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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Job security was crux of union dispute with GMunion’s bargaining position. The union had to keep the plant open,” said Charlo
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted yesterday
union’s bargaining position. The union had to keep the plant open,” said Charlotte Yates, former dean of social sciences at McMaster University and now vice-president academic at the University of Guelph. “It played a role. The union will argue... Read more
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The Norwich Gazette
Job security was crux of union dispute with GMunion’s bargaining position. The union had to keep the plant open,” said Charlo
The Norwich Gazette / Posted yesterday
union’s bargaining position. The union had to keep the plant open,” said Charlotte Yates, former dean of social sciences at McMaster University and now vice-president academic at the University of Guelph. “It played a role. The union will argue... Read more
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CBC.ca
Apologies to Michael Jordan, but the NBA's super team phenomenon isn't going awaycommissioner Adam Silver would likely not appreciate. "I don't think it's nece
CBC.ca / Posted 2 days ago
commissioner Adam Silver would likely not appreciate. "I don't think it's necessarily fair," the current Athletic Director at McMaster University told CBC Sports. "Golden State had struggled for many years before they drafted Stephen Curry, Klay... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Poo DNA test could help save the snow leopardscat. But Dr Schmitt, funded in part by New York based big cat NGO Panthera, i
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
scat. But Dr Schmitt, funded in part by New York based big cat NGO Panthera, is working with a biomedical laboratory at McMaster University in Canada to develop a solution. It's a paper-based DNA test that will flag in the field whether the... Read more
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CTV News
Global childhood obesity rates now 10 times higher than in 1975and school. Dr. Katherine Morrison, a pediatric endocrinologist and associate
CTV News / Posted 6 days ago
and school. Dr. Katherine Morrison, a pediatric endocrinologist and associate professor at the department of pediatrics at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ont., said obese children and teens are “much more likely” to develop heart disease and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Regina George's famed belly dancing sister is all grown upfrom the set of the 2004 chick flick with co-stars like Amy Poehler and Lindsay
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
from the set of the 2004 chick flick with co-stars like Amy Poehler and Lindsay Lohan Today Nicole is a pre-med senior at McMaster University and talented painter Members of the original Mean Girls cast are raising funds for Las Vegas shooting... Read more
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The Norwich Gazette
GM says no, Cami strikers regroupbargaining, they appear to be pressuring, lobbying the company,” said Charlotte
The Norwich Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
bargaining, they appear to be pressuring, lobbying the company,” said Charlotte Yates, former dean of social sciences at McMaster University and now vice-president academic at the University of Guelph. “It is a wise adaptation of strategy.... Read more
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CBC.ca
Origin of life may have been meteorites splashing into warm pondsstill haven't figured out, acknowledges Ralph Pudritz, an astrophysics professo
CBC.ca / Posted 14 days ago
still haven't figured out, acknowledges Ralph Pudritz, an astrophysics professor and director of the Origins Institute at McMaster University, who co-authored the paper. Scientists are also not sure they have an accurate picture of the rate of... Read more
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Daily Mail
Life on Earth began after meteorites leached elements into warm pondspresent’. But only now has its plausibility been proven through evidence-based
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
present’. But only now has its plausibility been proven through evidence-based calculations carried out by scientists at McMaster University in Canada and the Max Planck Institute in Germany. Co-author Dr Thomas Henning said: 'In order to... Read more
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Flint Township View
Ainsworth broadens instrumental music classes | September 21, 2017who do not receive musical training,” according to Dr. Laurel Trainor, Professo
Flint Township View / Posted 26 days ago
who do not receive musical training,” according to Dr. Laurel Trainor, Professor of Psychology, Neuroscience, and Behavior at McMaster University. “Musically trained children performed better in a memory test that is correlated with general... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Sept. 20Belleville's Sara Svoboda (above) is the Pita Pit Female Athlete of the Week at
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 26 days ago
Belleville's Sara Svoboda (above) is the Pita Pit Female Athlete of the Week at McMaster University in Hamilton. The fourth-year No. 8 and captain of the Marauders women's rugby team counted a game-high 16 points (two tries, three converts) to help... Read more
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New Kerala
First-ever Uterine Fibroid Patient Registry Aims to Shed Light on Burden for Thousands of Canadian Women - newkerala news #273455treatment of this debilitating condition," says Dr. Nicholas Leyland, Chief of
New Kerala / Posted 27 days ago
treatment of this debilitating condition," says Dr. Nicholas Leyland, Chief of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at McMaster University. "We now have more than 1,100 patients registered in CAPTURE, meaning we'll have a robust repository... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Blood for transfusion doesn’t have to be freshcould be harmful and fresher blood would be better,” said lead author Nancy Hed
News 24 South Africa / Posted 28 days ago
could be harmful and fresher blood would be better,” said lead author Nancy Heddle. She is a professor emeritus of medicine at McMaster University, in Hamilton, Ontario. “Our study provides strong evidence that transfusion of fresh blood does not... Read more
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CTV News
Antidepressant use linked to higher risk of premature deathresearch has linked the widely-prescribed medications to an increased risk of p
CTV News / Posted 29 days ago
research has linked the widely-prescribed medications to an increased risk of premature death. A study led by researchers at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ont., found that the risk of early death increased by 33 per cent in people who take... Read more
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CTV News
Allergy alert: Why aren't life-saving injectors everywhere in public?if something were to go wrong when the injectors were used. Dr. Susan Waserman
CTV News / Posted 29 days ago
if something were to go wrong when the injectors were used. Dr. Susan Waserman, an allergist and professor of medicine at McMaster University, is helping to study the Hamilton restaurant pilot project. She says it shouldn’t be that complicated... Read more
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Daily Mail
Bizarre video featuring animated GENITALS to curb STIshow the immune system responds to the infection, which could pave the way for n
Daily Mail / Posted 1 months ago
how the immune system responds to the infection, which could pave the way for new treatments. It came after scientists at McMaster University, Ontario, found a nasal spray may help to prevent chlamydia. The easy and painless administration... Read more
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asianage
Antidepressants up risk of death by 33 percent, says studynew analysis suggests that people who take the pills are at a greater risk than
asianage / Posted 1 months ago
new analysis suggests that people who take the pills are at a greater risk than previously estimated. Scientists at McMaster University in Canada combined results from 17 studies to come to the conclusion. While initially the overall... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Antidepressants raise risk of early death by 33 percentnew analysis suggests that people who take the pills are at a greater risk than
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
new analysis suggests that people who take the pills are at a greater risk than previously estimated. Scientists at McMaster University in Canada combined results from 17 studies to come to the conclusion. While initially the overall... Read more
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New York Post
Study finds antidepressants increase risk of deathmedication increases the risk of death by 33 percent, according to a new study
New York Post / Posted 1 months ago
medication increases the risk of death by 33 percent, according to a new study published Thursday. Researchers at McMaster University in Canada found that the meds can prevent major organs from functioning properly by blocking the... Read more
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BC Local News
Ottawa urged to hold huge public education campaign about pot’s risks for youthwith structural and functional harmful effects on the developing brain," said G
BC Local News / Posted 1 months ago
with structural and functional harmful effects on the developing brain," said Grant, an associate professor of pediatrics at McMaster University. She said rigorous studies have shown a connection between regular cannabis use among youth and an... Read more
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Daily Mail
Antidepressants raise the risk of an early death by 33%much greater than previously thought – among those who do not have heart diseas
Daily Mail / Posted 1 months ago
much greater than previously thought – among those who do not have heart disease – because they thin the blood. Scientists at McMaster University in Canada combined the results from 17 previous studies, analysing the impact on nearly 380,000... Read more
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