AllerGen in the News: 2016

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MEDIA COVERAGE

2016

Lovers and Liars: CBC Radio series explores deception and devotion

CBC, 30-Dec-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

‘Clean’ beauty product trend just pseudo-science, say experts

Metro, 28-Dec-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Thumb-suckers, nail-biters less likely to develop allergies

Knowridge Science Reports, 18-Dec-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

The Good Bugs: Replacing the Microbes that Baby Misses in a C-Section Delivery

Allergic Living, 15-Dec-2016

Featured researcher: S. Turvey

 

The unintended consequence of Angelina Jolie’s viral breast cancer essay

Washington Post, 15-Dec-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

At last, scientists say they have solved the 1952 London fog mystery

Christian Science Monitor, 13-Dec-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

The U.S. is getting its act together on homeopathy. Your move, Canada

CBC, 11-Dec-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

New Zealand is paying for organ donations. Should Canada do the same?

CanTech Letter, 9-Dec-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Study Finds Outdoor Air Pollution Kills More Than 5 Million People Every Year

Digital Journal, 7-Dec-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Study Finds Outdoor Air Pollution Kills More Than 5 Million People Every Year, Shows Need for Industrial Air Filtration Solutions

BayStreet.ca, 5-Dec-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Fighting for the ‘right to try’: Terminally ill Canadians want legal right to access unproven treatments

Windsor Star, 5-Dec-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Can a bacon-butter ball diet actually work?

Toronto Star, 5-Dec-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Body cleanses can’t save you from holiday overeating

USA Today, 4-Dec-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

‘I’m going to die anyway’: Should terminally ill patients in Canada get ‘the right to try’?

Ottawa Citizen, 2-Dec-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Fighting for the ‘right to try’: Terminally ill Canadians want legal right to access unproven treatments

National Post, 2-Dec-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Is chocolate really good for you? UBC scientists make new tool to measure antioxidants

CBC, 2-Dec-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

How the family veto creates a grey zone around Canada’s organ donation policy

CBC, 1-Dec-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Is it possible to rid kids of milk allergies?

Montreal Families, Dec-2016

Featured researcher: B. Mazer, M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Health law expert warns of ‘pseudo-science’ after Alberta child deaths

CBC, 29-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

New consortium aims to build bridge between environmental, health data

Proud Green Building, 28-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: J. Brook

 

Immunotherapy Provides Potential Treatment for Food Allergies

Specialty Pharmacy Times, 28-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

Saturated Fats Linked to Heart Disease Once Again

MedPage Today, 28-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: S. Anand

 

Another study associating saturated fat with heart disease prompts calls for healthier dietary patterns

Food Navigator USA, 28-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: S. Anand

 

21st century snake oil: Rough week for homeopathy

barfblog, 27-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Homeopathic ‘treatments’ in the US must specify they don’t work

Tornos News, 25-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Heart disease risk similar for individual saturated fatty acids

medwireNews, 25-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: S. Anand

 

Petition to remove Deepak Chopra from Edmonton autism conference gets 800 signatures

Cantech Letter, 24-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Saturated fats link to heart disease ‘confirmed’

WebMD, 24-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: S. Anand

 

Heart disease: Consuming too much saturated fat may raise risk

Medical News Today, 24-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: S. Anand

 

Saturated Fats In Butter, Cheese And Chocolate Linked To Heart Disease In Large-Scale Study

Huffington Post, 24-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: S. Anand

 

Let them play in the mud – and get a dog

Cape Cod Times, 24-Nov-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

High intake of saturated fats linked to increased coronary heart disease risk

EurekAlert!, 23-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: S. Anand

 

New research consortium aims to build critical bridge between environmental and health data

UofT Engineering News, 22-Nov-2016

Featured researchers: J. Brook, G. Evans

 

Homeopathy Drugs Must Be Honest, Admit They Have ‘No Scientific Evidence The Product Works’

Counsel&Heal, 22-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Tell consumers homeopathy doesn’t work: US government orders producers

India Today, 22-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Mind healing: the psychological benefits of getting dirty

The Telegraph, 20-Nov-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Stop keeping your kids too clean for their own good!

Washington Post, 18-Nov-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Can DNA and blood tests reveal which foods are optimal for an individual’s health?

CMAJ, 16-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Homeopathic Medicines Will Carry Labels Saying They’re Unscientific

Slate, 16-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Depression during pregnancy is associated with abnormal brain structure in children

Science Daily, 15-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: N. Letourneau

 

How celebrities are bending the advertising rules in the social media age

CBC, 11-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Trump Could Reverse All US Emissions Legislation For Cars

Car Throttle, 10-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

New immunotherapy technique can eliminate allergic responses

Weyburn This Week, 6-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

Cell Therapy Seen as Potential Food Allergy, Asthma Cure

Allergic Living, 2-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

This new immunotherapy technique could prevent all kinds of food allergies

Science Alert, 2-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

“Personalized nutrition” isn’t going to solve our diet problems

Vox, 2-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

One-Time Allergy Treatment Reduces Anaphylactic Response by up to 90%

American Laboratories, 1-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

Canadian researchers develop potential treatment to reverse food allergies

Life Science Daily, 31-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

Canadian researchers may have found a cure for food allergies

CanTech Letter, 31-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

U of S scientists believe they have discovered cure for food allergies

Global News, 31-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

Best Books of 2016

Publishers Weekly, Oct-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C Arrieta

 

New Immunotherapy Technique May Cure Food Allergies

NDTV, 31-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

New immunotherapy technique may cure food allergies

Indian Express, 30-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

This immunotherapy technique can cure food allergies

Zee News, 30-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

‘Embodiment of pseudoscience’: Deepak Chopra bad choice for Edmonton autism conference says expert

CBC, 29-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

How is your city affecting your health?

CIHR, 11-Nov-2016

Featured researcher: J. Brook

 

Innovation Notebook: Curing Food Allergies

Hamilton Spectator, 28-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

New Immunotherapy Technique Holds Promise for Curing Food Allergies

Lab Manager, 28-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

New Immunotherapy Technique Eliminates Up To 90 Percent Of Anaphylactic Response In Food Allergies With Just One Treatment

Tech Times, 28-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

New Treatment Straight-Up Cures Food Allergies in Animals

Food & Wine, 27-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

This is potentially amazing news for people with food allergies

Yahoo News, 27-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

Peanut And Other Food Allergies Could Be Eliminated With New Treatment

Huffington Post, 27-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

New technique shows promise for therapeutic reversal of food allergies

News Medical, 27-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

New immunotherapy technique holds promise for curing food allergies

Science Daily, 26-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

New immunotherapy technique holds promise for curing food allergies

University of Saskatchewan News, 26-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: J. Gordon

 

Feds can’t overlook health risks of Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion: experts

Global News, 26-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: T. Takaro

 

Doctors call for health impact study of Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion

CKNW, 26-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: T. Takaro

 

Doctors call on federal government to conduct Cumulative Health Impact Assessment on Kinder Morgan pipeline proposal

Edmonton Journal, 26-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: T. Takaro

 

Survey: Asthma Not Well-Controlled for Most Canadians

Edmonton Journal, 25-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: P. O’Byrne

 

Children need microbes — not antibiotics — to develop immunity, scientists say

Toronto Star, 20-Oct-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Ben Stiller did more harm than good by talking about his prostate cancer

Irish Times, 18-Oct-2016

Featured researchers: T. Caulfield

 

Ben Stiller’s plea for controversial early prostate cancer screening has experts fearing ‘Jolie effect’

National Post, 6-Oct-2016

Featured researchers: T. Caulfield

 

Ben Stiller’s misguided prostate cancer recommendations aren’t based on evidence

Health News Review, 5-Oct-2016

Featured researchers: T. Caulfield

 

Why letting children play in the mud can make them healthier

Belfast Telegraph, 5-Oct-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

When Thumb-Sucking Doesn’t Suck

Daily Rx News, 4-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Letting kids get dirty and messy has lifelong health benefits

Irish News, 4-Oct-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

New Book Details the Dirty Business of Raising Kids

MEDPAGE Today, 4-Oct-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

McMaster study to examine whether nosodes work as vaccine alternative

Globe & Mail, 3-Oct-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Exposing children to microbes ‘good for their health’

Irish Examiner, 2-Oct-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Let Them Eat Dirt (radio interview)

KEXP FM, 1-Oct-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Why grubby fingers means healthy kids – good advice for parents

NW Evening Mail, 30-Sep-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Early exposure to germs ‘gives children the best immune start to life’

NW Evening News, 30-Sep-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Dirty, healthy kids: Why mud pies are good for your kids

Times Free Press, 30-Sep-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Washing Your Clothes is now an Environmental Concern

Costa Rica News, 30-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: M. Diamond

 

Innovation Notebook

Hamilton Spectator, 28-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: J. Denburg

 

Let Your Kids Eat Dirt

Food & Wine, 26-Sep-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Let the Children Eat Dirt

Lifezette, 26-Sep-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Five Dirty Habits To Encourage Beneficial Microbes In Your Child

Huffington Post, 26-Sep-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Snap, crackle and filth – let kids eat dirt

Guardian, 24-Sep-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Getting the Dirt on Microbes and Our Health

Wall Street Journal, 22-Sep-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

New Book Says Letting Kids Get Dirty Actually Makes Them Healthier

WBUR, 22-Sep-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Authors of ‘Let Them Eat Dirt’ Say Shielding Kids From Dirt May Not Make Them Healthier

ABC News, 22-Sep-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Relax, parents, and put away the sanitizer: It’s good to let kids get a little dirty

Ottawa Citizen, 21-Sep-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Five Dirty Habits to Encourage in Your Kid

TIME, 20-Sep-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay<, M-C. Arrieta/p>

 

Relax, parents, and put away the sanitizer: It’s good to let kids get a little dirty

National Post, 20-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

Babies Have a Microbial Window of Opportunity

Scientific American, 19-Sep-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Kids more vulnerable to toxic chemicals in household dust

New Kerala, 19-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: M. Diamond

 

Give the tiny organisms within our bodies a chance to protect us long term

Business Day Live, 18-Sep-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Are skin serums miracle workers or the purest distillation of beauty industry BS?

Guardian, 16-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Our air quality won’t improve until this one thing happens

South China Morning Post, 16-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Get Your Children Good and Dirty

Wall Street Journal, 15-Sep-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C Arrieta

 

New study highlights health hazards of household dust

Toronto Star, 15-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: M. Diamond

 

Discovery May Lead to New Treatments for Crohn’s Disease

Specialty Pharmacy Times, 15-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny

 

New Crohn’s disease treatments could be on the horizon

Fox News, 15-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny

 

UBC prof says stop washing your hands (so much)

Ubyssesy, 15-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

Fact-checking the Trump – Oz health sitdown

HealthNewsReview, 14-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

New discovery made in Crohn’s disease research

WWLP, 14-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny

 

Health Canada announces stricter regulations for natural medicine

Brock Press, 13-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

New research aims to make the battle against Crohn’s disease easier

The Ubyssesy, 13-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny

 

McGill University Health Centre Finds Cures for Life-Threatening Dairy Allergies

McGill Tribune, 13-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: B. Mazer

 

Neonatal Gut Bacteria Might Promote Asthma

The Scientist, 12-Sep-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C Arrieta

 

New Crohn’s treatment could save sufferers from crippling symptoms

Wakefield Express, 12-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny

 

Desensitization program helping end kids’ life-threatening milk allergies

CTV, 12-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: B. Mazer, M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Stem-cell clinics face new scrutiny from federal regulators

Washington Post, 12-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Dish the spartan list of superfoods, No shortcuts in weight loss

Guardian, 11-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Are Naturopaths Fooling Themselves?

Science 2.0, 10-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Montreal Children’s Hospital taming milk allergies one drop at a time

Montreal Gazette, 9-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: B. Mazer, M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Be wary of clinics offering stem-cell treatment

Globe & Mail, 9-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Health Canada to change standards for natural health products

Globe & Mail, 9-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

La désensibilisation orale fait ses preuves

le Devoir, 9-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: B. Mazer

 

Allergies: la désensibilisation orale fait ses preuves

985 FM, 9-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: B. Mazer

 

Patients without borders: Medical tourism trade show comes to Ottawa

Ottawa Citizen, 8-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Allergies graves: Léa peut rêver d’une crème glacée

la Tribune, 8-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: B. Mazer

 

Feu vert à une clinique pour traiter les allergies graves chez les enfants

la Presse, 8-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: B. Mazer , P. Bégin

 

MUHC has some hope for children with milk allergies

CJAD, 8-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: B. Mazer

 

Nueva esperanza para el tratamiento de la enfermedad de Crohn

imMedico, 7-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny

 

Hormone receptor a potential target in Crohn’s therapy

Fierce Biotech, 7-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny

 

New Discovery Could Aid Patients Suffering from Crohn’s Disease

Nature World News, 7-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny

 

New Crohn’s treatment discovered by scientists

The Star, 6-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny, B. Lo

 

Treatment to save Crohn’s disease sufferers like Strictly star Anastacia from surgery found

The Sun, 5-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny, B. Lo

 

New genetic link offers hope for Crohn’s patients

ummid, 5-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny, B. Lo

 

Breakthrough treatment could save Crohn’s disease sufferers from diarrhoea and severe pain

Express, 5-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny, B. Lo

 

Malattia di Crohn: trovato un collegamento genetico che potrebbe portare a una nuova terapia

Diario del Web, 5-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny, B. Lo

 

Des tests génétiques pour détecter les troubles du spectre de l’alcoolisation foetale

RCI , 5-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: M. Kobor

 

Celebrities and their lucrative lifestyle advice

stuff, 4-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Les troubles de l’alcoolisation foetale pourraient être diagnostiqués plus tôt

La Presse, 4-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: M. Kobor

 

Des diagnostics hâtifs pour les troubles du spectre de l’alcoolisation foetale bientôt possibles?

Le Huffington Post Quebec, 4-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: M. Kobor

 

Researchers uncover genetic effects of prenatal alcohol

The Citizen, 4-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: M. Kobor

 

UBC-led study makes key fetal alcohol spectrum disorder discovery

Globe & Mail, 4-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: M. Kobor

 

UBC-led researchers uncover genetic effects of FASD

CBC, 4-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: M. Kobor

 

Researchers uncover genetic effects of prenatal alcohol exposure

CTV News, 4-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: M. Kobor

 

Researchers uncover genetic effects of prenatal alcohol exposure

New Hamburg Independent, 4-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: M. Kobor

 

Researchers uncover genetic effects of prenatal alcohol exposure

Hamilton Spectator, 4-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: M. Kobor

 

New genetic link offers hope for Crohn’s patients

Times of India, 4-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny, B. Lo

 

What are the genetic effects of prenatal alcohol exposure?

The Province, 3-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: M. Kobor

 

Can fruit help babies’ brains?

Daily Mail, 3-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

How Oh She Glows author Angela Liddon does it

Toronto Star, 3-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Private Sydney: Pete Evans the latest celebrity to dispense lifestyle advice

Sydney Morning Herald, 3-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Parents should let their kids eat dirt. Here are the reasons why

Global News, 3-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

Crohn’s disease: Potential treatment to prevent fibrosis uncovered

Medical News Today, 3-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny, B. Lo

 

Malattia di Crohn: scoperto bersaglio che apre a nuove cure

MeteoWeb, 3-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny, B. Lo

 

New hope for new Crohn’s disease treatment

Science Daily, 2-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny, B. Lo

 

El bloqueo de un único receptor podría prevenir la fibrosis en la enfermedad de Crohn

ABC, 2-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny

 

Crohn’s disease patients given hope a cure could be found

iNews, 2-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny, B. Lo

 

New discovery could potentially lead to treatments for Crohn’s disease

News Medical, 2-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny, B. Lo

 

Crohn’s Disease Treatment: Mice Study Finds Mutation That Prevents Fibrosis

Medical Daily, 2-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny, B. Lo

 

Discovery offers hope for new Crohn’s disease treatment

International Business Times, 2-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny, B. Lo

 

Consiguen detener la fibrosis propia del Crohn en ratones

El Mundo, 2-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny, B. Lo

 

Discovery offers hope for new Crohn’s disease treatment

Eureka Alert, 2-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny, B. Lo

 

Discovery offers hope for new Crohn’s disease treatment

Medical Xpress, 2-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny, B. Lo

 

Discovery offers hope for new Crohn’s disease treatment

UBC News, 2-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: K. McNagny, B. Lo

 

EXPERTS SAY THAT EATING THIS ONE FOOD WHILE PREGNANT COULD MAKE YOUR BABY SMARTER

M2WOMAN, 2-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Study Says Eating Fruit During Pregnancy May Boost Baby’s Intelligence

Growing your Baby, 1-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

All About Ragweed: Signs, Symptoms and Avoidance

Allergic Living, 1-Sep-2016

Featured researcher: A. Ellis

 

Eating fruit while pregnant could make your baby smarter

CBC, 31-Aug-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Eating Fruits During Pregnancy Associated with Increased IQ in Infants, Experts Say

Parent Herald, 31-Aug-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Moms-to-Be, Don’t Skip the Fruit — It Might Make Your Baby Smarter

Good Housekeeping, 30-Aug-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Eating Fruit While Pregnant May Boost Your Baby’s Intelligence

Wall Street Journal, 29-Aug-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

UBC microbiologist says parents should ease up on war against bacteria

Globe and Mail, 25-Aug-2016

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

These new stem cell treatments are expensive — and unproven

Los Angeles Times, 19-Aug-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Food Intolerance vs. Food Allergies

Roundhouse Radio, 18-Aug-2016

Featured researcher: S. Elliott

 

Food intolerances are ruining things for people with allergies

CBC, 14-Aug-2016

Featured researcher: S. Elliott

 

How The Placebo Effect Could Boost An Olympic Performance

NPR, 14-Aug-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

It’s time to call a halt to celebrity cupping

Irish Times, 13-Aug-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Ne pas avoir d’allergie, bientôt «une exception»

La Presse, 12-Aug-2016

Featured researcher: B. Mazer

 

Let your kids play in the dirt: UBC research

News 1130, 10-Aug-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Why your kids should play in the dirt

UBC Science News, 10-Aug-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

How your washing machine could be damaging fertility

Telegraph, 10-Aug-2016

Featured researcher: M. Diamond

 

A Surprising Way Laundry Adds Flame Retardants to Surface Waters

Newswise, 10-Aug-2016

Featured researcher: M. Diamond

 

‘Very little evidence to support it’: Why some scientists give cupping a poor score

CBC, 10-Aug-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Michael Phelps does cupping — is it something worth paying for?

MarketWatch, 10-Aug-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Artificial Sweeteners

Catalyst – ABC, 9-Aug-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Why the Olympics Are an ‘International Festival of Sports Pseudoscience’

Motherboard, 8-Aug-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Waiter arrested after serving seafood to man with allergy

TVO, 8-Aug-2016

Featured researcher: S. Elliott

 

Quebec restaurant incident shows need to take food allergies seriously

Globe & Mail, 5-Aug-2016

Featured researchers: A. Becker, S. Elliott

 

$74 Million AllerGen Network Aims to Press Ahead with Research

Allergic Living, 4-Aug-2016

Featured researchers: M. Sears

 

Father to daughter: I don’t need to Purell before holding my grandchild

Chicago Tribune, 3-Aug-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay

 

Turns out, carbon-financed cookstoves not that eco-friendly

Business Standard, 28-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Stem Cell Therapies Are Still Mostly Theory, Yet Clinics Are Flourishing

New York Times, 28-July-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Carbon-financed cookstove fails to deliver hoped-for benefits in the field

Science Daily, 27-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Why do Canada’s children lag so far behind?

TroyMedia, 26-July-2016

Featured researcher: N. Letourneau

 

High Court: A Sanctuary of ‘Intelligent Leisure’ for Urban Elites

Bloomburg, 25-July-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Can this woman cure ageing with gene therapy?

Guardian, 24-July-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

GIVING LUNG HEALTH EXPLORATION AND DISCOVERY NEW 3D-PRINTED LIFE

VCHRI News, 22-July-2016

Featured researcher: J. Hirota

 

Mercury levels enough to impact Ontario children’s brain development: report

Hamilton Spectator, 18-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Diamond

 

Alkaline diet a bit basic, experts say

Toronto Star, 18-July-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Doctors slam advice served up by chef Pete Evans and his celebrity chums

Sydney Morning Herald, 17-July-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Thumb-sucking and Nail-Biting May Prevent Some Allergies

Allergic Living, 14-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Sucer son pouce et ronger ses ongles ont leurs bons côtés

ICI Radio Canada, 14-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb-sucking reduces risk for allergies: study

Radio Canada International, 14-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb-sucking, nail-biting may prevent allergies

Columbus Dispatch, 14-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Kids who suck their thumbs less likely to get allergies, study finds

Toronto Star, 13-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb-sucking kids less likely to develop allergies: Study

Metro, 13-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Biting Your Nails Could Benefit Your Health In One Weird Way

ELLE (Australia), 12-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

That New Study Linking Nail Biting To Fewer Allergies Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Does

Huffington Post, 12-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Allergies less common in kids who suck thumbs, bite nails

Chicago Tribune, 12-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

New Study Says Nail Biting and Thumb Sucking May Be a Good Thing

New York Metro, 12-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Good news, parents: Your kids’ nail-biting and thumb-sucking could lead to lower allergy risk

New York Daily News, 12-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Kids who suck their thumbs and bite their nails have ‘fewer allergies’ later in life: study

Global News, 12-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb-suckers and nail-biters less likely to have allergies

Times of Malta, 12-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb-sucking, nail biting kids will develop fewer allergies: Study

Business Standard, 12-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

NZ study finds nail biting and thumb sucking can prevent allergies

The Australian, 12-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb-sucking may prevent allergies in later life – study

Radio New Zealand, 12-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb Sucking And Nail Biting In Children Not Proven To Prevent Allergies, NHS Analysis Confirms

Huffington Post UK, 12-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb-sucking and nail biting can actually keep allergies at bay: Study

Indian Express, 12-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Children who suck their thumbs less prone to allergies: Study

Jakarta Post, 12-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

THUMB-SUCKERS AND NAIL-BITERS HAVE ‘FEWER ALLERGIES’

Radio Pakistan, 12-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Letting your child suck their thumb could stop them developing allergies

Wired, 12-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb-suckers have fewer allergies later in life

New Zealand Herald, 12-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

The IV therapy myth

National Post, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

The scientific community can’t ignore celebrity culture

Slate, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Thumb-sucking, nail-biting can actually keep allergies at bay

The Statesman, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Sucer son pouce, se ronger les ongles: les enfants moins sensibles aux allergies

LE JOURNAL DE MONTRÉAL, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Nail-Biting Could Prime the Immune System

Gastroenterology & Endoscopy News, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb Suckers Boost Controversial, Unproven Theory

Discover, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb-Suckers and Nail-Biters May Develop Fewer Allergies

Good Housekeeping, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

The Scientific Defense of Nail-Biting That Nail-Biters Have Been Waiting For

New York Magazine, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb-sucking and nail-biting might prevent allergies

Washington Post, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb-suckers, nail-biters less likely to develop allergies: study

Globe & Mail, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Nail-biting and thumb-sucking kids may have fewer allergies

SFGate, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Scientists Discover One Surprising Possible Benefit Of Thumb-Sucking And Nail-Biting

Forbes, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Children who suck their thumb or bite their nails ‘less likely to develop adult allergies’

Mirror, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Study: Nail-Biters, Thumb-Suckers Have Fewer Allergies

The Scientist, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb suckers and nail biters less susceptible to allergies: study

CBC, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Study: Thumb Sucking and Nail Biting in Children May Help Allergies

Yahoo News, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Bad habits in children can encourage good health later, say researchers

Guardian, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

These “bad” habits may have surprising health benefits for kids

CBS News, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Study: Thumb-sucking May Be Good For Kids’ Health

CBS, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb suckers and nail biters develop fewer allergies later in life: Study

Hamilton Spectator, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Could kids’ thumb-sucking, nail-biting offer benefits?

CNN, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Study: Thumbsucking, nail biting may keep allergies at bay

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb-sucking and nail-biting children show fewer allergies

Science Focus, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Children with dirty habits less likely to have allergies

The Times, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb sucking and nail biting children develop ‘fewer allergies’

Manchester Evening News, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Could kids’ thumb-sucking, nail-biting offer benefits?

Fox 13, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Children with DIRTY HABITS less likely to get allergies, shock study says

Express, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Allergies Less Common in Kids Who Suck Thumb, Bite Nails

US News & World Report, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb-Sucking, Nail-Biting Kids May Have Lower Allergy Risk

Scientific American, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Nail-biting kids have less allergies

Times of India, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

The benefits of biting your nails or sucking your thumb according to science

International Business Times, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Biting Your Nails May Help Your Allergies

TIME, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Children who suck their thumb and bite their nails are less likely to get allergies, study finds

Independent, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb-suckers and nail-biters have ‘fewer allergies’

BBC, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Children who bite their nails or suck their thumb cut their risk of developing an allergy as an adult by a fifth

Mail Online, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb sucking, nail biting in children may be protective against allergies

Today, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Bite nails, ward off allergies – study

NewsHub, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb-suckers and nail biters may get fewer allergies

Sunday World, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb-sucking and nail-biting have a positive side

EurekAlert!, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb Suckers and Nail Biters May Develop Fewer Allergies

New York Times (blog), 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Children who suck their thumbs and bite their nails suffer fewer allergies, study finds

Telegraph, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb-suckers could have less allergies, study shows

Stuff.co, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb Suckers And Nail Biters May Get Far Fewer Allergies

Huffington Post, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Biting your nails and sucking your thumb can reduce your risk of allergies

iNews, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Could kids’ thumb-sucking, nail-biting offer benefits?

WQAD, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Thumb-Sucking, Nail Biting Kids May Have Lower Allergy Risk

Live Science, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Childhood exposure to microbes through thumb-sucking, nail-biting may lower risk of allergies

News Medical, 11-July-2016

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Researchers develop new respiratory disease test

Laboratory Product News, 6-July-2016

Featured researcher: D. Adamko

 

Alberta’s 50 Most Influential People of 2016

Alberta Venture, 4-July-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Timothy Caulfield discredits the cult of celebrity one research paper at a time

Alberta Venture, 4-July-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Unproven Stem Cell Treatments Offer Hope but Also Severe Risks

Healthline, 1-July-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

American ‘Stem Cell Tourists’ Don’t Have To Travel Abroad, Study Says

KHN, 1-July-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Stem cell ‘cure’ gives him tumour

Straits Times, 1-July-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Why your kids should eat dirt

MarketWatch, 30-June-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

U.S. overlooked in debate over ‘stem-cell tourism’

Toronto Star, 30-June-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Drive to get more patients experimental stem cell treatments stirs concern

STAT, 30-June-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

New Respiratory Disease Test to Be Developed by the University of Saskatchewan

Biotechnology Focus, 22-June-2016

Featured researcher: D. Adamko

 

New Respiratory Disease Test to Be Developed by the University of Saskatchewan

Market Wired, 22-June-2016

Featured researcher: D. Adamko

 

A Cautionary Tale of ‘Stem Cell Tourism’

New York Times, 22-June-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

OVER 500 STUDIES ON COFFEE HAVE BEEN CONDUCTED SINCE 2010

Chronicle Council, 19-June-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Deluge of studies leaves coffee lovers dizzy

CBC, 18-June-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Designer babies: new prenatal test raises ethical concerns

CBC, 15-June-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Why It’s So Hard to Determine If Food and Drinks Cause Cancer

Motherboard, 15-June-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Sit ups won’t help your spare tire: 3 belly fat myths busted

Metro, 13-June-2016

Featured researcher: S. Anand

 

Is your growing belly fat a health concern?

Toronto Star, 13-June-2016

Featured researcher: S. Anand

 

Personalized medicine for child health is a distraction

University Affairs, 13-June-2016

Featured researcher: N. Letourneau

 

New pediatric respiratory test could be a game-changer

U of S News, 11-June-2016

Featured researcher: D. Adamko

 

New CNTRP paper by Tim Caulfield and Core 1 team argues that legal reform in Canada may help curb organ transplant tourism

CNTRP, 8-June-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

‘Quackademic’ health research must have no place at University of Alberta

Edmonton Journal, 6-June-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Law reform in Canada may help curb organ transplant tourism

Medical XPress, 6-June-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Spoon-bending workshop, widely ridiculed online, pulled by university

CBC News, 3-June-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

U of A cancels spoon-bending workshop criticized as ‘bunk science’

CTV News, 3-June-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Digital health intervention does not reduce participants’ MI risk score at 12 months

CardioVascular Business, 3-June-2016

Featured researcher: S. Anand

 

Moodyville air quality study warrants closer look

North Shore News, 3-June-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Consume lots of fruits during pregnancy to have smart kids!

Zee News, 3-June-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

‘Spoon bending’ workshop for doctors withdrawn at University of Alberta

CBC News, 2-June-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Professor Timothy Caulfield Honoured with 2016 CAFA Distinguished Academic Award

UAlberta News, 1-June-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

The Amazing Link Between Your Baby’s IQ & How Much Fruit You Ate While Pregnant

The Stir, 1-June-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Eating fruit while pregnant ‘leads to smarter babies’

Fresh Produce Journal, 1-June-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Upping fruit intake during pregnancy could make your child smarter

Consumer Affairs, 1-June-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Digital health intervention fails to lower MI risk in South Asians

Helio, 31-May-2016

Featured researcher:S. Anand

 

Mercury can be cleaned from river, says report

Chronicle Journal, 31-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Diamond

 

Heat Sickness

Student Science, 31-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Can Fruits Magically Make Genius Babies?

Parent Herald, 31-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Want a smarter baby? What scientists suggest you eat during pregnancy

Global News, 31-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Moms to be, eat fruits for intelligent babies

NewsX, 29-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

New Research Finds Eating Fruit During Pregnancy Could Make Your Child Smarter

Romper, 29-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Eating Fruits During Pregnancy May Boost Child’s IQ

Tech Times, 29-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Eating fruit during pregnancy linked to higher IQ in children

Sun Daily, 27-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Eat fruits during pregnancy to have smarter kids

Business Standard, 27-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Eating fruit during pregnancy linked to higher IQ in children

Times Live, 27-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Eat fruits during pregnancy for smarter kids: study

Siasat Daily, 27-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Eat fruits during pregnancy for smarter kids: study

Deccan Chronicle, 27-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Pregnant women who eat fruits give birth to bright babies – Study

The Star (Kenya), 26-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Why you should eat fruit while pregnant

NZ Herald, 26-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Pregnant moms who consume more fruit give birth to children who perform better developmentally, study finds

Journal Sentinal, 26-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Moms-to-be, eat fruits for intelligent babies

Times of India, 26-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Eating fruit while pregnant helps baby’s cognitive development, study says

UPI, 26-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Gwyneth Paltrow and the Fear-Based Women’s Media

Breitbart, 26-May-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Eat fruits during pregnancy to have smarter kids

Business Standard, 26-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Eating fruit during pregnancy could make your child smarter

Telegraph, 26-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Study: Eating Six or Seven Servings of Fruit a Day During Pregnancy Can Boosts Babies’ Cognitive Development

Nature World News, 26-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Eat fruits during pregnancy to have smarter kids

Odisha Sun Times, 26-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Eat fruits during pregnancy to have smarter kids

The Free Press Journal, 26-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Bambini più intelligenti se la mamma mangia frutta

Diario del Web, 26-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Infants whose mothers eat lots of fruit while pregnant score better on tests: Study

Edmonton Sun, 25-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Eating fruit beneficial to pregnant women

CJOB, 25-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Want intelligent children? Eat FRUIT during pregnancy

Daily Mail, 25-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Prenatal fruit consumption boosts babies’ cognitive development

Science Daily, 25-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Eating fruit beneficial to pregnant women

CHED, 25-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Prenatal fruit consumption boosts babies’ cognitive development

EurekAlert, 25-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

An apple a day…

University of Alberta News, 25-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Akrabkan Anak dengan Susu dan Kacang untuk Cegah Alergi

CNN Indonesia, 25-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, M. Sears

 

Ezért ne igyon édesítőszeres üdítőt terhesség alatt

MNO, 25-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Un estudio sugiere que consumir bebidas de dieta durante el embarazo podría generar obesidad infantil

Hoy, 25-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Exposing Kids to Milk and Peanuts Could Prevent Allergies Later in Life

Food & Wine, 24-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, M. Sears

 

Dieta com alergênicos reduz risco de criança virar alérgica, diz estudo

Globo, 24-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Tran

 

Gare aux boissons «diète» durant la grossesse

La Presse, 24-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

How To Take Charge Of Your Spring Allergies

Huffington Post, 24-May-2016

Featured researcher: S. Waserman

 

La incorporación temprana de ciertos alimentos previene la alergia en niños

Economia y Negocios, 23-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Tran

 

Pipeline review exemptions a ‘travesty’: expert

24 Hours, 23-May-2016

Featured researcher: T. Takaro

 

Mogelijk verband tussen fruitinname zwangeren en IQ baby’s

AGF, 23-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Allergy risk in children reduced by giving certain foods to babies early on

Bel Marra Health, 22-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, M. Sears

 

Early Introduction of Allergenic Foods Reduces Risk of Food Sensitization

Lab Manager, 20-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, M. Sears

 

Dar ciertos alimentos pronto podría reducir el riesgo de alergia

La Prensa, 20-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, M. Sears

 

3 alimentos que causan alergia en bebés

SuMedico, 20-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, M. Sears

 

Giving Babies Cow’s Milk, Eggs, Peanuts Early Cuts Their Future Full-blown Allergy Risk- Study

Health Newsline, 20-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, M. Sears

 

Lakukan Ini Untuk Mencegah Anak Alergi

Nakita, 20-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Tran

 

Bebidas con endulzantes artificiales durante el embarazo causarían obesidad al bebé

Informe 21, 20-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Dar ciertos alimentos a los bebés reduciría el riesgo de alergia

Univision, 20-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, M. Sears

 

Trẻ IQ cao hơn nếu mẹ ăn nhiều trái cây khi mang thai

Phunu News, 20-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Early introduction of certain foods could prevent allergy development

Globe & Mail, 19-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, S. Turvey

 

Giving babies foods like peanuts before age one cuts risk of sensitization: study

National Post, 19-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, S. Turvey

 

Early introduction of allergenic foods reduces risk of food sensitisation

South China Morning Post, 19-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Tran

 

ATS: Feeding Infants Certain Foods Early May Cut Allergy Risk

DoctorsLounge, 19-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Tran

 

Intake of artificial sweeteners during pregnancy may increase infant BMI

Healio, 19-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Could diet drinks make your baby overweight?

Irish Times, 19-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Edulcorants et grossesse : un risque de surpoids chez l’enfant ?

La Depeche, 19-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

若要降低孩子过敏风险 哪些食物需早吃?

China Press, 19-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Tran

 

Alergias alimentarias: ¿es beneficiosa la introducción temprana de alimentos?

INFOSALUS.COM, 19-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, M. Sears

 

加拿大研究:宝宝高智商与妈妈怀孕吃很多水果有关

NDTV, 19-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Giving Certain Foods Early May Cut Allergy Risk

Philly.com, 18-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, M. Sears

 

Dar alimentos alergênicos a bebês reduz risco de futuras alergias

O Globo, 18-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, M. Sears

 

Zo bescherm je je kind tegen voedselallergie

EOSwetenschap, 18-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Tran

 

Give babies allergenic foods earlier: study

Hamilton Community News, 18-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, S. Turvey

 

Give babies allergenic foods earlier: study

Hamilton Spectator, 18-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, S. Turvey

 

Giving babies foods like peanuts before age one cuts risk of sensitization: study

Waterloo Region Record, 18-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, S. Turvey

 

Exposing babies to foods like peanuts could cut allergy risk: study

CTV News, 18-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, S. Turvey

 

Giving babies foods like peanuts before age one cuts risk of sensitization: study

City News, 18-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, S. Turvey

 

Giving Babies Food Early, Not Late, May Be Best Way to Avoid Allergy

Health Magazines, 18-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, M. Sears

 

Giving Certain Foods Early May Cut Allergy Risk

WebMD, 18-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, M. Sears

 

Babies fed peanuts, milk, eggs before age one less likely to develop sensitization: Study

Metro, 18-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, S. Turvey

 

Early introduction of allergenic foods reduces risk of food sensitization

EurekAlert, 18-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, M. Sears

 

Egg, Milk, And Peanut Allergies Can Be Prevented By Adding All 3 Foods To An Infant’s Diet Before Age 1

Medical Daily, 18-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Tran

 

INFANTS FED PEANUT, EGG, AND MILK WERE LESS LIKELY TO DEVELOP SENSITIZATION TO THE FOODS

Newsweek, 18-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Tran

 

Give babies allergenic foods earlier: study

Simcoe.com, 18-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, S. Turvey

 

Early introduction of allergenic foods reduces risk of food sensitization, study suggests

Science Daily, 18-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, M. Sears

 

Giving babies foods like peanuts before age one cuts risk of sensitization: study

Chronicle Journal, 18-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, S. Turvey

 

Give babies allergenic foods earlier: study

York Region, 18-May-2016

Featured researchers: M. Tran, S. Turvey

 

Babies fed cow’s milk, eggs, peanuts less likely to develop sensitivities to them: study

Toronto Star, 18-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Tran

 

Digital health intervention does not lower heart attack risk

MedicalXpress, 18-May-2016

Featured researcher: S. Anand

 

Notable & Quotable: Gwyneth Paltrow and Science

Wall Street Journal, 18-May-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

More fruit during pregnancy linked to high IQ in babies: Canadian study

CTV News, 18-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Giving babies foods like peanuts before age one cuts risk of sensitization: study

Ottawa Citizen, 18-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Tran

 

Skip the Fake Sugars While Pregnant

EndocrineWeb, 17-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Stem Cell Rules Tackle Human Embryo Editing

The Scientist, 17-May-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Genetic testing bill perpetuates myths and fears

Globe & Mail, 17-May-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

PEOPLE IN PROFILE: MIN HYUNG RYU

VCHRI, 16-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. H. Ryu

 

4 Surprising Foods That Affect Your Baby During and After Pregnancy

Vogue, 16-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Children’s Hospital Welcomes Respirology Specialist

Saskatoon Homepage, 16-May-2016

Featured researcher: D. Adamko

 

Artificial Sweeteners During Pregnancy Linked to Childhood Obesity

MedicalResearch.com, 15-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Stop hyping stem cell science, scientists in the field say

Chicago Tribune, 15-May-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Studies touted as breakthroughs aren’t always what they seem

Globe & Mail, 15-May-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

There’s a reason why you do juice cleanses even though they don’t work

Her, 15-May-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

What Happens If You Drink Soft Drinks During Pregnancy?

BoldSky, 14-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Anak Bisa Obesitas karena Ibu Konsumsi Minuman Diet Saat Hamil, Benarkah?

wolipop, 14-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Elsewhere in Science: Big ideas, science hype, and more

Science, 13-May-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Edmonton prof helps pen stem-cell rules warning against overhype

Edmonton Journal, 13-May-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

International Stem Cell Guidelines Revised, Expanded

Bloomberg, 13-May-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Study suggests fake sweetener link to infant size, obesity

Times Live, 13-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Asthma Society of Canada Announces 3rd Recipient of the Bastable-Potts Asthma Research Award

McMaster Daily News, 13-May-2016

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When we hype our science, discoveries are diminished

Globe & Mail, 12-May-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Stop Hyping Stem Cell Science, Say Stem Cell Scientists

Bloomberg, 12-May-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Science hype is too common. Stem cell researchers say it needs to stop.

Vox, 12-May-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Stem Cells are Dangerously Overhyped, Warn Researchers

Motherboard, 12-May-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Artificial Sweeteners and Beverages during Pregnancy May Make Infants Heavier

News Everyday, 12-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad


Research suggests fake sweetener link to infant size and obesity

China Post, 12-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad


Artificial sweeteners linked to overweight babies

Food Navigator, 12-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 


Engordarían con sustitutos de azúcar

Diario de Yucatan, 12-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Diet Soda in Pregnancy Is Linked to Overweight Babies

New York Times (blog), 11-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial sweeteners in pregnancy linked to fatter babies; new study shows

Canada Journal, 11-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial sweeteners should be avoided during pregnancy, study says

Dispatch Tribunal, 11-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Pregnant? Maybe hold the soft drinks

Asia One, 11-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Kunstmatige zoetstoffen toch niet zo goed voor de lijn?

DeMorgan, 11-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Why women should avoid sugary drinks during pregnancy

NDTV, 11-May-2016

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Los efectos negativos de usar endulzantes artificiales

El Observador, 11-May-2016

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Sweetener link to infant size, obesity

The Citizen, 11-May-2016

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Sugary drinks in pregnancy can make infants fat

The Indian Express, 11-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Moms Beware! Diet Drinks Result In Overweight Babies, Says Study

Counsel & Heal, 11-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial Sweeteners Linked To Foetus Weight Gain

Health Aim, 11-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study Links Artificial Sweeteners During Pregnancy to Heavier Babies

My Precious Arrival, 11-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Avoid drinking sugary beverages during pregnancy. They can make infants fat

The Health Site, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Diet Sodas Take Another Hit

CSP Daily News, 10-May-2016

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Sugary drinks in pregnancy can make infants fat

News Karnataka, 10-May-2016

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Study suggests fake sweetener link to infant size, obesity

Daily Star (Lebanon), 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Could Diet Drinks Make Your Baby Fat?

KWWL, 10-May-2016

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Diet Drinks in Pregnancy May Increase Obesity Risk for Kids

Money Talks News, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Are You Making The Diet Mistake That Could Make Your Kids Overweight For Life?

Cosmopolitan, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial Sweeteners & Pregnancy

KDRV, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Is There a Link Between Artificially Sweetened Beverages and Infant BMI?

Daily Meal, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

The Case Against Artificial Sweeteners Is Getting Stronger

TIME, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Pregnancy & Obesity: Mom’s Diet Soda Drinking Habit Could Produce Overweight Babies, Study Reveals

University Herald, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Could Mom’s Diet Soda Habit Make Her Kids Fat?

WFMY News, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Drinking artificially sweetened beverages during pregnancy linked to infant obesity: study

ecns/Sci-Tech, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Pregnant women may put on weight by consuming artificial sweet beverages

Web India 123, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Maken zoetstoffen baby’s dikker?

eoswetenschap, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Consuming artificially sweetened drinks during pregnancy linked to increased infant weight

The Comment, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

SWEETENERS LINKED TO INFANT SIZE AND OBESITY: CANADIAN STUDY

ECanadaNow, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Could Diet Drinks Make Your Baby Fat?

SinemaBlaze, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Diet soda mixed with pregnancy might be a recipe for childhood obesity, study suggests

SunHerald, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study Links Artificial Sweeteners During Pregnancy to Heavier Babies

Health (TIME, Inc), 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Diet soda in pregnancy raises infants’ weight

univadis, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Diet Drinks During Pregnancy Linked To Overweight Kids

ValueWalk, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Diet Drinks During Pregnancy May Be Worse Than Regular Soda

Huffington Post, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Weird Results Tying Artificial Sweeteners To Overweight Babies

Foods4BetterHealth, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Drinking Diet Soda While Pregnant Can Lead To Childhood Obesity, Study Suggests

CBS Boston, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

ARTIFICIALLY HONEYED BEVERAGES IN PREGNANCY TIED TO ALOFT TOT WEIGHT

Work of Childhood, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Drinking diet soda while pregnant impact’s infant’s weight, study suggests

Cambridge Times, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Drinking artificially sweetened beverages during pregnancy linked to infant obesity: study

China.org.cn, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Sugary drinks in pregnancy can make infants fat

Free Press Journal, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Pregnant Mom’s Intake of Artificial Sweeteners Tied to Higher Infant BMI

Health News Line, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study suggests drinking soft drink during pregnancy may make your baby fat

News.com.au, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Sugary drinks in pregnancy can make infants overweight

First Post, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Pregnant women who opt for diet soft drinks ‘more likely to have overweight children’

Spectator, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study: Diet drinks during pregnancy could cause babies to have weight issues

WLKY.com, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Diet soda mixed with pregnancy might be recipe for obesity

Columbus Dispatch, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial Sweeteners Linked to Overweight Infants

News Max, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Could Drinking Diet Soda During Pregnancy Result To Childhood Obesity For Newborn Babies?

Tech Times, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

ARTIFICIALLY SWEETENED BEVERAGES IN PREGNANCY TIED TO HIGHER INFANT WEIGHT

News United, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Diet soda recipe for childhood obesity?

SenegalActu, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Don’t drink diet soda unless you want an overweight baby, study says

Cantech Letter, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Maternal consumption of artificially sweetened beverages linked to increased infant BMI

2 Minute Medicine, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Diet drinks in pregnancy link to baby weight gain

Web MD, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study: How Drinking Diet Soda During Pregnancy Increases the Risk of Childhood Obesity

Nature World News, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

RISKS OF ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS DURING PREGNANCY

Council Chronicle, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Pregnant women who consume artificially sweetened drinks may be more likely to deliver heavier babies

Maine News Online, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

DIET DRINKS DURING PREGNANCY LINKED TO INCREASED INFANT BMI

I4U News, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Drinking artificially sweetened beverages during pregnancy linked to infant obesity: study

Xinhua Net, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Pregnant women may put on weight by consuming artificial sweet beverages

Business Standard, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Sugary drinks in pregnancy can make infants fat

Times of India, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Drinking soft drinks during pregnancy can make infants fat

Zee News, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Drinking artificially sweetened beverages during pregnancy linked to infant obesity

Daily Croton, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Sugary drinks in pregnancy can make infants fat

Statesman, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study suggests fake sweetener link to infant size, obesity

Brief., 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

When Mom Drinks Diet Drinks, Baby’s BMI Rises

Jilard News, 10-May-2016

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Drinking Artificially Sweetened Beverages During Pregnancy Tied to Increased Infant BMI

Endocrinology Advisor, 10-May-2016

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Sugar Substitutes While Pregnant Could Make for Heavier Infants

Archy Newsy, 10-May-2016

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Artificially honeyed beverages in pregnancy tied to aloft tot weight

TenTinyToes, 10-May-2016

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Artificially sweetened beverages in pregnancy tied to higher infant weight

Abruzzo.TV, 10-May-2016

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Alarming report: Soft drinks will do this to your baby

Morning Ticker, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial sweeteners in pregnancy linked to fatter babies

OnMedica, 10-May-2016

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Study suggests drinking soft drink during pregnancy may make your baby fat

Equilibrio Informativo, 10-May-2016

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Pregnant women who drink fizzy pop daily are more likely to have obese babies

Western Daily Press, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Could Diet Drinks Make Your Baby Fat?

NBC News, 10-May-2016

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Diet drinks lead to overweight babies, new study shows

World Tech Today, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study suggests fake sweetener link to infant size, obesity

CTV News, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

CONSUMING ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS AMID PREGNANCY BEGET FATTER INFANTS, STUDY SAYS

Washington News Wire, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Consumption of artificially sweetened beverages during pregnancy leads to infants with higher BMI

NH Voice, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Could Diet Sodas Mean Heavier Offspring?

MedPage Today, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificially Sweetened Drinks in Pregnancy Tied to Higher Infant BMI

MedScape, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificially sweetened beverages consumed in pregnancy linked to increased infant BMI

Medical News Today, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Do artificial sweeteners during pregnancy increase risk of high infant BMI?

Junk Science, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Drinking artificially sweetened beverages during pregnancy linked to infant obesity

Expresion Economica, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study: Artificial sweeteners during pregnancy may make for heavier infants

UPI, 10-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial sweeteners and pregnancy

CTV, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Une étude suggère un lien entre édulcorants et surpoids des bébés

Le Journal de Montreal, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study suggests fake sweetener link to infant size, obesity

Yahoo News, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study links artificial sweeteners in pregnancy to childhood obesity

Houston Chronicle, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study suggests fake sweetener link to infant size, obesity

Radio France International, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Pregnant women who consume DIET fizzy drinks are ‘twice as likely to raise fat kids’

Daily Mail, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Research links moms drinking diet soda in pregnancy with childhood obesity

Portland Press Herald, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study: Consuming artificially sweetened drinks during pregnancy linked to increased infant weight

ReportCA.Net, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificially sweetened beverages consumed in pregnancy linked to increased infant BMI

EurekAlert, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

New Research Suggests Pregnant Women Should Avoid Diet Soda

HealthLine, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Pregnant women who consume diet fizzy drinks are more likely to raise fat children

Ever4online, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

expert reaction to study looking at artificially sweetened drinks in pregnancy and body mass index of infants

Foreign Affairs, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Health News: Artificially sweetened beverages in pregnancy tied to higher infant weight

RobinsPost, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study suggests fake sweetener link to infant size, obesity

Arab News, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial Sweeteners During Pregnancy May Make for Heavier Infants

Philly.com, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificially sweetened drinks in being pregnant tied to greater toddler weight

SerendipitousPanda, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificially sweetened beverages in pregnancy tied to higher infant weight

Yahoo, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Fake sweetener link to infant size, obesity, says study

Metro News, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Drinking diet soda while pregnant impacts infant’s weight, study suggests

Toronto Star, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study: Consuming artificially sweetened drinks during pregnancy linked to increased infant weight

Global News, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Could mom’s diet soda habit make her kids fat?

CBS News, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificially sweetened beverages in pregnancy tied to higher infant weight

Reuters, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Women who drink lemonade when pregnant are more likely to have obese babies

Mirror, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificially sweetened beverages consumed in pregnancy linked to increased infant BMI

Medical Xpress, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Childhood Obesity: Drinking Soda, Sugary Drinks During Pregnancy Linked To High Infant BMI

Medical Daily, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Childhood Obesity: Drinking Soda, Sugary Drinks During Pregnancy Linked To High Infant BMI

Medical Daily, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Diet soda mixed with pregnancy might be a recipe for childhood obesity, study suggests

LA Times, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificially sweetened beverages in pregnancy tied to higher infant weight

FoxNews, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificially sweetened beverages consumed in pregnancy linked to increased infant BMI

Science Daily, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Künstliche Süßstoffe in der Schwangerschaft machen Kinder dicker

aerzteblatt, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study suggests fake sweetener link infant size obesity

AFP, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial Sweeteners During Pregnancy May Make for Heavier Infants

US News, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificially sweetened beverages consumed in pregnancy linked to increased weight gain in infants

UManitoba News, 9-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Former model Elle Macpherson says an alkaline diet keeps her young — here’s why scientists disagree

Business Insider, 4-May-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Researchers receive $2m asthma grant

The Province, 3-May-2016

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Understanding lung damage due to childhood asthma could hold the clues to preventing respiratory disease later in life

HealthCanal, 3-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Subbarao

 

McMaster researchers get federal grant for obesity study

Hamilton Spectator, 3-May-2016

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Meet Saskatchewan’s First Pediatric Lung Doctor

CHF Blog, 2-May-2016

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Big Rise in Emergency Hospital Visits for Food Allergy Anaphylaxis Seen in Study

Allergic Living, 2-May-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

B.C. researchers get $2 million to study childhood asthma

Ottawa Citizen, 2-May-2016

Featured researcher: S. Turvey

 

B.C. researchers get $2 million to study childhood asthma

Vancouver Sun, 2-May-2016

Featured researcher: S. Turvey

 

B.C. researchers receive $2-million grant to examine environmental and genetic factors contributing to asthma

Georgia Straight, 2-May-2016

Featured researchers: S. Turvey, B. Finlay

 

Toronto researchers to investigate environment’s impact on health

EurekAlert!, 2-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Subbarao

 

Childhood asthma research receives $2 million to investigate genetic and environmental factors

UBC News, 2-May-2016

Featured researcher: S. Turvey

 

Understanding lung damage due to childhood asthma could hold the clues to preventing respiratory disease later in life

Sick Kids Newsroom, 2-May-2016

Featured researcher: P. Subbarao

 

Finding the genetic origins of childhood obesity

UM News Today, 2-May-2016

Featured researchers: A. Becker, M. Azad, M. Kobor

 

Government of Canada combats chronic health conditions

CNW, 2-May-2016

Featured: CHILD

 

A matter of devotion

WAVE Magazine, May/June 2016

Featured researchers: A. Halayko, A. Becker, M. Azad

 

A matter of devotion: Researchers come together under a new initiative that will make Manitoba a leader in the study of chronic childhood diseases such as asthma and Type 2 diabetes

Winnipeg Free Press, 30-Apr-2016

Featured researchers: A. Halayko, A. Becker, M. Azad

 

Increasing cases of anaphylaxis among children: MUHC

The Suburban, 27-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Nature or nurture? UBC events showcase emerging field of epigenetics (Broadcast)

CBC: The Early Edition, 27-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Kobor

 

Nature or nurture? UBC events showcase emerging field of epigenetics

CBC News, 27-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Kobor

 

There's no such thing as 'alternative' medicine

TechInsider, 26-Apr-2016

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Cross-border media comparison: Insurance coverage linked to news coverage of expensive cystic fibrosis drug

HealthNewsReview, 26-Apr-2016

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Alberta meningitis death trial shines light on natural medicine

Gossip Monthly, 26-Apr-2016

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The 'Angelina Jolie effect'

Hamilton Spectator, 26-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Skin Tests to Predict Antibiotic Allergies May Be Useless

HospiMedica, 26-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

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Western Daily Press, 26-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Hausse de 100% des réactions alimentaires aiguës chez nos petits Canadiens

RCI, 26-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Choosing cancer treatment based on celebs? You’re not alone, study suggests

Toronto Star, 25-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Increasing Cases of Anaphylaxis Among Children

Drug Discovery & Development, 25-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Hausse importante des cas d'anaphylaxie chez les enfants

ICI Radio Canada, 25-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Deadly allergies increasing among children: study

Radio Canada International, 24-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Les anaphylaxies, réactions allergiques sévères, sont en forte hausse

Psychomédia, 24-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Anaphylaxis among children on the rise

McGill REPORTER, 22-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

BIG RISE IN HOSPITAL VISITS FOR KIDS WITH ALLERGIC REACTIONS

Futurity, 22-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Increasing cases of anaphylaxis among children

Medical News Today, 22-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Researchers observe worrisome increase in anaphylaxis rate

News Medical, 22-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

L’anaphylaxie serait en hausse chez les enfants

Métro, 21-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Allergies : les cas d’anaphylaxie en hausse chez les enfants

La Presse, 21-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Les cas d’anaphylaxie connaîtraient une hausse chez les enfants

L’Actualité, 21-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Les réactions allergiques violentes en hausse chez les enfants

TVA, 21-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Increasing Cases of Anaphylaxis among Children

Science Newsline, 21-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Increasing cases of anaphylaxis among children

Science News, 21-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Increasing cases of anaphylaxis among children

EurekAlert, 21-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Increasing cases of anaphylaxis among children

McGill News, 21-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything? This Scientist Thinks So.

ThinkProgress, 21-Apr-2016

Featured researcher:T. Caulfield

 

Good Housekeepers

Globe & Mail, 19-Apr-2016

Featured researcher:T. Caulfield

 

Widely used antibiotic allergy skin test often wrong, doctors say

CBC, 19-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

ALLERGIES aux ANTIBIOTIQUES: Inefficacité des tests de diagnostic cutanés

Santé log, 15-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Mild weather makes for bad allergy season in Metro Vancouver

CTV News, 28-Mar-2016

Featured researcher: D. Stark

 

Skin Tests Useless in Predicting Antibiotic Allergies

Lab Manager, 13-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

‘USELESS’ SKIN TEST DOESN’T CATCH AMOXICILLIN ALLERGY

Futurity, 13-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Could asthma start with your gut?

IHDCYH NEWS, 12-Apr-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, S. Turvey

 

Standard Skin Tests for Antibiotic Allergies Are Ineffective, Study Finds

MD Magazine, 11-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Research on a Roll

Winnipeg Free Press, 11-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Popular test for antibiotics allergies are useless, say researchers

McGill Reporter, 11-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Allergies aux antibiotiques: vers une détection plus rapide et moins chère

La Presse.CA, 9-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Traditional Skin Tests Used to Predict Allergies to Antibiotics are Useless Say Montreal Researchers

InfectionControlToday, 8-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Meet Jyoti Balhara

UM News, 8-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: J. Balhara

 

Could asthma start with your gut?

CIHR, 8-Apr-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, S. Turvey

 

After Gwyneth Paltrow tried bee-venom therapy, are we being stung by celebrity remedies?

The Mirror (UK), 8-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Currently Available Skin Tests For Amoxicillin Allergy in Children Not Reliable

MedicalResearch.com, 8-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Traditional skin tests used to predict allergies to antibiotics are useless, say researchers

Science Daily, 7-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Skin test for allergies to amoxicillin in children is useless

Montreal Gazette, 7-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Skin test for amoxicillin allergy useless: study

CJAD News, 6-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Skin test for allergies to amoxicillin in children is useless: MUHC study

Montreal Gazette, 5-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Traditional skin tests used to predict allergies to antibiotics are useless say Montreal researchers

EurekAlert!, 5-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Provinces should create laws on excised human tissue

Law Times, 4-Apr-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Preterm Births Linked to Air Pollution Cost Billions in the U.S.

TIME, 29-Mar-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Allergy sufferers hit early, and hit hard this spring

Times Colonist, 28-Mar-2016

Featured researcher: D. Stark

 

Vancouverites are in for a long, rough allergy season this spring

VanCity Buzz, 28-Mar-2016

Featured researcher: D. Stark

 

Metro Vancouver allergy sufferers hit early, and hit hard this spring

Vancouver Sun, 27-Mar-2016

Featured researcher: D. Stark

 

Metro Vancouver allergy sufferers hit early, hit hard this spring

The Province, 26-Mar-2016

Featured researcher: D. Stark

 

When naturopathy kills

National Post, 24-Mar-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

The pediatrician and the peanut

UBC Medicine, 21-Mar-2016

Featured researcher: E. Chan

 

Les allergies bientôt guéries?

Le Journal de Montréal, 19-Mar-2016

Featured researcher: P. Bégin

 

Wheezing in Early Childhood Means Increased Asthma Risk for Teens

Allergic Living, 15-Mar-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

How Your Surroundings Could Be Killing You

TIME, 15-Mar-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Daylight Savings kills sleep: Will it kill you?

Salon, 11-Mar-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Alberta toddler’s meningitis death a warning to parents who spurn conventional treatments: ethicist

National Post, 10-Mar-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

New Research Links Children Who Wheeze To Asthma Development Later In Life

The Manitoban, 25-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Finding the Root Causes of Asthma and Allergies

Innovator, 25-Feb-2016

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How air Pollution Affects our Global Health

Daily Rx News, 25-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Tiny air pollutants are big, big killers

Student Science, 24-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

The Effects of Inhaling Pollution (podcast)

Newstalk.com, 18-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: C. Carlsten

 

Supreme Court Events Leave Fate of Clean Power Plan Uncertain

National Geographic, 18-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Hamilton fire trucks could carry allergy auto injectors

Hamilton Spectator, 18-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: S. Waserman

 

Air pollution claims 5.5m lives annually

Pop Herald, 18-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Toxic Corporate Interests: Air Pollution Now 4th Leading Cause Of Death Worldwide

Ring of Fire Network, 17-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Air pollution is the world’s second biggest killer

Digital Journal, 17-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Air pollution claims 5.5m lives annually

Leader Call, 17-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Air Pollution Kills 5.5 Million People a Year — Over Half of Them in China, India

VICE, 16-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

India and China Have Most Deaths From Pollution

WSJ India, 16-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Jährlich über 5,5 Millionen Tote durch Luftverschmutzung

Dresdner Neueste Nachrichten, 16-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Why the Paris climate deal doesn’t depend on the US

Climate Home, 15-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Karachi among most polluted cities in the world

Pakistan Today, 15-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Air Pollution Kills More Than 5.5 Million Annually

Weather Channel, 15-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Air Pollution Kills More Than 5.5 Million People Every Year, According To Research

Parent Herald, 15-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Mueren millones por smog especialmente en China e India

Regeneracion, 14-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

55% of deaths due to air pollution in India, China in 2013

Economic Times, 14-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Air pollution kills millions annually, mostly in China, India

Times of India, 13-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Air pollution is 'leading environmental risk factor'

Deutsche Welle, 13-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Air Pollution Claims 5.5 Million Lives Annually, Mainly in China, India

New Indian Express, 13-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Novel Report acts as stark reality about damage caused by air pollution across the world

Main news Online, 13-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

La pollution responsable de plus de 5 millions de personnes chaque année

La-Kabylie, 13-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Polluted air causes 5.5 million deaths a year new research says

BBC, 13-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Air Pollution Is Fourth Leading Cause Of Death Worldwide: Polluted Air Claims 5.5 Million Lives Per Year

Tech Times, 13-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Air pollution kills five million people per year, research finds

Independent, 13-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Poluição atmosférica mata mais de 5,5 milhões de pessoas por ano

Correo de Manana, 13-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

AIR POLLUTION WARNING: Contamination 'killing five MILLION people' each year

Express, 12-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Air Pollution Kills More Than 5 Million People Around the World Every Year

TIME, 12-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Air pollution kills 5.5 million globally each year, new research shows

CTV, 12-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Scientists: air pollution led to more than 5.5 million premature deaths in 2013

Guardian, 12-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

AIR POLLUTION CLAIMS 5.5 MILLION LIVES A YEAR, MAKING IT THE FOURTH-LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH WORLDWIDE

Newsweek, 12-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Scientists Blame Polluted Air for 5.5 Million Premature Deaths Each Year

Voice of America, 12-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Air pollution takes a deadly toll

CBS, 12-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

The Tiny Changes Air Pollution Makes Inside You

BBC, 11-Feb-2016

Featured researchers: C. Carlsten, J. Hirota

 

Wheezing in Early Childhood Linked to Reduced Lung Function By Adolescence

MedicalResearch.com, 9-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Tots who wheeze more likely to develop asthma as teens, study suggests

CBC News, 9-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Wheezing baby? It could be an early sign of asthma, says University of Manitoba study

Metro News, 9-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Early asthma treatment offers hope: U of M study

Winnipeg Sun, 9-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Babies exposed to air pollution in womb more likely to develop asthma: UBC study

Metro News, 9-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: H. Sbihi

 

Asthma link to traffic pollution exposure during pregnancy

Irish Examiner, 9-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: H. Sbihi

 

Children of mothers exposed to traffic pollution 'more prone to asthma'

BT, 9-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: H. Sbihi

 

Air pollution exposure in pregnancy ups asthma risk in babies

Business Standard, 9-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: H. Sbihi

 

Air pollution exposure in pregnancy ups asthma risk in babies: study

Deccan Chronicle, 9-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: H. Sbihi

 

Air pollution exposure during pregnancy linked to asthma risk

Global News, 9-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: H. Sbihi

 

Air pollution increases asthma risk in babies

Times of India, 9-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: H. Sbihi

 

Air pollution exposure during pregnancy linked with asthma risk

EurekAlert!, 9-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: H. Sbihi

 

Doctor hopes new asthma test could better help kids

Saskatoon StarPhoenix, 5-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: D. Adamko

 

Will gene editing create designer babies?

Medical Xpress, 3-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Researchers transfer moms’ immune-boosting bacteria from birth canal to C-section babies

Toronto Star, 1-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: S. Turvey

 

About that cough …

The Record, 1-Feb-2016

Featured researcher: P. O’Byrne

 

Oprah pardons gluten: Why her “glorious revelation that bread is okay” is causing such a stir

Salon, 29-Jan-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Bacteria exposure helps prevent asthma, obesity, type two diabetes

CBC, 27-Jan-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Why juicing, gluten-free and the Tom and Gisele diet’s gotta go

MarketWatch, 21-Jan-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Award-winning AllerGen video is nothing to sneeze at

McMaster News, 20-Jan-2016

Featured researcher: CHILD

 

Can Probiotic Therapy Prevent Asthma?

AAP Blog, 12-Jan-2016

Featured researcher: CHILD

 

UBC researchers Brett Finlay and Marie-Claire Arrieta coauthor upcoming book on hygiene hypothesis

Georgia Straight, 12-Jan-2016

Featured researchers: B. Finlay, M-C. Arrieta

 

Studying the link between gut bacteria and infant health

CIHR, 12-Jan-2016

Featured researchers: A. Kozyrskyj, J. Scott

 

Microbiome seeding begins in the womb

UAlberta News, 8-Jan-2016

Featured researchers: A. Kozyrskyj, P. Koleva

 

Hoping for a celebrity-free 2016? Dream on

Globe & Mail, 1-Jan-2016

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

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