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Q&A with writer and director Michael McNamara

It was the diagnosis of a long-time friend — a successful professional in his 50s and father of three — that triggered Michael McNamara’s interest in ADHD. Until then, the…

Why Canadians with cystic fibrosis live 10 years longer than patients in U.S.

Why Canadians with cystic fibrosis live 10 years longer than patients in U.S.

Over the last two decades there’s been a big improvement in survival rates for people with cystic fibrosis, with patients in Canada living 10 years longer than those in the…

Farmer’s Market pecan butter tarts versus Annette’s glazed doughnuts. The better choice is so unCanadian

Skip Farmer’s Market pecan butter tarts 1 tart Calories: 360 Fat: 17 g Saturated fat: 6 g Sugar: 24 g Equivalent in calories to a Wendy’s grilled chicken sandwich (380…

23andMe Releases First-of-its Kind Genetic Weight Report

23andMe Releases First-of-its Kind Genetic Weight Report

Large scale genetic and non-genetic data plus machine learning, used to provide personalized portraits of how genes and lifestyle impact weight. Ed Note: The Genetic Weight report will be available…

Watch Full Movie Lion (2016)

Watch Full Movie Lion (2016)

Lion (2016) Full Movie Online Watch Free , English Subtitles Full HD, Free Movies Streaming , Free Latest Films. Quality : HD Title : Lion. Director : Garth Davis Release…

Sleepy Time

Sleepy Time

A warm glass of milk and the right genes may be the secret to a settled deep sleep, and better health. Your genetics are among many factors — like your…

New Research on the Shared Genetics of Autoimmune Disease and Allergies

New Research on the Shared Genetics of Autoimmune Disease and Allergies

In what researchers believe is the largest genome-wide association study ever done on the shared genetics of allergy and autoimmune diseases, scientists have identified genetic variants that influence risk for…

Change your perspective with Sky Walker: The Moves

If the dark days of winter and the dark side of the news have you feeling down, why not shift your perspective? Inverted yoga poses such as Headstand teach us…

Health charities rebrand in effort to stay relevant, counter cynicism

A major Canadian diabetes charity is the latest to announce a rebranding campaign, as the health charity sector faces pressure to stay relevant amid competition from crowdfunding sites.   On…

Botulism: What you need to know

Botulism: What you need to know

Botulism cases are rare in Canada but potentially serious. The culprit? A potent neurotoxin produced by Clostridium botulinum bacteria under certain conditions. This week, Loblaw Companies Ltd. expanded a recall…