vaccine that can be administered nasally. Preliminary findings from animal studies conducted at McMaster University in Canada suggest the test may show promise. According to the Centers for Disease Control and... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Scholarship a shot in the academic armcareer, so I thought it would be perfect." Patel, who will start to pursue her
Scholarship a shot in the academic arm
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 10 days ago
career, so I thought it would be perfect." Patel, who will start to pursue her four-year degree in life sciences at McMaster University in the fall, will receive $2,500 for each year of study as part of the Reid Family Scholarship. The... Read more
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Daily Mail
Could an INHALER prevent chlamydia? World's first vaccine for the STDare no direct preventative methods, other than advising people have safe, prote
Could an INHALER prevent chlamydia? World's first vaccine for the STD
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
are no direct preventative methods, other than advising people have safe, protected sex. But now, a team of scientists at McMaster University, have developed what is believed to be the first widely protective vaccine against... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers develop first protective vaccine against insidious STItowards developing a vaccine against an insidious sexual transmitted infection
Researchers develop first protective vaccine against insidious STI
News-Medical-Net / Posted 10 days ago
towards developing a vaccine against an insidious sexual transmitted infection (STI) have been accomplished by researchers at McMaster University. Researchers at the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research at McMaster have... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Anthropologists find new record of vitamin D deficiency in people who lived hundreds of years agoResearchers at McMaster University have found a rich new record of vitamin D de
Anthropologists find new record of vitamin D deficiency in people who lived hundreds of years ago
News-Medical-Net / Posted 10 days ago
Researchers at McMaster University have found a rich new record of vitamin D deficiency, one that resides in the teeth of every person and remains viable for hundreds of years or more. The team of anthropologists has determined that looking into the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study identifies ten potentially modifiable risk factors for strokeof the key preventable causes of stroke. This study led by Dr Martin O’Donnell
Study identifies ten potentially modifiable risk factors for stroke
News-Medical-Net / Posted 10 days ago
of the key preventable causes of stroke. This study led by Dr Martin O’Donnell of the Population Health Research Institute at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada and the HRB-Clinical Research Facility, NUI Galway, Ireland, and Prof Salim... Read more
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New Kerala
Teeth can act as fossil, reveal vitamin D deficiency - newkerala.com #92369not have such a clear way of measuring exactly what happened to people, and whe
Teeth can act as fossil, reveal vitamin D deficiency - newkerala.com #92369
New Kerala / Posted 11 days ago
not have such a clear way of measuring exactly what happened to people, and when," said Lori D'Ortenzio, doctoral candidate at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. "They're essentially fossils in your mouth," added Bonnie Kahlon, Lab... Read more
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CNET
Don't get enough sunshine? Your teeth will tattle on youas you flip your mattress. Turns out that even after you're dead, your teeth a
Don't get enough sunshine? Your teeth will tattle on you
CNET / Posted 11 days ago
as you flip your mattress. Turns out that even after you're dead, your teeth are still snitching on you. Researchers at McMaster University in Canada looked at teeth taken from bodies buried in rural Quebec and France in the 1700s and 1800s,... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
9 out of 10 strokes could be preventedstudy co-leader Dr. Martin O'Donnell. He is an associate clinical professor in
9 out of 10 strokes could be prevented
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 11 days ago
study co-leader Dr. Martin O'Donnell. He is an associate clinical professor in the Population Health Research Institute at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada, and the HRB-Clinical Research Facility in Galway, Ireland. Preventing strokes is... Read more
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FOX News
9 out of every 10 strokes are preventable, study suggestsof some risk factors by region,” study author Salim Yusuf, a professor at the P
9 out of every 10 strokes are preventable, study suggests
FOX News / Posted 11 days ago
of some risk factors by region,” study author Salim Yusuf, a professor at the Population Health Research Institute at McMaster University, said in the release. “This includes better health education, more affordable healthy food, avoidance... Read more
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Philly.com
9 Out of 10 Strokes Could Be Prevented, Study Findsstudy co-leader Dr. Martin O'Donnell. He is an associate clinical professor in
9 Out of 10 Strokes Could Be Prevented, Study Finds
Philly.com / Posted 11 days ago
study co-leader Dr. Martin O'Donnell. He is an associate clinical professor in the Population Health Research Institute at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada, and the HRB-Clinical Research Facility in Galway, Ireland. Preventing strokes is... Read more
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express
Most strokes 'ARE preventable' with 10 risk factors potentially modifiablefor 15 per cent of strokes. This study was led by Dr Martin O'Donnell, of the
Most strokes 'ARE preventable' with 10 risk factors potentially modifiable
express / Posted 11 days ago
for 15 per cent of strokes. This study was led by Dr Martin O'Donnell, of the Population Health Research Institute at McMaster University in Canada along with scientists from 32 countries. It builds on preliminary findings from the first... Read more
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CBS News
How 9 out of 10 strokes could be preventedstudy co-leader Dr. Martin O'Donnell. He is an associate clinical professor in
How 9 out of 10 strokes could be prevented
CBS News / Posted 11 days ago
study co-leader Dr. Martin O'Donnell. He is an associate clinical professor in the Population Health Research Institute at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada, and the HRB-Clinical Research Facility in Galway, Ireland. Preventing strokes is... Read more
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Newsmax
9 of 10 Stokes Could Be Preventedstudy co-leader Dr. Martin O'Donnell. He is an associate clinical professor in
9 of 10 Stokes Could Be Prevented
Newsmax / Posted 11 days ago
study co-leader Dr. Martin O'Donnell. He is an associate clinical professor in the Population Health Research Institute at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada, and the HRB-Clinical Research Facility in Galway, Ireland. Preventing strokes is... Read more
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PhysOrg
Hundreds of years later, teeth tell the story of people who didn't get enough sunshinevitamin D deficiency. Credit: Reused from Journal of Archeological Science, 201
Hundreds of years later, teeth tell the story of people who didn't get enough sunshine
PhysOrg / Posted 11 days ago
vitamin D deficiency. Credit: Reused from Journal of Archeological Science, 2016, with permission from ElsevierResearchers at McMaster University have found a rich new record of vitamin D deficiency, one that resides in the teeth of every person... Read more
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The Age
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumsMedical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
Medical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater... Read more
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Brisbane Times
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumsMedical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 days ago
Medical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater... Read more
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The Courier
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumsMedical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
The Courier / Posted 13 days ago
Medical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater... Read more
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Kiama Independent
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumsMedical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
Kiama Independent / Posted 13 days ago
Medical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater... Read more
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Manning River Times
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumsMedical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
Manning River Times / Posted 13 days ago
Medical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumsMedical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 13 days ago
Medical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater... Read more
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The North West Star
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumsMedical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
The North West Star / Posted 13 days ago
Medical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater... Read more
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Daily Liberal
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumsMedical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
Daily Liberal / Posted 13 days ago
Medical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater... Read more
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The Border Mail
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumsMedical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
The Border Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Medical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumsMedical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
Medical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chumsMedical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even
PS: Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
Medical Journal concluded that people trust celebrities with their health, even when it might cause them harm. Researchers at McMaster University and the Harvard School of Public Health found celebrities are often perceived as having greater... Read more
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Daily Mail
The top 10 PREVENTABLE stroke triggersfrom obesity to high blood pressure – and how 90% of attacks could be prevented
The top 10 PREVENTABLE stroke triggers
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
from obesity to high blood pressure – and how 90% of attacks could be prevented with basic lifestyle changes Experts at McMaster University in Ontario identified 10 stroke triggers By making basic lifestyle changes 'people can eliminate... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Nursing pioneer Sister Simone Roach created theory of caringnot because we are nurses or radiation technologists, but because we are human
Nursing pioneer Sister Simone Roach created theory of caring
The Globe and Mail / Posted 15 days ago
not because we are nurses or radiation technologists, but because we are human beings,” she told nursing graduates in 2011 at McMaster University in Hamilton after receiving an honorary doctorate of laws. “A need to care for others is what called... Read more
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FOX News
Lifting weights? No need to go heavythe researchers said. "Fatigue is the great equalizer here," study researcher
Lifting weights? No need to go heavy
FOX News / Posted 15 days ago
the researchers said. "Fatigue is the great equalizer here," study researcher Stuart Phillips, a professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, said in a statement. "Lift to the point of exhaustion, and it doesn't matter... Read more
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Quartz
Lighter weights do as much for building muscle as heavier ones, new research saysthat you lift, but instead it’s about how much effort you’re putting in,” Rober
Lighter weights do as much for building muscle as heavier ones, new research says
Quartz / Posted 15 days ago
that you lift, but instead it’s about how much effort you’re putting in,” Robert Morton, a graduate student in kinesiology at McMaster University and lead author of the study, said. For their work, Morton, who is also a weightlifting coach, and... Read more
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redOrbit
Should kids suck their thumbs and bite their nails? This study says yes.to dirt or germs reduces the risk of developing allergies," study author Malcol
Should kids suck their thumbs and bite their nails? This study says yes.
redOrbit / Posted 16 days ago
to dirt or germs reduces the risk of developing allergies," study author Malcolm Sears, a respiratory health expert at McMaster University in Canada, said in a news release. "While we don't recommend that these habits should be encouraged,... Read more
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