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examiner.com
Augmented Reality Expo 2016 - Superpowers to the People!the way), by ‘cyborgs’ to build communities of advertising-free wireless networ
Augmented Reality Expo 2016 - Superpowers to the People!
examiner.com / Posted 4 hours ago
the way), by ‘cyborgs’ to build communities of advertising-free wireless networks, like Prof. Steve Mann’s students at the University of Toronto, or by the military. People that built wearables and who developed AR back then were generally those... Read more
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Torontoist
A Building of Her OwnFrom the Dictionary of Canadian Artists. Between 1920 and 1968, only 28 women
A Building of Her Own
Torontoist / Posted 9 hours ago
From the Dictionary of Canadian Artists. Between 1920 and 1968, only 28 women went through the architecture program at the University of Toronto. The first women architects in Canada, among them Toronto’s Esther Marjorie Hill, were more likely to... Read more
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Mississauga News
A simple solution to Canada’s climate challengethe strongest policy statement the world has seen so far. – Ambarish Chandra i
A simple solution to Canada’s climate challenge
Mississauga News / Posted 10 hours ago
the strongest policy statement the world has seen so far. – Ambarish Chandra is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Toronto. Werner Antweiler and Sumeet Gulati are Associate Professors of Economics at the University of British... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New, simpler way for encapsulation-free controlled protein releasephenomena," Pakulska said. "Our next question is whether we can do the opposite
New, simpler way for encapsulation-free controlled protein release
News-Medical-Net / Posted 14 hours ago
phenomena," Pakulska said. "Our next question is whether we can do the opposite--design a similar release system for positively charged nanoparticles and negatively charged proteins." University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science & Engi... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Archaeologist Claims To Have Found Aristotle's Tombour natural inclination to want to 'connect the dots,'" said Dimitri Nakassis,
Archaeologist Claims To Have Found Aristotle's Tomb
The Huffington Post / Posted 22 hours ago
our natural inclination to want to 'connect the dots,'" said Dimitri Nakassis, a classical architecture professor at the University of Toronto. "In this case at least we know this monument is in Stageira, Aristotle's home town, so that makes the... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Mathletes ready to compete at provincialsfrom the Churchill Street school are taking part in the Ontario Mathematics Oly
Mathletes ready to compete at provincials
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 22 hours ago
from the Churchill Street school are taking part in the Ontario Mathematics Olympiad at the Scarborough campus of the University of Toronto. The competition, open to students in Grades 7 and 8, involves teams solving questions based on the... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Mathletes ready to compete at provincialsfrom the Churchill Street school are taking part in the Ontario Mathematics Oly
Mathletes ready to compete at provincials
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 22 hours ago
from the Churchill Street school are taking part in the Ontario Mathematics Olympiad at the Scarborough campus of the University of Toronto. The competition, open to students in Grades 7 and 8, involves teams solving questions based on the... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Mathletes ready to compete at provincialsfrom the Churchill Street school are taking part in the Ontario Mathematics Oly
Mathletes ready to compete at provincials
Welland Tribune / Posted 23 hours ago
from the Churchill Street school are taking part in the Ontario Mathematics Olympiad at the Scarborough campus of the University of Toronto. The competition, open to students in Grades 7 and 8, involves teams solving questions based on the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
University of Calgary to host an inside scoop on Canadian politicsconference sessions will show that men and women still have very different expe
University of Calgary to host an inside scoop on Canadian politics
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
conference sessions will show that men and women still have very different experiences of politics. Erin Tolley of the University of Toronto will argue that visible minority women face particular challenges as candidates, particularly when it... Read more
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The Sault Star
Putty in her handsFine Arts at York University, earning an honours bachelor of fine arts, followe
Putty in her hands
The Sault Star / Posted yesterday
Fine Arts at York University, earning an honours bachelor of fine arts, followed by a bachelor of education from the University of Toronto. “I’ve enjoyed a long and rewarding career as an art educator in Toronto, London (Ont.) and,... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Low-sodium diets don’t benefit health? A closer look at the maddening debate over saltand cardiovascular events,” he said. Mary L’Abbé, professor and chair in the d
Low-sodium diets don’t benefit health? A closer look at the maddening debate over salt
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
and cardiovascular events,” he said. Mary L’Abbé, professor and chair in the department of nutritional sciences at the University of Toronto, said spot samples “cannot be used to estimate the sodium intakes of individuals.” L’Abbé highlighted... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Mona Awad wins Amazon.ca First Novel Award: ‘When I was writing the book, frankly, I never thought it would see the light of day’They each received $4,000. The finalists were selected by Russell Brown, a pro
Mona Awad wins Amazon.ca First Novel Award: ‘When I was writing the book, frankly, I never thought it would see the light of day’
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
They each received $4,000. The finalists were selected by Russell Brown, a professor emeritus of English at the University of Toronto, while the winner was chosen by Prof. Brown, author Gurjinder Basran and Nick Mount, a University of... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Can this device actually tell you what is in your food?Isabel Hoffmann Raised in Portugal and Switzerland. Immigrated to Canada ca. 1
Can this device actually tell you what is in your food?
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
Isabel Hoffmann Raised in Portugal and Switzerland. Immigrated to Canada ca. 1978 and earned a PhD at University of Toronto. Launched computer gaming company, and in 1997 bought Corel Corp.’s struggling multimedia division,... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Travel like a CEO: Five experts on how to master the business tripbe that guy—the one who downs too many mini-bottles of gin and causes a ruckus.
Travel like a CEO: Five experts on how to master the business trip
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
be that guy—the one who downs too many mini-bottles of gin and causes a ruckus. We asked Dr. Bhushan Kapur of the University of Toronto, who’s been studying the effects of alcohol since the 1970s, to bust some myths on drinking responsibly... Read more
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Nevada Appeal
Carson High School 2016 scholarship recipientsUNR Presidential Scholarship; Montana State President’s Scholarship; Queen’s Un
Carson High School 2016 scholarship recipients
Nevada Appeal / Posted yesterday
UNR Presidential Scholarship; Montana State President’s Scholarship; Queen’s University Principal’s Scholarship; University of Toronto Baseball; Grand Canyon University President’s Scholarship; Colorado Mesa Distinguished Student... Read more
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CTV News
'Rapid increase' in colorectal cancers among young Canadians, study findsnumber of patients under age 50 with colorectal cancers and they can’t explain
'Rapid increase' in colorectal cancers among young Canadians, study finds
CTV News / Posted yesterday
number of patients under age 50 with colorectal cancers and they can’t explain why. A new study, led by doctors from the University of Toronto, looked at Canadian Cancer Registry data from 1997 to 2010 and found that incidences of colorectal... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
What types of sunglasses will best protect my eyes this summer?actually checking if the claims are accurate, says Samuel Markowitz, a professo
What types of sunglasses will best protect my eyes this summer?
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
actually checking if the claims are accurate, says Samuel Markowitz, a professor in the department of ophthalmology at the University of Toronto. “As it stands now, it is basically self-declared compliance,” he says. In other words, consumers... Read more
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CBC.ca
'It's not just about nice political speeches' Trudeau trumpets trade to G7 leadersto getting (CETA) ratified in Europe, so (Trudeau's) emphasis is smart," John K
'It's not just about nice political speeches' Trudeau trumpets trade to G7 leaders
CBC.ca / Posted 2 days ago
to getting (CETA) ratified in Europe, so (Trudeau's) emphasis is smart," John Kirton, director of the G8 Research Group at University of Toronto, wrote in an email Thursday. "It would show the EU liberalizing to offset the Brexit fears." Leaders... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Mathletes ready to competefrom the Churchill Street school will participate in the Ontario Mathematics Ol
Mathletes ready to compete
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 2 days ago
from the Churchill Street school will participate in the Ontario Mathematics Olympiad at the Scarborough campus of the University of Toronto. The competition, open to students in Grades 7 and 8, involves teams solving questions based on the... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Mathletes ready to competefrom the Churchill Street school will participate in the Ontario Mathematics Ol
Mathletes ready to compete
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 2 days ago
from the Churchill Street school will participate in the Ontario Mathematics Olympiad at the Scarborough campus of the University of Toronto. The competition, open to students in Grades 7 and 8, involves teams solving questions based on the... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Mathletes ready to competefrom the Churchill Street school will participate in the Ontario Mathematics Ol
Mathletes ready to compete
Welland Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
from the Churchill Street school will participate in the Ontario Mathematics Olympiad at the Scarborough campus of the University of Toronto. The competition, open to students in Grades 7 and 8, involves teams solving questions based on the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
What it’s like to transport eyeballs to Africait’s like a blindfolded roller coaster ride. But the upside is when you pull th
What it’s like to transport eyeballs to Africa
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
it’s like a blindfolded roller coaster ride. But the upside is when you pull through, and it all works out. And you feel exhilaration. Dr. Matthew Bujak is an assistant professor of ophthalmology at the University of Toronto. As told to Wency L... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Accomplished Oak Bay teen a United Way Youth Now winnerrubber ducky race on Bowker last month, using it as an opportunity to showcase
Accomplished Oak Bay teen a United Way Youth Now winner
Oak Bay News / Posted 2 days ago
rubber ducky race on Bowker last month, using it as an opportunity to showcase the rejuvenated creek. Tang heads for the University of Toronto this fall where she hopes to study international relations, and peace conflict and justice... Read more
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PhysOrg
Study explores why there is no Labor Party in the United Stateslikely have been part of that 'Brains Trust' had they been in the U.S., particu
Study explores why there is no Labor Party in the United States
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
likely have been part of that 'Brains Trust' had they been in the U.S., particularly some professors at McGill and the University of Toronto, instead formed the League for Social Reconstruction, which provided the intellectual backbone for the... Read more
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CTV News
Trudeau touts trade, warns of protectionism at G7 summitto getting (CETA) ratified in Europe, so (Trudeau's) emphasis is smart," John K
Trudeau touts trade, warns of protectionism at G7 summit
CTV News / Posted 2 days ago
to getting (CETA) ratified in Europe, so (Trudeau's) emphasis is smart," John Kirton, director of the G8 Research Group at University of Toronto, wrote in an email Thursday. "It would show the EU liberalizing to offset the Brexit fears." Leaders... Read more
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CTV News
Fact check: Will 'exemption opportunity' for assisted-dying end on June 6?of June 6 because ... the courts are no longer authorized to consider exemption
Fact check: Will 'exemption opportunity' for assisted-dying end on June 6?
CTV News / Posted 2 days ago
of June 6 because ... the courts are no longer authorized to consider exemptions." Trudo Lemmens, a law professor at the University of Toronto who specializes in health law and policy, said the minister's remarks are reasonable. Most physicians... Read more
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CTV News
Trudeau urges G7 leaders to broaden stance against paying ransom to kidnappersthis issue after a Canadian was recently murdered in the Philippines," John Kir
Trudeau urges G7 leaders to broaden stance against paying ransom to kidnappers
CTV News / Posted 2 days ago
this issue after a Canadian was recently murdered in the Philippines," John Kirton, director of the G8 Research Group at University of Toronto, wrote in an email Thursday. Kirton said he believes other G7 members are likely to agree to a change,... Read more
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CBC.ca
Canada expects 'strong' G7 statement against paying hostage ransomsnegotiating ransom for U.S. hostages won't be prosecuted: Obama John Curtain,
Canada expects 'strong' G7 statement against paying hostage ransoms
CBC.ca / Posted 2 days ago
negotiating ransom for U.S. hostages won't be prosecuted: Obama John Curtain, director of the G7 research group at the University of Toronto, says getting the ransom statement into the final communiqué is a success for Canada. But he says the... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
T&T stickmen fall to Canada 3-2they went under to host Canada 3-2 in the third quarterfinal of the 2016 Junior
T&T stickmen fall to Canada 3-2
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
they went under to host Canada 3-2 in the third quarterfinal of the 2016 Junior Pan American Hockey Championship at the University of Toronto, Canada, yesterday. Coached by national men’s senior team captain Darren Cowie, with Akim Toussaint as... Read more
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CTV News
G7 leaders to hear Canada's new approach for boosting world economywe're seeing a summit where there won't be a single, burning issue," John Kirto
G7 leaders to hear Canada's new approach for boosting world economy
CTV News / Posted 2 days ago
we're seeing a summit where there won't be a single, burning issue," John Kirton, director of the G8 Research Group at University of Toronto, said in a recent interview. Kirton believes U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to Hiroshima is... Read more
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CTV News
Ottawa misled committee overseeing residential schools claims, lawyer saysindividual claims that are before adjudicators," Moran, who is also provost and
Ottawa misled committee overseeing residential schools claims, lawyer says
CTV News / Posted 2 days ago
individual claims that are before adjudicators," Moran, who is also provost and vice-chancellor at Trinity College in the University of Toronto, wrote Mar. 2. Schulze said he was not asking the oversight committee to investigate the individual... Read more
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USA Today
When Civil War vets invaded Canadamany as 1,000 battle-hardened Fenians crossed the river June 1. They faced Cana
When Civil War vets invaded Canada
USA Today / Posted 3 days ago
many as 1,000 battle-hardened Fenians crossed the river June 1. They faced Canadian forces of farm boys, shopkeepers and University of Toronto students called away from finals; many had never fired live rounds before fighting began June 2. Nine... Read more
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Goderich Signal-Star
Conference Friday on coastal conservationadapting to changing lake levels by Lynne Peterson of the Graham Sustainability
Conference Friday on coastal conservation
Goderich Signal-Star / Posted 3 days ago
adapting to changing lake levels by Lynne Peterson of the Graham Sustainability Institute of the University of Michigan and University of Toronto, another on controlling phragmites without the use of chemicals by Lynn Short of Humber College and a... Read more
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NBC News
Ahead of Obama Visit, Hiroshima Survivor Recounts Bombing, Hopes for Futurecame to the United States to study in 1954, married her late husband James a ye
Ahead of Obama Visit, Hiroshima Survivor Recounts Bombing, Hopes for Future
NBC News / Posted 3 days ago
came to the United States to study in 1954, married her late husband James a year later, and together enrolled at the University of Toronto. They lived in Japan for some time before returning to North America in 1962. American audiences were... Read more
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CTV News
G7 leaders set to hear Trudeau's new approach for boosting world economywe're seeing a summit where there won't be a single, burning issue," John Kirto
G7 leaders set to hear Trudeau's new approach for boosting world economy
CTV News / Posted 3 days ago
we're seeing a summit where there won't be a single, burning issue," John Kirton, director of the G8 Research Group at University of Toronto, said in a recent interview. Kirton believes U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to Hiroshima is... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Burl'sSave Oro and WORA had thought that number to be high, retaining their own exper
Burl's
Barrie Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
Save Oro and WORA had thought that number to be high, retaining their own expert to dispute the claim. Peter Tomlinson – an University of Toronto professor scheduled to testify later in the hearing – maintained his scepticism even after exit surveys... Read more
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CTV News
BMX legend Dave Mirra had brain disease CTE: reportDave Mirra, who took his own life in February, suffered from the brain disease
BMX legend Dave Mirra had brain disease CTE: report
CTV News / Posted 3 days ago
Dave Mirra, who took his own life in February, suffered from the brain disease CTE. ESPN reports a neuropathologist at the University of Toronto and two others have confirmed the diagnosis. CTE is short for chronic traumatic encephalopathy, which... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Mariners Rally With Martin's Walk-off Home RunDave Mirra, who took his own life in February, suffered from the brain disease
Mariners Rally With Martin's Walk-off Home Run
KHQ Spokane / Posted 3 days ago
Dave Mirra, who took his own life in February, suffered from the brain disease CTE. ESPN reports a neuropathologist at the University of Toronto and two others have confirmed the diagnosis. Doctors have reportedly concluded that BMX rider Dave... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Late BMX star Dave Mirra was suffering from brain disease before suicideathlete to be diagnosed with the disease, which can lead to dementia, memory lo
Late BMX star Dave Mirra was suffering from brain disease before suicide
Calgary Sun / Posted 3 days ago
athlete to be diagnosed with the disease, which can lead to dementia, memory loss and depression, according to ESPN. University of Toronto neuropathologist Dr. Lili-Naz Hazrati concluded that Mirra suffered from CTE before his death and... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
BMX star Dave Mirra's brain showed signs of CTESports on Tuesday. Mirra died at age 41 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in
BMX star Dave Mirra's brain showed signs of CTE
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 3 days ago
Sports on Tuesday. Mirra died at age 41 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in February and the family sought out the University of Toronto and the Canadian Concussion Centre. University of Toronto neuropathologist Lili-Naz Hazrati oversaw the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
BMX rider Dave Mirra found to have had CTEthe brain disease linked to head trauma. His chronic traumatic encephalopathy
BMX rider Dave Mirra found to have had CTE
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 days ago
the brain disease linked to head trauma. His chronic traumatic encephalopathy was diagnosed by neuropathologists at the University of Toronto and the Canadian Concussion Centre, where Mirra’s brain was examined after his death. “It’s assumed it... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Burl'sSave Oro and WORA had thought that number to be high, retaining their own exper
Burl's
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 3 days ago
Save Oro and WORA had thought that number to be high, retaining their own expert to dispute the claim. Peter Tomlinson – an University of Toronto professor scheduled to testify later in the hearing – maintained his scepticism even after exit surveys... Read more
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WHAS TV11 Louisville
BMX star Dave Mirra's brain showed signs of CTE(CTE), a Toronto-based neuropathologist confirmed to USA TODAY Sports on Tuesda
BMX star Dave Mirra's brain showed signs of CTE
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted 3 days ago
(CTE), a Toronto-based neuropathologist confirmed to USA TODAY Sports on Tuesday. and the family sought out the University of Toronto and the Canadian Concussion Centre. University of Toronto neuropathologist Lili-Naz Hazrati oversaw the... Read more
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FOX 8 WGHP
Late iconic BMX biker Dave Mirra had CTE; died in apparent suicide in Februarydiagnose the disease in living people. Currently, CTE cannot be definitively di
Late iconic BMX biker Dave Mirra had CTE; died in apparent suicide in February
FOX 8 WGHP / Posted 4 days ago
diagnose the disease in living people. Currently, CTE cannot be definitively diagnosed until after death. WITN spoke with University of Toronto neuropathologist Dr. Lili-Naz Hazrati, who confirmed Mirra’s diagnosis. She said that the tau deposits... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Report: BMX Legend Dave Mirra Had Brain Disease CTEDave Mirra, who took his own life in February, suffered from the brain disease
Report: BMX Legend Dave Mirra Had Brain Disease CTE
KHQ Spokane / Posted 4 days ago
Dave Mirra, who took his own life in February, suffered from the brain disease CTE. ESPN reports a neuropathologist at the University of Toronto and two others have confirmed the diagnosis. Doctors have reportedly concluded that BMX rider Dave... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Late BMX rider Dave Mirra found to have had chronic traumatic encephalopathytraumatic encephalopathy, the brain disease linked to head trauma. The conditi
Late BMX rider Dave Mirra found to have had chronic traumatic encephalopathy
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
traumatic encephalopathy, the brain disease linked to head trauma. The condition was diagnosed by neuropathologists at the University of Toronto and the Canadian Concussion Center, where Mirra's brain was examined after his death. "It's assumed it... Read more
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11 News Houston
BMX star Dave Mirra's brain showed signs of CTE(CTE), a Toronto-based neuropathologist confirmed to USA TODAY Sports on Tuesda
BMX star Dave Mirra's brain showed signs of CTE
11 News Houston / Posted 4 days ago
(CTE), a Toronto-based neuropathologist confirmed to USA TODAY Sports on Tuesday. and the family sought out the University of Toronto and the Canadian Concussion Centre. University of Toronto neuropathologist Lili-Naz Hazrati oversaw the... Read more
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examiner.com
Toronto is heating up like a grill - Summer EVENTS 2016 at a glancewomen's fitness activities, horse-back riding and walking their dogs along the
Toronto is heating up like a grill - Summer EVENTS 2016 at a glance
examiner.com / Posted 4 days ago
women's fitness activities, horse-back riding and walking their dogs along the waterfront. As a graduate hailing from the University of Toronto, having earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology and French Education, Arlanna Alie has continued... Read more
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WGN TV Chicago
Report: BMX legend Dave Mirra had brain disease CTEDave Mirra, who took his own life in February, suffered from the brain disease
Report: BMX legend Dave Mirra had brain disease CTE
WGN TV Chicago / Posted 4 days ago
Dave Mirra, who took his own life in February, suffered from the brain disease CTE. ESPN reports a neuropathologist at the University of Toronto and two others have confirmed the diagnosis. CTE is short for chronic traumatic encephalopathy, which... Read more
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The News & Observer
BMX legend Dave Mirra had brain disease CTEDave Mirra, who took his own life in February, suffered from the brain disease
BMX legend Dave Mirra had brain disease CTE
The News & Observer / Posted 4 days ago
Dave Mirra, who took his own life in February, suffered from the brain disease CTE. ESPN reports a neuropathologist at the University of Toronto and two others have confirmed the diagnosis. CTE is short for chronic traumatic encephalopathy, which... Read more
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