FORA.tv (Feb. 13, 2013) Imagine a world free of genetic diseases, where parents control their offspring's height, eye color and intelligence. The science may be closer than you think. Genes interact in ways that we don't ... watch video
Xinhua News Agency (Nov. 24, 2012) It is scientifically proven that the sounds emitted by dolphins can benefit children with difficulties in socializing and having a good sleep.
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CBC (Apr. 11, 2013) As part of CBC's national health series Rate My Hospital, the majority of 740 registered nurses who responded to a survey about their experiences on the job in Alberta say they are overworked and ... watch video
Newsy (Feb. 20, 2014) German researchers claim to have identified the cause of chronic headaches. They say the more stress a person experiences, the greater the headaches.
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Washington Post (Jan. 21, 2015) Why are we uncomfortable when men cry? Why is it alright for women to show more emotion than men? PostTV talks with a psychology professor to find out where the genesis of the stigma comes from and ... watch video
Sep. 2, 2015 New research may help explain why drug treatments for addiction and depression don't work for some patients. The conditions are linked to reward and aversion responses in the ... read more
Sep. 2, 2015 Without understanding the 'referential function' of language (words as 'verbal labels', symbolizing other things) it is impossible to learn a language. Is this implicit knowledge already present ... read more
Sep. 1, 2015 In experiments in mice, researchers have added to evidence that certain so-called “volatile” anesthetics — commonly used during surgeries — may also possess powerful effects on the immune ... read more
Sep. 1, 2015 Researchers studied how different facets of forgiveness affected aging adults' feelings of depression. The researchers found older women who forgave others were less likely to report depressive ... read more
Apr. 6, 2015 What happens in the moments just before death is widely believed to be a slowdown of the body's systems as the heart stops beating and blood flow ends. But there's a brainstorm happening, ... read more
Oct. 7, 2014 The results of a four-year international study of 2060 cardiac arrest cases across 15 hospitals concludes the following. The themes relating to the experience of death appear far broader than what ... read more
Aug. 12, 2013 About 20 percent of cardiac arrest survivors report having a near death experience with visions and perceptions, but are the experiences real? A new study suggests the dying brain is capable of ... read more