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Teaching kids to be allies for disability inclusion

Teaching kids to be allies for disability inclusion

By Sally LindsayUniversity of Toronto Sun., Oct. 14, 2018 Social inclusion is a key social determinant of health. Without it, people are more susceptible to anxiety, depression and poor health…

Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Today is Indigenous Peoples’ Day, embraced by a growing list of cities, states and universities in the United States, as an alternative to Columbus Day, and meant to recognize the…

Study suggests more older women may benefit from bone drugs

Study suggests more older women may benefit from bone drugs

By Marilynn MarchioneThe Associated Press Tues., Oct. 2, 2018 A bone-strengthening drug given by IV every 18 months greatly lowered the risk of fracture in certain older women, a large…

Will USMCA affect Canada’s drug prices? Depends on what happens next

Will USMCA affect Canada’s drug prices? Depends on what happens next

As the winners and losers of the new trade deal between Canada, the U.S., and Mexico are being tallied up, one aspect of the agreement is prompting concerns over increased drug…

Health Canada issues warning on EpiPen devices

Health Canada issues warning on EpiPen devices

Heath Canada warned Friday that some EpiPen and EpiPen Jr auto-injector devices may not easily slide out of their carrier tube — a problem the agency says could delay or prevent emergency treatment, possibly…

Want to be happy in old age? Shut off the TV, get out of the house … and try to go on more social engagements than the doctor

Want to be happy in old age? Shut off the TV, get out of the house … and try to go on more social engagements than the doctor

By Stacey BurlingThe Philadelphia Inquirer Mon., Sept. 24, 2018 PHILADELPHIA — Joyce Abramson Sherman, 97, was among the first to reply to a reader call out in the Inquirer newspaper…

Siblings reunite using 23andMe

Siblings reunite using 23andMe

Justin was only two when he was abandoned on the steps of a theater in Seoul, South Korea, while his five year-old sister, Renee, was found the next day at…

Students weighed down by heavy backpacks, ‘text neck’

Students weighed down by heavy backpacks, ‘text neck’

Students’ heavy backpacks are a perennial problem, but the strain on children’s bodies has worsened in recent years, thanks to bad posture from texting and playing video games, according to…

23andMe Genetics Clubs Get Exclusive Screening of New Film

23andMe Genetics Clubs Get Exclusive Screening of New Film

By Marybie Arias, 23andMe Intern 23andMe welcomes Genetics Clubs in colleges across the country to an exclusive National Screening and Filmmaker Q&A with Sarah Lamm, the director of the new…

7 simple lessons from the world’s greatest Uber driver

7 simple lessons from the world’s greatest Uber driver

Do you Uber? I’m a bit addicted myself. I think I’ve probably taken an Uber two or three times a day for the past couple years. And every time, I…

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