Social Sciences - Jun 29
New study is the first to†examine the connection between socioeconomic status and opioid incidents in Canada†. By - A new study reveals a connection between poverty and opioid-related hospitalization, emergency department visits and deaths in Canada. From 2000 to 2017, Canada's poorest residents were 3.8 times more likely to die of opioid-related causes than Canada's richest residents.
Health - Jun 28

By having study participants inhale polarized xenon gas while inside the MRI, the researchers see in real-time the function of the 300'500 million tiny alveolar sacs, which are responsible for delivering oxygen to the blood.

Environment - Jun 27
Environment

At a Toronto Port Lands construction site on the city's waterfront, keen-eyed workers recently spotted plants that had sprouted from soil recently exposed by the removal of tonnes of earth.

Environment - Jun 28
Environment

As the world fights climate change, will the increasingly widespread use of artificial intelligence (AI) be a help or a hindrance?

Life Sciences - Jun 27
Life Sciences

In male mice, alcohol consumption in the weeks preceding conception affects the transcription of genes important for fetal development.

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