AllerGen in the News: 2015

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2015 TELEVISION INTERVIEWS WITH ALLERGEN RESEARCHERS

Dr. S. Turvey on gut bacteria and asthma

Dr. S. Turvey on new asthma findings

Dr. S. Turvey on asthma/gut bacteria research

Discussion of new asthma/gut findings on WSJ

30 September 2015:

Dr. Stuart Turvey on CBC’s National speaks of asthma-microbiome link found using CHILD Study samples

More 2015 TV interviews with AllerGen investigators










Dr. Michael Brauer on air pollution in Edmonton


global-tcTimothy Caulfield discusses his new book


Dr. Anita Kozyrskyj on food allergies & the microbiome



23 March 2015:


Dr. Meghan Azad talks to Global News about the relationship of infant gut bacteria to food allergy risk














Dr. Douglas Mack on reducing peanut allergy risk


keith-ctvDr. Paul Kieth on introducing peanuts early


Dr. Bruce Mazer on eating peanuts early in life



23 February 2015:


Dr. Susan Waserman talks to CBC about how peanut allergies can be reduced in high-risk children

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Prof. Tim Caulfield on celebrities & science


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Dr. Kelly McNagny on antibiotics & immunity


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Dr. Miriam Stewart on coping with food allergies


 



8 January 2015:


Dr. Chris Carlsten talks to Global News about the effects of diesel exhaust on DNA



MEDIA COVERAGE

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2015


Babies in the Womb Aren’t So Sterile After All

TIME, 28-Dec-2015


Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj


 


The year in bad celebrity advice

Salon, 21-Dec-2015


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


4 Gut Bacteria Seen as Key to Halting Asthma


Allergic Living, Winter 2016


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Infants' Risk of Asthma Depends on Gut Microbiome

MD Magazine, 16-Dec-2015


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


McMaster’s Faculty of Health Sciences names Kelton’s successor


CHML AM900, 11-Dec-2015


Featured researcher: P. O’Byrne


 


New Dean and Vice-President, Faculty of Health Sciences

McMaster Daily News, 10-Dec-2015


Featured researcher: P. O’Byrne


 


Asthma and allergy doctor Paul O’Byrne named head of health sciences at McMaster University

Hamilton Spectator, 10-Dec-2015


Featured researcher: P. O’Byrne


 


People choose screen time over sleep time

CBC, 3-Dec-2015


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


The four bugs that protect us from asthma

Cosmos, 30-Nov-2015


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


The Internet is scrambling our brains

SALON, 30-Nov-2015


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Un important financement de recherche...

UQACtualité, 24-Nov-2015


Featured researcher: C. Laprise


 


NCE confirms AllerGen funding to 2019

McMaster Daily News, 23-Nov-2015


Featured researcher: J. Denburg


 


Asthma and allergy research network gets $15.6M

Hamilton Spectator, 19-Nov-2015


Featured researchers: J. Denburg, M. Sears, S. Turvey


 


Genetic tests won't show if your kid will be a sports superstar

Los Angeles Times, 19-Nov-2015


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Trudeau’s new science minister Kirsty Duncan was advocate of controversial and largely disproven MS treatment

National Post, 15-Nov-2015


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


How our children’s guts can affect their adult health

Maclean’s Magazine, 9-Nov-2015


Featured researchers: A. Kozyrskyj, S Turvey


 


Receiving antibiotics during delivery affects infant gut bacteria

MedicalXpress, 9-Nov-2015


Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj


 


One in 13 Canadians live with a food allergy: study

CTV News, 29-Oct-15


Featured researchers: A. Clarke, S. Elliott


 


Survey finds 7.5 per cent of Canadians self-report food allergies

University of Calgary News, 29-Oct-15


Featured researchers: A. Clarke, S. Elliott


 


New study sets first baseline of food allergy prevalence in Canada

University of Waterloo News, 29-Oct-15


Featured researchers: A. Clarke, S. Elliott


 


Food allergies in infants may be prevented with early introduction

CBC News, 19-Oct-15


Featured researcher: A. Becker


 


Immune Boost Bunk

Health News Review, 14-Oct-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Diverse gut bacteria lowers babies' asthma risk: study

Jamaica Observer , 14-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Early life dysbiosis increases asthma risk

Nature Reviews , 12-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


How farm dust and gut bugs can fight allergens

Irish Times , 12-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Intestinal bacteria in infants: a weapon against asthma

Modesto Press, 10-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Good gut bacteria may affect babies’ risk of asthma

Gulf News Health , 8-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Gut bacteria linked to asthma in infants

Ubyssey , 7-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Good gut bacteria can prevent asthma

KOLO8 News, 7-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


A KEY TO ASTHMA IS ‘GOOD BACTERIA’, SAYS SCIENTISTS

Financial Prospect, 7-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Protect your baby from asthma risks, here’s how

Egypt Independent, 7-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Gut Development in Infancy May Have Lifelong Consequences

Pharmacy Practice News, 6-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Gut Development in Infancy May Have Lifelong Consequences

Gastroenterology & Endoscopy News, 6-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Gut bacteria in infancy may influence asthma risk

King5, 6-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Gut Development in Infancy May Have Lifelong Consequences

IDSE, 6-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Vier Darmbakterien könnten Kinder vor Asthma schützen

derStandard, 6-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Gut Bacteria Could be the Key to Preventing Asthma

Ledger Gazette , 5-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Good gut bacteria might prevent asthma development

Medical Economics , 5-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Gut bacteria deficit linked to higher asthma risk

Bel Marra Health , 5-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Babies low on key gut bacteria at higher risk of asthma

Rapid News Network , 5-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Child Asthma May Decrease with Help from 'Good' Stomach Bacteria, Scientists Find

The Latino Post, 5-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Asthma risk in infants may be reduced by gut bacteria

Tech Bits , 4-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Health: 'Good' bacteria, asthma prevention linked

Daily Progress , 4-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Ученые: излишняя гигиена виновна в развитии астмы у детей

Medical Insider , 4-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


'Too Clean' Environment May Lead to Childhood Asthma, Study Suggests

The Latino Post, 3-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Certain gut bacteria may reduce a child's risk for asthma

CBS News , 2-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


How gut bacteria can predict asthma in children

Quartz , 2-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Certain gut bacteria may be tied to asthma risk in babies

Eagle-Tribune, 2-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Bacterias intestinales protegen a los bebés de asma

Cronica (Mexico) , 2-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


‘Hygiene’ effect raises asthma risk

Irish Examiner , 2-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Asthma in Babies Could be Prevented by Gut Bacteria Treatment

Chronicle Council , 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Bacteria Can Prevent Asthma In Infants & Toxins Threaten Reproductive Health

5NewsOnline, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


C-section babies at higher risk for asthma

iol lifestyle , 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Gut Bacteria Linked to Asthma Risk

The Scientists, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Asthma risk may be 20 times higher for Caesarean babies or children fed formula milk

Mail Online (UK), 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Good gut bacteria cut babies' asthma risk

delhidailynews, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


UBC study says asthma caused by overly clean environments

VanCityBuzz, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 




Is a 'too-clean' environment to blame for childhood asthma?

MedicalNewsToday, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 




Germs in gut may help reduce lung conditions

Journal Gazette, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Acquiring Four Gut Bacteria Can Decrease Asthma Risk In Infants

eurasia review, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Study Says We May Know Which Children Are At Higher Risk for Asthma

Pioneer News, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


'Good bacteria' key to stopping asthma

BBC, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Lack of Gut Bacteria Could lead to Asthma in kids

Science Recorder, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Gut Bacteria Could be the Key to Preventing Asthma

Dispatch Times, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Exposure to 'good' bacteria may cut asthma risk in infants

CQNews, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


'Good bacteria' key to stopping asthma

Daily Star, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Children exposed to 4 key bacteria are less likely to develop asthma, study finds

Science Alert, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Study suggests babies’ gut bacteria affects their risk of asthma

Hamilton Spectator, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Asthma risk may be 20 times higher for Caesarean babies or children fed formula milk

Daily Mail (UK), 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


KIDS HAVING HIGH RISK OF DEVELOPING ASTHMA LACK FOUR SPECIFIC BACTERIA

NY City News, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


GOOD GUT BACTERIA MAY AFFECT BABIES’ RISK OF ASTHMA, SAYS CANADIAN STUDY

The Market Business, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Study links asthma to low levels of gut bacteria in newborns

Fox, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Certain gut bacteria may be tied to asthma risk in babies

Washington Post, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Dysbiosis in Infancy Tied to Asthma Risk in Children

Doctors Lounge , 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Four Gut Microbes Tied to Asthma Risk in Children

MPR, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Probiotic friendly bacteria may play role in stopping asthma

NHS (UK), 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


C-section and formula milk could lead to asthma in kids

TV3, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Canadian researchers suggest that a lack of specific bacteria in the infants' gut may lead to the development of asthma

Periodic Post, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Gut Bacteria Could be the Key to Preventing Asthma

GWS News, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Asthma Risk Signalled By Gut Bacteria In Babies

Mid-Day Daily, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Spezielle Darmkeime schützen Kinder vor Asthma

Die Welt , 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Quatre bactéries intestinales préviendraient l’asthme

Le Devoir , 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Des bactéries contre l'asthme ?

francetv , 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Des bactéries intestinales des nourrissons pour lutter contre l'asthme ?

Europe1 , 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Asthme : des bactéries pour protéger les nourrissons à vie

La Parisienne , 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


La flore intestinale pour protéger les bébés de l'asthme

Le Temps , 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Cuatro bacterias intestinales protegen a los niños del asma, según un estudio

el Nuevo Herald (US) , 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Las bacterias intestinales reducen riesgo de asma en bebés

La Nacion (Paraguay) , 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Bebés en mayor riesgo de contraer asma

Voz de America, 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


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El Milenio (US), 1-Oct-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Las bacterias intestinales reducirían riesgo de asma en bebes

El Comercio (Peru) , 30-Sept-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Gut bacteria could predict asthma in kids

Science AAAS , 30-Sept-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Babies low on key gut bacteria at higher risk of asthma

Science News , 30-Sept-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Missing Microbes Provide Clues About Asthma Risk

NPR, 30-Sept-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Babies' Gut Bacteria May Signal Later Asthma Risk

Live Science, 30-Sept-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Gut bacteria could predict asthma in kids

Science Magazine, 30-Sept-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Des bactéries intestinales chez le nourrisson, une arme contre l’asthme

Journal de Montreal, 30-Sept-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Study: Lack of 'Good' Bacteria May Put Babies at Higher Risk for Asthma

Voice of America, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Diverse gut bacteria lowers babies' asthma risk: study

Yahoo News, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Four Gut Bacteria Are Crucial to Asthma Prevention in Children, Researchers Say

Allergic Living, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Gut Bacteria Could be the Key to Preventing Asthma

KamloopsBCNow, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Longitudinal Child Study Uncovers Early Gut Microbes With Apparent Asthma Protective Effect

Genome Web, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Infants with four 'good' gut bacteria unlikely to have asthma: study

Global Post, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Gut Bacteria May Contribute to Asthma Risk, Study Shows

TIME, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Exposure to four gut bacteria decreases infants’ risk of asthma: UBC research

Metro News, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Study Links Asthma to Low Levels of Gut Bacteria in Newborns

Wall Street Journal, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Gut Bacteria Tied to Asthma Risk in Kids

WebMD, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Childhood asthma risk affected by bacteria in early infancy

CBC, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Four gut bacteria decrease asthma risk in infants

UBC, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Good gut bacteria may affect babies’ risk of asthma: Canadian study

Global News, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 




Babies' Gut Bacteria May Signal Later Asthma Risk

Live Science, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Your Gut Microbiome Could Put You at a Higher Risk of Asthma

Wired, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Gut bacteria may protect against asthma in infants, study finds

CTV News, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Gut bacteria could be key in preventing asthma in children

The Verge, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


UBC research links gut bacteria to asthma

Vancouver Sun, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Gut Bacteria Disparities Offer Clues to Asthma Etiology

MedScape, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Early exposure to 'good' gut bacteria may reduce asthma risk in infants

ABC Online, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Could These Four Germs Protect Babies From Asthma?

NBCNews, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Newborns' Gut Microbes Signal Asthma Risk Later in Life

Discover Magazine, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Another role for good germs? Study suggests babies' gut bacteria affects their risk of asthma

Chronicle Journal, 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Study: Good gut bacteria may affect babies' risk of asthma

Bismarck Tribune (Also: Arizona Daily Star, Journal Times, Post-Bulletin, Sioux City Journal, FoxReno.com, Fox 28, WRGT TV Fox 45, Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier, The Sentinel, WJAC Johnstown, WWMT-TV, WiscNews, ABC6OnYourSide.com, WKEF ABC 22, KFDM-TV News, WGME, FOX 29, WTVC, Hutchinson News, WHP Harrisburg, WKEF ABC 22, KFDM-TV News, CNYcentral.com, News Sentinel, WHP Harrisburg, KFOX El Paso, KGAN TV, WZTV, KBTV Fox 4 Beaumont, KEYE TV, KTVL, Argus Press, WVAH, New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio, WKRC TV Cincinnati ), 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Low levels of 4 key types of bacteria in baby's gut may lead to asthma: study

Battlefords News-Optimist (Also: Alaska Highway News, Bridge River Lillooet News, Weyburn This Week, Brandon Sun, Times Colonist, mysask.com, Winnipeg Free Press, 680 News, News Talk 610 CKTB, Coast Reporter, CityNews, Bay Today, 580 CFRA Radio, Squamish Chief ), 30-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


UBC research isolates gut bacteria linked to asthma

Vancouver Sun, 29-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Teen girl has rare allergy that causes her to break out in hives if she eats hummus before working out

Mail Online, 28-Sep-15


Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan


 


First-Year College Student Dies of Severe Allergic Reaction

Allergic Living, 23-Sep-15


Featured researcher: A. Ellis


 


New details emerge from Queen’s student death


CKWS TV, 22-Sep-15


Featured researcher: A. Ellis


 


Five Fast Facts About Chronic Body Hives

Allergic Living, 17-Sep-15


Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan


 


Why you shouldn’t know too much about your own genes

Washington Post, 11-Sep-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


ER visits for anaphylactic reactions increase

CBC, 10-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Waserman


 


ER visits for allergic reactions way up

Hamilton Spectator, 10-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Waserman


 


Growing Up on Farms May Help You Fight Asthma

Bulletin Leader, 5-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


Electronic waste is piling up. Here’s why you should care

Global News, 5-Sep-15


Featured researcher: M. Diamond


 


Allergy Study Says Kids Might Be Better Growing Up On A Farm

Pioneer News, 4-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


How farm life prevents asthma

Science, 4-Sep-15


Featured researcher: S. Turvey


 


How to minimize the effects of allergies

CIHR, 2-Sep-15


Featured researcher: B. Mazer


 


Uncovering a missing piece in the asthma puzzle

CIHR, 28-Aug-15


Featured researcher: D. Daley


 


Gene Patenting in 140 Characters or Less

GenomeWeb, 28-Aug-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Fall allergies on the way


CHML AM900, 25-Aug-15


Featured researcher: S. Waserman


 


Cosmetic claims of youthful skin, healthy hair: “It’s all baloney”

RCI, 24-Aug-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Cosmetics marketing focuses on 'fairy dust' ingredients that change nothing

CBC, 24-Aug-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Mall security guards have never needed EpiPens in Hamilton pilot project

CBC, 8-Aug-15


Featured researcher: S. Waserman


 


Hydra Biosciences Appoints Leading Pulmonary Experts to Newly Created Medical Advisory Board


Business Wire, 5-Aug-15


Featured researcher: P. O’Byrne


 


Freeze Your Ass Off, Celebrity Style

Health News Review, 3-Aug-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Hamilton respiratory experts help Chinese doctors diagnose patients

Hamilton Spectator, 29-July-15


Featured researcher: P. O’Byrne


 


Toxic air kills 80 daily in Delhi: Javadekar

Times of India, 24-July-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


80 People Die in Delhi Every Day Due to Air Pollution

Huffington Post India, 23-July-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Hyper-Local Air Quality Monitoring Debuts at Pan Am Games

UrbanToronto.com, 20-July-15


Featured researcher: G. Evans


 


Tracking air pollution online at Toronto 2015 venues

InsideHalton.com, 20-July-15


Featured researcher: G. Evans


 


World at Six: Health of Canadians

CBC, 20-July-15


Featured researcher: G. Evans


 


Pan Am Notebook: A breath of fresh air

Hamilton Spectator, 20-July-15


Featured researcher: G. Evans


 


Particle pollutants spike after fireworks shows, studies show

Vancouver Sun, 20-July-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Canada can't afford complacency on air pollution: CMAJ editorial

CBC News, 20-July-15


Featured researchers: M. Brauer, G. Evans


 


Tracking air pollution online at Toronto 2015 venues

InsideToronto.com, 20-July-15


Featured researcher: G. Evans


 


Novo Mapa Interativo Mostra O Índice de Qualidade do Ar Nos Locais dos Pan Am

Correio da Manhã Canadá, 17-July-15


Featured researcher: G. Evans


 


Nuevo Mapa Interactivo Que Mide La Calidad Del Aire En Los Juegos Pan Am

NoticiasOntario.com, 17-July-15


Featured researcher: G. Evans


 


Queen's Post-Doc Fellow Conducting Research at Harvard

Queen’s University, 16-July-15


Featured researcher: M. North


 


Eyes on the Skies for Pan Am

Metro News, 16-July-15


Featured researchers: J. Brook, G. Evans


 


New interactive map shows air-quality health index at Pan Am sites

CTV News, 15-July-15


Featured researcher: G. Evans


 


PanAm visitors can monitor their air pollution exposure

Longwood.com, 14-July-15


Featured researchers: J. Brook, G. Evans, N. Mykhaylova


 


U of T researchers launch interactive air pollution map during Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games

U of T News, 14-July-15


Featured researchers: J. Brook, G. Evans, N. Mykhaylova


 


U of T researchers launch interactive air pollution map for Pan Am Games

U of T Engineering News, 14-July-15


Featured researchers: J. Brook, G. Evans, N. Mykhaylova


 


Metabolomic analysis of urine samples may differentiate asthma from COPD

Helio, 9-July-15


Featured researcher: D. Adamko


 


Whistler, B.C. issues air-quality warning due to wildfire smoke

Globe and Mail, 7-July-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Metro Vancouver air quality comparable to Beijing

CBC, 6-July-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Mac Hoping To Unlock Causes Of Chronic Illness


CHML, 2-July-15


Featured researcher: S. Anand


 


‘Tremendous resource’ for researchers being created in Hamilton

Hamilton Spectator, 1-July-15


Featured researcher: S. Anand


 


5 ways to fight allergies this summer

CBC, 26-June-15


Featured researcher: S. Waserman


 


Air pollution kills more than Aids and malaria COMBINED each year

Sentinal Republic, 24-June-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Air Pollution Increases Babies' Risk Of Developing Allergies

University Herald, 18-June-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Cleaner Air Could Save Millions of Lives in India

Mumbai Mirror, 17-June-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Foul Air Killing Up to 80 Dehliites a Day Claims Study

Times of India, 17-June-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Meeting global air quality guidelines could prevent 2.1 million deaths per year

PHYS ORG, 16-June-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Car Fumes Linked to Food, Pet Allergies in Kids

Allergic Living, 9-June-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Canada needs to rethink approach to early childhood development

Battlefords News-Optimist, 9-June-15


Featured researcher: N. Letourneau


 


Say Hello to your Little Friends: Making Sense of Gut Bacteria

Globe & Mail, 7-June-15


Featured researchers: B. Finlay, J. Bienenstock


 


Food Bans in our Schools (Five-part series)

Global News, 2-June-15


Featured researchers: M. Ben-Shoshan, S. Waserman, E. Chan


 


New seasonal allergy treatments offer some hope

CBC, 24-May-15


Featured researchers: P. Keith, S. Waserman


 


CHILD : l'étude pancanadienne sur l'asthme des enfants

RadioCanada, 23-May-15


Featured researcher: C. Laprise


 


Is Gwyneth bad for our health?

Independant.IE, 21-May-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


A lot of hot air? Professor tries Gwyneth Paltrow, other celeb health advice

FoxNews, 19-May-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Enviro-tracker lets you collect data on air quality, temperature and humidity

Globe & Mail, 18-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Is Gwyneth Paltrow wrong about everything?

Daily Telegraph (UK), 16-May-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Celebs' health and beauty treatments revealed - but which of the goop, the fad and the ugly work?

The Mirror (UK), 15-May-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


It Doesn’t Matter If Gwyneth Paltrow Is Wrong About Everything

New York Magazine, 14-May-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Metabolomics in Precision Medicine

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 15-May-15


Featured researcher: S. Tebbutt


 


'War on science' and 'quackademics' all part of lost trust in vaccines, prof says

Ottawa Citizen, 14-May-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Deluge of pollen coughs up ‘triple whammy’ allergy season


Globe & Mail, 14-May-15


Featured researcher: S. Waserman


 


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

marie claire, 13-May-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Scientist Debunks Gwyneth Paltrow’s Health Tips, Says Celebrities Cannot Be Blamed

Venture Capital Post, 12-May-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Gwyn’s GOOP tips: “complete bunk”

The Sun (UK), 12-May-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


That mugwort steaming is hot air

Sunday Telegraph, 11-May-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Scientist is left steaming over Paltrow’s celebrity health tips

The Times, 11-May-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Allergies? You may want to blame childhood pollution exposure

Zee News, 10-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Is Gwyneth Paltrow wrong about everything?

Telegraph, 9-May-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Can salt treatment work? Proponents claim halotherapy can cure respiratory ailments

Hamilton Spectator, 7-May-15


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Environmental exposures study tracks more than 3,200 Canadian babies

SFU News, 7-May-15


Featured researchers: T. Takaro, M. Sears


 


Research tracking the health impact of environmental exposures for thousands of babies

Medical Xpress, 6-May-15


Featured researchers: T. Takaro, M. Sears


 


This professor put Gwyneth Paltrow’s health advice to the test

Vox, 5-May-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Who Made Gwyneth Paltrow God?

DailyBeast, 5-May-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Air pollution 'increases allergy risks' in babies

The Telegraph, 5-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Allergies? Blame childhood pollution exposure

Courier-Journal, 5-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Air Pollution Fuels Rise in Allergies: Study

Newsmax, 5-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Exposure to traffic-related air pollution during infancy increases risk of developing allergies

News Medical, 5-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Exposure to traffic pollution in first year of life increases risk of allergies

Click Green, 5-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Air Pollution Can Put Your Baby at Risk of Developing Allergies

NDTV, 5-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Babies Exposed To Air Pollution At Increased Risk Of Allergies

ScienceWorldReport, 5-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Air pollution puts kids at allergy risk

Zee News, 5-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


UBC Study Links Pollution to Allergies

Breakfast Television (BC), 4-May-15


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Les enfants vancouvérois sont les plus allergiques au pays

ICI Radio-Canada, 4-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Babies exposed to pollution at greater risk for allergies: Study

Toronto Sun, 4-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Exposure to air pollution in the first year of life increases risk for allergies

Healthcanal, 4-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Air pollution increases child’s chance of developing allergies: UBC study


AM730, 4-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Infant allergies linked to air pollution by new Canadian study

CBC, 4-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Exposure to air pollution in the first year of life increases risk for allergies

UBC News, 4-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Babies Exposed To Air Pollution May Have A Higher Risk Of Developing Allergies

University Herald, 4-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Vancouver tops four Canadian cities for child allergies, UBC study finds

Vancouver Sun, 4-May-15


Featured researchers: M. Brauer, S. Turvey


 


Air pollution increases child’s chance of developing allergies: UBC study


CKNW, 4-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Vancouver tops in child allergies

GlobalNews, 4-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Allergy symptoms especially common among kids in Vancouver: study

News 1130, 4-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Vancouver worst for kids developing allergies

Vancouver 24Hrs, 4-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Children in Vancouver Are More Likely to Have Allergies

Kelowna Now, 4-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Vancouver worst in Canada for children with allergies

VancityBuzz, 4-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Vancouver tops four Canadian cities for child allergies, UBC study finds

TimesColonist, 4-May-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


New hope for kids with serious food allergies

Today’s Parent, 30-Apr-15


Featured researchers: M. Azad, A. Becker, E. Chan, B. Mazer, S. Waserman


 


The gluten-free craze is out of hand. Here are 8 facts to counter the madness


Vox.com, 30-Apr-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Risk from peanut allergy worst at home: study

Radio Canada International, 29-Apr-15


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Kids with peanut allergies at greater risk in their own homes: study

Montreal Gazette, 28-Apr-15


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Peanut-Allergic Kids Are More Likely to Be Exposed to Nuts at Home Than School

Parents, 28-Apr-15


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Peanut-allergic kids safer at school than at home

Zee News (India), 28-Apr-15


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Peanut-allergic children are more at risk of exposure at home than at school

Medical Xpress, 28-Apr-15


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Peanut-allergic children more at risk of exposure at home than at school

ScienceDaily, 28-Apr-15


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Children with peanut allergies are more likely to suffer a reaction at HOME than at school or when eating out

Daily Mail, 28-Apr-15


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Peanut-allergic kids safer at school than at home

Times of India, 28-Apr-15


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Peanut-allergic kids safer at school than at home

Business Standard, 28-Apr-15


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Homes 'most dangerous' for peanut allergies

NetDoctor, 28-Apr-15


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Peanut-allergic youth more likely to be exposed to peanuts at home

Clinical Advisor, 28-Apr-15


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Research could mean new hope for allergy sufferers

CKWS TV, 27-Apr-15


Featured researcher: A. Ellis


 


Asthma study says traffic can be a trigger

Georgia Straight, 22-Apr-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Air quality map shows Toronto’s most polluted neighbourhoods

Toronto Star, 21-Apr-15


Featured researcher: G. Evans


 


Air-quality project reveals Toronto’s most polluted neighbourhoods

MetroNews, 21-Apr-15


Featured researcher: G. Evans


 


Toronto’s vehicle pollution travels farther than previously thought: U of T

Global News, 21-Apr-15


Featured researcher: G. Evans


 


10 Biggest Pollen Allergy Questions

Allergic Living, 16-Apr-15


Featured researcher: A. Ellis


 


Canadian physicians group blames coal power for Edmonton's poor air quality

CBC News, 14-Apr-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Infant Gut Bacteria Could Be Predictor of Food Allergies

Peanutallergy.com, 30-Mar-15


Featured researcher: CHILD Study


 


Air Pollution: Killing us softly

IRIN, 27-Mar-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Smog should be considered a global health concern: UBC researcher

Metro News, 26-Mar-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Jolie can start a health conversation, but she mustn’t be the last word


Globe & Mail, 25-Mar-15


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Blowback to the ‘Angelina effect’ as experts warn Jolie’s decision leads to greater anxiety and unnecessary tests


National Post, 25-Mar-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Infant gut bacteria could predict risk for food allergies, study finds


CTV News, 25-Mar-15


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Researchers dig for answers in dirty diapers


Global News, 23-Mar-15


Featured researchers: M. Azad, A. Becker


 


New study gives hope to parents of children with allergies


Global News Winnipeg, 23-Mar-15


Featured researchers: M. Azad, A. Becker


 


Examining the connection between infant gut bacteria and food allergies


HealthCanal, 23-Mar-15


Featured researchers: M. Azad, A. Kozyrskyj


 


Babies’ diapers could be key to unlocking allergy mystery


Winnipeg Free Press, 23-Mar-15


Featured researchers: M. Azad, A. Kozyrskyj, J. Scott


 


Air Pollution, a Slow and Silent Killer


NDTV, 23-Mar-15


Featured researcher: M. Brauer


 


Real-time air data okay, with rider


Economic Times (India), 20-Mar-15


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Foul Delhi air may be driving people to suicide


Economic Times (India), 12-Mar-15


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Cold or allergies? Allergist Dr. Donald Stark weighs in


CBC, 12-Mar-15


Featured researcher: D. Stark


 


Local doctors’ work has big benefits


Winnipeg Free Press, 10-Mar-15


Featured researcher: M. Azad


 


Timothy Caulfield discusses his new book


GlobalNews, 9-Mar-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Gut bacteria could predict food allergies


FoodNavigator.com, 9-Mar-15


Featured researchers: M. Azad, A. Kozyrskyj


 


Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop, and celeb culture examined in Edmonton author’s book


Times Colonist, 6-Mar-15


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Edmonton author Timothy Caulfield challenges Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘Goop’


Global News, 6-Mar-15


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Canadian author aims to debunk Gwyneth Paltrow’s health advice


Toronto Star, 6-Mar-15


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Infant gut bacteria holds clues about developing future food allergies


Metro News, 5-Mar-15


Featured researchers: M. Azad, A. Kozyrskyj


 


Infants’ gut bacteria linked to food sensitization


Medical News Today, 5-Mar-15


Featured researchers: M. Azad, A. Kozyrskyj


 


Infant Gut Bacteria Linked To Later Food Sensitization


MedicalResearch.com, 4-Mar-15


Featured researcher:A. Kozyrskyj


 


Babies’ gut bacteria could predict food allergies: study


Edmonton Sun, 4-Mar-15


Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj


 


Infant gut bacteria and food sensitization: Associations in the first year of life


Medical Xpress, 4-Mar-15


Featured researchers: M. Azad, A. Kozyrskyj


 


Study sheds new light on factors causing pediatric food allergies


lab Product News, 4-Mar-15


Featured researchers: M. Azad, A. Kozyrskyj


 


Could giving peanuts to infants decrease allergy incidence?


Montreal Gazette, 3-Mar-15


Featured researcher: B. Mazer


 


Annual recurrence rate of anaphylaxis in kids is nearly 30%


Pediatric News, 26-Feb-15


Featured researcher: A. O’Keefe


 


Cracking the peanut allergy


National Post, 26-Feb-15


Featured researcher: B. Mazer


 


New thinking on peanut allergies


CTV News, 26-Feb-15


Featured researcher: P. Keith


 


New studies provide hope (but no cure) for peanut allergy sufferers


Toronto Star, 25-Feb-15


Featured researcher: S. Waserman


 


Allergy season is creeping up on us: SFU prof creating a database to help predict who may develop severe problems


News 1130, 24-Feb-15


Featured researcher: F. Brinkman


 


Reducing Peanut Allergy Risk in Children


CTV News, 24-Feb-15


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Preventing peanut allergies


Ontario Morning, CBC Radio, 24-Feb-15


Featured researcher: P. Keith


 


Peanut allergies can be reduced in high-risk children, study suggests


CBC News, 23-Feb-15


Featured researcher: S. Waserman


 


Hollywood crock-buster: From detox programs to v-steams, celebs are steering us wrong


Winnipeg Free Press, 21-Feb-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Health experts question lack of crackdown on ‘homeopathic vaccines’


Globe & Mail, 17-Feb-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Diagnosed with asthma as a child, Meghan Azad now conducts research into the disease


Winnipeg Free Press/WAVE Magazine, 06-Feb-15


Featured researchers: M. Azad, A. Becker, A. Kozyrskyj, J. Scott


 


Health Professionals Warn Against Trending Celebrity Pseudoscience


CBS, 6-Feb-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Thinking Critically – University of Alberta prof fights celeb pseudoscience


Yorkton This Week, 4-Feb-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Beyoncé v Elizabeth Taylor. Whose diet will you choose?


Irish Times, 4-Feb-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Don’t steam your vagina, don’t listen to Gwyneth Paltrow


National Post, 3-Feb-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Timothy Caulfield debunks celebrity health trends, from gluten-free diets to colon cleanses


Toronto Star, 29-Jan-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Timothy Caulfield on debunking Gwyneth Paltrow


Quill & Quire, 27-Jan-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Qu'est-ce qu'une allergie?

ici Radio Canada, 24-Jan-15


Featured researcher: P. Bégin


 


Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong about Everything? examines celebrity-science clash


Edmonton Journal, 23-Jan-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Celebrity Exposure: An Interview With Timothy Caulfield


Readers Digest, January 2015


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Half of Adults Not Using Epinephrine in Reactions, Study Finds


Allergic Living, 22-Jan-15


Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan


 


Child’s Best Friend: The Dog Unleashed as the Surprising Allergy Preventer


Allergic Living, 22-Jan-15


Featured researcher: M. Sears


 


Pseudoscience meets pop culture


Varsity, 19-Jan-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Is Gwyneth Paltrow a sage or witch-doctor?


Globe & Mail, 16-Jan-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything? A Q&A with the author


Ottawa Citizen, 15-Jan-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Gwyneth Paltrow and celebrity diets are not the key to health


CBC Radio: The Current, 14-Jan-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Diesel exhaust: danger to DNA


Radio Canada International, 14-Jan-15


Featured researcher: C. Carlsten


 


Is Gwenyth Paltrow Wrong About Everything?


Global News, 12-Jan-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Celeb health advice: When fame trumps science


Metro News, 12-Jan-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield


 


Canada fares poorly on children’s health rankings


Times Colonist, 12-Jan-15


Featured researcher: N. Letourneau


 


Diesel Exhaust Fumes May Harm Genes


Microfinance Monitor (India), 9-Jan-15


Featured researcher: C. Carlsten


 


Just two hours of exposure to diesel fumes can harm genes


Hindustan Times (India), 9-Jan-15


Featured researcher: C. Carlsten


 


Diesel exhaust a danger after 2 hours, indicates UBC study


Huffington Post, 8-Jan-15


Featured researcher: C. Carlsten


 


UBC study says exhaust fumes can change DNA


Global News, 8-Jan-15


Featured researcher: C. Carlsten


 


Breathing in diesel exhaust leads to changes ‘deep under the hood’


Science Daily, 8-Jan-15


Featured researcher: C. Carlsten


 


U of M professors win award for study on infant gut bacteria


UManitoba News, 08-Jan-15


Featured researchers: M. Azad, A. Becker, A. Kozyrskyj, J. Scott


 


Infant gut bacteria study among the most highly-cited articles in 2014


UManitoba News, 08-Jan-15


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


 


Breathing diesel exhaust induces DNA changes, study finds


Vancouver Sun, 7-Jan-15


Featured researcher: C. Carlsten


 


Air pollution can cause harm to DNA, UBC study finds


Globe & Mail, 7-Jan-15


Featured researcher: C. Carlsten


 


Breathing in diesel exhaust leads to changes “deep under the hood”


UBC News, 7-Jan-15


Featured researcher: C. Carlsten


 


Canada is 17th in children’s health. We can do much better


Globe & Mail, 7-Jan-15


Featured researcher: N. Letourneau


 


How Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘Goop’ is duping us


Maclean’s, 4-Jan-15


Featured researcher: T. Caulfield