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2015/07/31 03:12
2015/07/31 03:12
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Courtney Stephen has a confession to make. Growing up in Brampton, Ont., the six-foot, 194-pound defensive back followed the Toronto Argonauts. That might not sound like a big deal, but Stephen is in...
2015/07/31 03:12
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2015/07/30 21:15
2015/07/30 21:15
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Hamilton Tiger-Cats' defensive back Courtney Stephen runs onto the field prior to the 102nd Grey Cup against the Calgary Stampeders in Vancouver, B.C. Sunday, Nov. 30, 2014. Stephen has a confession...
2015/07/29 09:08
2015/07/29 09:08
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Scientists from the Farncombe Family Digestive Health Research Institute At McMaster University have discovered that intestinal bacteria play an important role in inducing anxiety and depression. The...
2015/07/26 17:39
2015/07/26 17:39
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Kia Nurse, who led Canada to a historic basketball gold medal, will carry the country’s flag into the closing ceremonies of the Pan American Games. The 19-year-old from Hamilton exploded for 33...
2015/07/24 19:39
2015/07/24 19:39
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The judge looked down at the full-bearded young man who sat relaxed and smiling before him. Omar Khadr, a former teenage terrorist, was in a Canadian courtroom for the first time. Years earlier,...
2015/07/24 07:55
2015/07/24 07:55
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A new study published in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews has found that eradicating the common Helicobacter pylori bacterium with a short course of antibiotics could be enough to reduce...
2015/07/23 02:56
2015/07/23 02:56
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Google coding camp comes to Hamilton On Thursday at 10 a.m. campers in grades 6-8 will take part in the Venture Engineering and Science (VES) Codemakers Camp, hosted At McMaster University. With...
2015/07/23 02:20
2015/07/23 02:20
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Working, watching and waiting. That’s how Tyler Crapigna spends his days. After losing out to veteran and former CFL Most Outstanding Special Teams Player Rene Paredes in a training camp battle for...
2015/07/20 20:30
2015/07/20 20:30
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Co-creator David Harris Smith carries hitchBOT, a hitchhiking robot, during its introduction at the Peabody Essex Museum.— AP With its thumb raised skyward and a grin on its digital face, the robotic...
2015/07/20 16:34
2015/07/20 16:34
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INDEPENDENT MEDIAThe cumulative effect of noise at concerts can lead to permanent ear damage, even years later. Picture: Ilvy Njiokiktjien Washington - If you’re unlucky, all it takes is one loud...
2015/07/20 00:08
2015/07/20 00:08
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Canadian researchers have launched the world's first clinical trial of a novel investigational therapy that uses a combination of two viruses to attack and kill cancer cells, and stimulate an...
2015/07/19 03:00
2015/07/19 03:00
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Finding clear, definitive facts about healthy exercise can be difficult. The exercise industry is a multi-billion dollar business, built partially on selling gadgets and supplements to people...
2015/07/17 06:01
2015/07/17 06:01
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BOSTON (AP) - With its thumb raised skyward and a grin on its digital face, the robotic creation of two researchers in Canada is about to start a hitchhiking journey across the U.S. The humanoid...
2015/07/16 20:39
2015/07/16 20:39
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One couple renewed their wedding vows. Another had a date night. A group of family and friends gathered for one last sing-along. These are some of the outcomes that resulted from a Hamilton...
2015/07/14 15:20
2015/07/14 15:20
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TORONTO -- Stool transplants appear to be a veritable home run in the treatment of recurrent C. difficile infections. Researchers are now questioning whether the therapy would work for a range of...
2015/07/14 04:34
2015/07/14 04:34
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On the day her business opened, Dana Goodfellow could barely contain her excitement. “It’s always been in my long-term goals to have my own business,” she said. “So really I was just so...
2015/07/07 07:09
2015/07/07 07:09
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Infectious diseases such as hepatitis C and some of the world's deadliest superbugs--C. difficile and MRSA among them--could soon be detected much earlier by a unique diagnostic test, designed to...
2015/07/07 05:08
2015/07/07 05:08
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Two new studies led by researchers from the Farncombe Family Digestive Health Research Institute At McMaster University show that transplantation of fecal matter may be a useful tool in the fight...
2015/07/06 21:13
2015/07/06 21:13
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Sooner or later, the Niagara Spears varsity football team’s inability to play a complete football game is going to hurt it. On Sunday, the Spears trailed the Hamilton Ironmen 9-6 at the half, before...
2015/07/04 06:48
2015/07/04 06:48
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Ryan Byrne, For The Sudbury Star With the recent teachers' strike, many in the community may be worrying that some Sudbury high school students are missing out on a proper education. Those minds can...
2015/07/31 03:12
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