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MEDIA COVERAGE

2017

Peanut And Food Allergy Linked To Your Genes

Exclusive Facts, 21-October-2017

Featured researcher: D. Daley

 

Genes Could Play a Role in Development of Peanut Allergy, Study Finds

Allergic Living, 19-October-2017

Featured researcher: D. Daley

 

New genetic risk factors for food allergy identified

The Nation (Pakistan), 16-October-2017

Featured researcher: D. Daley

 

Research-treatment model puts B.C. Children’s Hospital at forefront of ‘precision medicine’

Vancouver Sun, 13-October-2017

Featured researcher: S. Turvey

 

Scientists find gene link to peanut allergy

Herald Scotland, 13-October-2017

Featured researcher: D. Daley

 

A Study of 1,850 People Just Uncovered a Genetic Link to One of the Most Common Allergies on Earth

Inc.com, 13-October-2017

Featured researcher: D. Daley

 

Smoke from California’s wildfires will harm people beyond the flames’ reach

The Verge, 12-October-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Scientists Have Identified A Key Gene Linked To Peanut Allergies

IFL Science, 12-October-2017

Featured researcher: D. Daley

 

If you have a nut allergy like Caleb does, the secret may be in your genes

Global News, 12-October-2017

Featured researcher: D. Daley

 

Peanut Allergy News: Research Confirms ESMY Gene as the Culprit

Christan Post, 12-October-2017

Featured researcher: D. Daley

 

Eating for mental health: the gut-brain connection

CTV, 11-October-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Calcium lets T cells use sugar to multiply and fight infection

Eureka!Alert, 11-October-2017

Featured researcher: S. Turvey

 

Peanut Allergy Gene: Scientists Find DNA Cause Behind Nut Allergies

International Business Times, 11-October-2017

Featured researcher: D. Daley

 

Canadian researchers discover a new gene associated with peanut allergies

City TV, 11-October-2017

Featured researcher: D. Daley

 

New genetic clue to peanut allergy

Medical Express, 11-October-2017

Featured researcher: D. Daley

 

Genes play role in peanut allergies, study suggests

CTV, 11-October-2017

Featured researcher: D. Daley

 

It runs in the family: Study shows peanut allergies are linked to genes

Metro, 11-October-2017

Featured researcher: D. Daley

 

Peanut allergy gene discovery could lead to early diagnosis

Vancouver Sun, 10-October-2017

Featured researchers: E. Chan, D. Daley

 

Science, polarized thinking and health policy: a bad mix

Globe & Mail, 5-October-2017

Featured researcher:T. Caulfield

 

Good germs lurk in gross places

Science News for Students, 5-October-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Moms Can Lower Kid’s Peanut Allergy Risk From First Meal

Newser, 4-October-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Microbiome Insights recognized in BCIC-New Ventures Competition: Growth shows demand for capitalizing on potential of microbiome

Business Insider, 3-October-2017

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame honours excellence in health in Canada: announcing the 2018 inductees

Newswire, 3-October-2017

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

Debunking the latest fads – Which health trends are worth your time

CBC, 2-October-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Scientists are trying to figure out how parents’ first decisions might change a baby’s health

Popular Science, 29-September-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Shameful Media Response to the Samueli’s Visionary $200-Million Integrative Health Investment at UC Irvine

Huffington Post, 28-September-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Influence of C-section, formula feeding and antibiotics on infant gut microbiome

Science Daily, 28-September-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Eating Peanuts During Breastfeeding May Reduce Allergy Risks in Kids

NDTV, 27-September-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Peanut allergy risk SLASHED if parents do THIS simple trick during infancy

Express, 27-September-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study shows eating peanuts while breastfeeding reduces allergy risks later

Deccan Chronicle, 27-September-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Eating peanuts while breastfeeding could protect babies from allergy, study suggests

Telegraph, 27-September-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Peanuts and the all the other things to eat that will give a baby a head start

Telegraph, 27-September-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

New mothers SHOULD eat peanuts while breastfeeding and introduce them to their baby to avoid developing allergies later in life, claims study

Mail Online, 27-September-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Researchers explore how C-section, formula feeding, and antibiotics alter infant’s gut microbiome

News Medical, 26-September-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Pinpointing the early changes to gut bacteria that can lead to health problems later

CNBC, 26-September-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Food Allergies Potentially Linked to Infant Bottle-Feeding and Gut Microbiome

GEN News, 26-September-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Influence of C-section, formula feeding and antibiotics on infant gut microbiome

Medical Xpress, 26-September-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Study Backs Theory that Early is Better

Allergic Living, Fall 2017

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Are Artificial Sweeteners Good For You?

Innovation Hub, 22-September-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Hormones in breast milk may prevent infant obesity: study

CTV, 21-September-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

The artificial benefits of artificial sweeteners

Australian Financial Review, 19-September-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Allergy alert: Why aren’t life-saving injectors everywhere in public?

CTV, 18-September-2017

Featured researcher: S. Waserman

 

Eating Peanuts While Breastfeeding May Help Prevent Future Allergies In Kids — So Yeah, Eat Those Reese’s

Romper, 13-September-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Infants who consume peanuts from breast milk less likely to develop allergies: Study

Metro, 13-September-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Infants who consume peanuts from breast milk less likely to develop allergies: Study

Metro, 13-September-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study shows eating peanuts while breastfeeding may reduce risk of allergies

CBC, 13-September-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Mother eating peanuts while breastfeeding could help prevent allergies in child: Manitoba study

Winnipeg Free Press, 12-September-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Air fresheners – bad for our health?

European Cleaning Journal, 13-September-2017

Featured researcher: A. Ellis

 

How to treat and reduce irritation from mould allergies

Weather Network, 12-September-2017

Featured researcher: S. Waserman

 

Goop-debunker buoyed

Hamilton Spectator, 10-September-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland announces $52.6 million for U of T scientists

UofT News, 8-September-2017

Featured researcher: M. Diamond

 

Goop-debunker buoyed by renewed attack on Gwyneth Paltrow’s wellness brand

Huffington Post, 4-September-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Timothy Caulfield Vs. Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘Goop’ Credibility Battle Weighs On

Huffington Post, 4-September-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Preventing heart attacks to opioid overdoses to increasing fat in your diet

Hamilton Spectator, 1-September-2017

Featured researcher: S. Anand

 

Even more evidence that we’re eating all wrong

Popular Science, 30-August-2017

Featured researcher: S. Anand

 

Having pets helps babies later in life, according to University of Alberta research

CBC, 30-August-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Researchers find combination therapy works best for heart diseases

Medical Xpress, 28-August-2017

Featured researcher: S. Anand

 

Watchdog group blasts Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop for ‘deceptive’ health claims

CBC, 25-August-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Reality Check: The Facts Beyond the Hype over Peanut Allergy and Probiotics

Allergic Living, 25-August-2017

Featured researcher: M. Jordana, S. Waserman

 

Combatting the spread of anti-vaccination sentiment

OUPblog, 22-August-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Researcher’s award something to sneeze at

The Kingston Whig-Standard, 14-August-2017

Featured researcher: A. Ellis

 

Innovative science research in Canada is dying a silent death

McLean’s, 9-August-2017

Featured researcher: K. McNagny

 

Kelowna’s air quality is worse than Hong Kong’s today

Kelowna Now, 9-August-2017

Featured researcher: C. Carlsten

 

Smoky summer skies a new reality for B.C.

Metro, 9-August-2017

Featured researcher: C. Carlsten

 

Air pollution experts warn of smokier B.C. cities in future as climate changes

Straight, 9-August-2017

Featured researcher: C. Carlsten

 

Diet Soda Linked to Weight Gain, Not Weight Loss

Olive Oil Times, 8-August-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Lingering smoke shouldn’t cause any long-term health effects

Global News, 7-August-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Modification of genes in human embryos could mark turning point in human evolution

Globe & Mail, 7-August-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

How to stay safe in smoky air: Tips from health experts

CBC, 3-August-2017

Featured researcher: C. Carlsten

 

Mainstream medicine is partly to blame for the ridiculous ‘treatments’ Goop promotes

STAT, 2-August-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

B.C. wildfires cause light orange haze over Vancouver in wake of air quality advisory

Straight, 1-August-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer, C. Carlsten

 

Artificial Sweeteners Linked to Higher BMI, Cardiometabolic Risk

MedScape, 31-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Is Dirty Air The Cure For Climate Change?

Huffington Post, 31-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Call for action on unproven stem cell therapies

CBC, 29-July-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Biobank regulations could give Alberta researchers a leg up

Edmonton Journal, 27-July-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Scientists raise ethics alarm over use of DNA for research

Wired, 26-July-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Biobanking Has a Consent Dilemma

The Scientist, 25-July-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

It’s war! Debunkers take on Gwyneth Paltrow’s GOOP and celebrity pseudoscience

CBC, 22-July-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Unapproved stem-cell treatments touted on federal database ClinicalTrials.gov, study says

Washington Post, 19-July-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

The Canadian doctor who’s taking on Gwyneth’s Goop

Hamilton Spectator, 19-July-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

6 Reasons Why Letting Your Children Get Dirty Is a Great Idea

HuffPost (UK), 19-July-2017

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

Metro Vancouver issues air quality advisory as a result of B.C. wildfires

Straight, 18-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer, C. Carlsten

 

Let them eat food off the floor, play in the soil!

Daily Mail, 18-July-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Artificial sweeteners may not be risk free

Times of India, 18-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

New study links sweeteners with weight gain and increased risk of diabetes

Spectator, 18-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study suggests link between artificial sweeteners and weight gain

Fox, 18-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Strong maternal bonds may help reduce childhood skin disease that can lead to asthma

UToday, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: N. Letourneau

 

Meet the doctor taking on Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop

Metro, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

University of Manitoba study urges caution in use of artificial sweeteners

Edmonton Journal, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial sweeteners linked to risk of weight gain, heart disease and other health issues

Science Daily, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial Sweeteners Won’t Help You Lose Weight, According to a Sad but Important New Study

Fortune, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial sweeteners: Dietary saint or sinner?

Belfast Telegraph, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial sweeteners may not be healthy sugar alternative: U of M study

Winnipeg Free Press, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

The Irony Of Artificial Sweeteners

Forbes, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study: Artificial Sweeteners May Still Cause Weight Gain

CBS News, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial sweeteners linked to weight gain over time, review of studies says

ABC News, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Brainstorm Health Daily: That artificial sweetener may not be helping you lose weight

Fortune, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial Sweeteners In Diet Fizzy Drinks May Be Making You Gain Weight

Huffington Post, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial sweeteners WON’T help you lose weight

Mail Online, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Diet coke could be making you FAT: Artificial sweeteners linked to risk of weight gain

Mirror, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial sweeteners linked to weight gain finds new research

Independent, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

New evidence further links artificial sweeteners to weight gain

Washington Times, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Low-Calorie Sweeteners May Contribute to Weight Gain

Consumer Reports, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial Sweeteners Don’t Help People Lose Weight, Review Finds

NPR, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Low-calorie sugar substitutes won’t help you lose weight — and may lead you to gain pounds

Business Insider, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial sweeteners are tied to long-term weight gain, diabetes risk, Canadian docs say

Global News, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial sweeteners ‘may be making people fat and increase risk of diabetes’

The Sun, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial Sweeteners Have Little or No Benefit to Health, Researchers Conclude

LiveScience, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Sugar substitutes associated with weight gain and health problems, study says

Globe & Mail, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Fake sugars linked to obesity, heart disease

Toronto Star, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Fake sugars linked to obesity, heart disease

National Post, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Why caution may be warranted when consuming artificial sweeteners

CBC, 17-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Artificial Sweeteners Are Linked to Weight Gain—Not Weight Loss

TIME, 16-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Sorry, Gwyneth Paltrow. Science will always beat goopy junk

Globe & Mail, 14-July-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

This Doctor Says Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop Promotes Bullshit. Goop Just Clapped Back.

BuzzFeed, 13-July-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Their water poisoned, fed up residents demand answers about toxic fire foam

CBC, 13-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Diamond

 

When opinion trumps evidence, public health is at risk

MacLeans, 12-July-2017

Featured researcher: N. Letourneau

 

UBC study provides roadmap for attracting cyclists

Metro, 11-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Public health at risk when opinion trumps evidence

The Conversation, 11-July-2017

Featured researcher: N. Letourneau

 

Introducing Milk, Egg and Peanut to Babies Protects Against Food Allergies, Study Finds

Allergic Living, 11-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Drinking sugary beverages in pregnancy linked to kids’ later weight gain

Science News, 10-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

B.C. wildfires and floods show climate chaos is upon us

Straight, 8-July-2017

Featured researcher: C. Carslten, M. Brauer

 

Air Quality Advisory For Metro Vancouver

CKNW, 7-July-2017

Featured researcher: C. Carslten

 

Naturopaths not ‘real’ doctors, despite video claims they are ‘medically trained’: critics

National Post, 6-July-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Diet drinks can cause babies to be overweight

CTV, 5-July-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

CIHR-IHDCYH invests in new reproductive, child and maternal health projects

CIHR, 28-June-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad, W. Ungar

 

B.C.’s official tree a source of health problems for many in forest industry

Times Colonist, 28-June-2017

Featured researcher: C. Carlsten

 

UBC finds potential biomarker for a surprising health hazard

UBC News, 24-June-2017

Featured researcher: C. Carlsten, S. Tebbutt

 

Freezing frenzy: Cryotherapy makes big promises despite dearth of evidence

CBC, 24-June-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Stop those naturopaths who spread anti-vaxxer myths

Globe & Mail, 24-June-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

When Should Babies Be Introduced To Peanuts, Eggs and Cow’s Milk?

Medical Research, 19-June-2017

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

High Priestess of hokum

Daily Mail, 17-June-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Study finds delayed food introduction increases risk of sensitization

Hamilton Spectator, 12-June-2017

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

‘Feed babies peanuts, eggs and cow’s milk before a year old to protect against allergies’ says new research

Mirror (UK), 11-June-2017

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Delaying the introduction of food in infants increases the risk of sensitization, research says

Reports healthcare, 10-June-2017

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

No tax break for natural remedies, Edmonton tax court rules

CBC, 9-June-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Goop-Busters: The Health Pros Debunking Gwyneth Paltrow’s Fake Science

Vocativ, 9-June-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Here’s why you must introduce milk products, eggs and peanuts early to newborns

Hindustan Times, 9-June-2017

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Introduce egg, peanut early to newborns to prevent asthma

Catch News, 9-June-2017

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Feeding eggs and peanuts to newborns can keep asthma at bay: study

Deccan Chronicle, 9-June-2017

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Asthma prevented by feeding eggs and peanuts to newborns

Asian Age, 9-June-2017

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Don’t avoid giving your baby peanuts, eggs and milk

Mail Online, 9-June-2017

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Why babies should be given cow milk products, peanuts and eggs at an early age?

IndiaTV, 9-June-2017

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Delayed food introduction increases risk of sensitization, study finds

Science Daily, 8-June-2017

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Delayed food introduction may increase likelihood of allergy in later childhood

News Medical, 8-June-2017

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Don’t delay introducing allergenic foods, suggests study

RCI, 8-June-2017

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Starving research means less crucial innovation: scientists

Globe & Mail, 8-June-2017

Featured researcher: K. McNagny

 

Where’s the village? Why parents should ask for more help raising kids

Global News, 6-June-2017

Featured researcher: N. Letourneau

 

Tiny air pollutants inflame airways and harm heart

Science News for Students, 31-May-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Give cities some breathing space

Arab News, Pakistan Observer, 26-May-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Simple Ways to Reduce Your Exposure to Airborne Pollution

Alternet, 26-May-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

The direct-to-consumer genetic testing fog

Policy Options, 25-May-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Science must move beyond marches to impact policy

University Affairs, 15-May-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

How meditation can change your body’s response to stress

CBC, 14-May-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

In Antwerp, Scientists Convert Air Pollution To Energy

Progress, 11-May-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

When it comes to vitamin supplements, more isn’t always better

Washington Post, 8-May-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

PureTech Health Announces Licensing Agreement between Commense and the University of British Columbia for Microbiome-Derived Therapy

Business Wire, 5-May-2017

Featured researcher: B. Finlay, S. Turvey

 

BC University has signed a licensing agreement with Commonsense for a treatment of asthma and other allergic conditions

Global University Venturing, 5-May-2017

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

Turns out breastfeeding could be the key to preventing asthma in kids

The Loop, 3-May-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Got milk; need answers: New research looks at breast milk in asthma prevention

Canadian Lung Association Blog, 3-May-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

More breastfeeding, less wheezing: Year-long study finds breastfed babies reap rewards

CBC, 2-May-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Babies who are breastfed longer are less likely to wheeze: study

CTV, 2-May-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

More breastfeeding, less wheezing: Year-long study finds breastfed babies reap rewards

Yahoo News, 2-May-2017

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Reducing the Risk of Asthma in Children

Consumer Reports, 2-May-2017

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

Second Opinion: A dietary dust-up over saturated fat story

CBC, 30-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Record levels of toxic flame retardants found in college dorms

Newsweek, 27-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: M. Diamond

 

Transit workers demand meeting with TTC over subway pollution

Toronto Star, 25-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Sorry, vegetarians. A new study says eating green won’t lower your risk of early death

National Post, 20-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Scent linked to kids’ asthma

theWhig, 17-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Ellis

 

Study: Human deaths associated with global trade and air pollution

Ubyssey, 14-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

This One Thing Lowers Risk of Allergies and Obesity in Babies (Hint: It Barks)

Reader’s Digest, 14-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Moms With Pets May Have Healthier Babies, According To New Study

Bustle, 14-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Do pets really give babies a health boost?

The Week UK, 13-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

A common household item could be to blame for your child’s allergy, says new study

CHED 630, 11-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Ellis

 

Local study finds link between air fresheners and respiratory problems

CKWS, 11-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Ellis

 

Pets Help Kids Build Immunity Even Before They’re Born, Study Finds

Health, 11-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Getting a Puppy While You’re Pregnant Could Have Perks for Your Future Baby

Yahoo News, 10-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

How owning a pet could protect your baby from allergies and obesity

NetDoctor, 10-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Furry Friends Could Help Prevent Allergies and Obesity in Babies

Mental Floss, 10-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Exposing Children To Pets Can Help Reduce Allergies Over Time

Huffington Post, 10-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Why owning a pet could protect your baby from obesity and allergies

WBIR, 10-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Women who have dogs have healthier babies, according to research

Metro, 10-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Why women with dogs actually have healthier babies (yes, really)

Marie Claire, 10-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

OBESITY AND ALLERGIES: DOES HAVING A DOG AS A CHILD REDUCE THE RISK?

Quebec Times, 9-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Why loving dogs is good for your health, study shows

New Zealand Herald, 9-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Pets into Your House May Protect Your Baby from Obesity and Allergies

Indian Tribune, 9-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Scientists uncover link between owning a pet dog and having a healthy baby

Scottish Daily Record, 8-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

PET OWNERSHIP TIED TO FEWER ALLERGIES AND LOWER BMI IN CHILDREN, STUDY SUGGESTS

Mirror Daily, 8-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Exposure to pets may reduce allergies and obesity, says new research

British Journal, 8-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Pet exposure might help protect babies from allergies and obesity: study

CTV, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Having a Pet in the Family Could Help Prevent Obesity and Allergies in Children

Science Alert, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

How Pets Can Improve Your Health

Medical Daily, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Early exposure to furry pets can help prevent allergies and obesity

Consumer Affairs, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Good dogs: Study says pooches can help reduce allergies, obesity in kids

Metro, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Pets Protect Kids From Allergies and Obesity

NewsMax, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Having a dog could lower your baby’s risk of allergies and obesity

New York Daily News, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Could having a pet reduce obesity and allergies in children?

Global News, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Babies raised with pets have lower risk of allergies, obesity

Edmonton Journal, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Why loving dogs is good for your health

Daily Mail, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Having a Pet in the Family Could Help Prevent Obesity and Allergies in Children

Science Alert, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Pets alter infants’ microbiota to lower risk of allergies, obesity

Medical News Today, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Why owning a pet could protect your baby from obesity and allergies

USA Today, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Having a Pet Early in Life May Lower Risk of Allergy, Obesity

Nature World News, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Having a dog at home can protect kids from allergy and obesity, finds study

Hindustan Times, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Why owning a pet dog can help parents have a healthy baby

Irish Mirror, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Why owning a pet dog can help parents have a healthy baby

Mirror, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Exposure to pets may reduce allergies and obesity

UPI, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Study suggests pet exposure might help protect babies from allergies, obesity

CBC, 7-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Pet exposure might help protect from allergies, obesity: study

CTV, 6-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Pet exposure may reduce allergy and obesity

Science Daily, 6-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Babies raised with pets have lower risk of allergies, obesity: University of Alberta study

Edmonton Sun, 6-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 


Families breathe easier with take home medical equipment

CTV, 6-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: D. Adamko

 

Suzanne Tough and Nicole Letourneau: Mentorship programs for youth see results

Province, 6-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: N. Letoureau

 

Sugar isn’t sweet for healthy lifestyles, say Hamilton public officials

Hamilton News, 4-Apr-2017

Featured researcher: S. Anand

 

Microbiome: Puppy power

Nature Outlook, 30-Mar-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Science Confirms Why Dogs Really Are the Best

Men’s Health, 30-Mar-2017

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Qu’est ce qu’on cherche?

ICI Manitoba, 30-Mar-2017

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

How your cheap Chinese-made products may be killing thousands in China

USA Today, 29-Mar-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Canadians export pollution, death when we buy from poor economies

Vancouver Sun, 29-Mar-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Dirty air from global trade kills at home and abroad

Rapid City Journal, 29-Mar-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

PM’s prize ‘pinnacle’ for Dunedin Study

Otago Daily Times, 22-Mar-2017

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Prestigious financial award for world-famous Dunedin Study

NZ Herald, 21-Mar-2017

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Dunedin Study wins PM’s $500k Science Prize

Radio NZ, 21-Mar-2017

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Keep sugary drinks out of city facilities, public health experts say

CBC, 21-Mar-2017

Featured researcher: S. Anand

 

Health advocates ask council to protect Hamilton kids from sugary drinks

Hamilton Spectator, 20-Mar-2017

Featured researcher: S. Anand

 

Gwyneth Paltrow could be hazardous to your health

New York Post, 12-Mar-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Why is it so hard for mothers to breastfeed in Canada?

Troy Media, 8-Mar-2017

Featured researcher: N. Letourneau

 

‘Scientific quackery’: UBC study says it’s debunked controversial MS procedure

CBC, 8-Mar-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Precision Credulity: How Specious Genetic Tests Might Motivate Real Behavior Change

Forbes, 3-Mar-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

How your unborn baby’s sex could impact your health

Global News, 26-Feb-2017

Featured researchers: A. Ellis, P. Keith

 

Exposing kids to dirt may prevent conditions like asthma, says UBC researcher

CanTech Letter, 25-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

Attention parents: let the germs in

Toronto Sun, 25-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

Exposure to Bacteria, Fungi, and Viruses Could Influence Childhood Asthma Risk

Consumer Reports, 24-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

Worldwide study links air pollution to ‘substantial risk’ of premature births

South China Morning Post, 24-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Certain bacteria protect against a disease that is a growing threat

The Economist, 23-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

Air pollution affects preterm birthrates globally, study finds

Washington Post, 23-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Experts say Regina can breathe easy, despite reports of high pollution

CBC, 23-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Queen’s researchers find quicker way to treat grass allergies

CKWS, 23-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: A. Ellis

 

Yeast Found in Babies’ Guts Increases Risk of Asthma

LabManager, 21-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

Yeast found in babies’ guts increases risk of asthma

EurekaAlert, 17-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

Dirty Air Will Doom Us To Early Death

MilleniumPost, 16-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Air Pollution Caused 1.1 Million Premature Deaths In India During 2015, Global Report Suggests

TechTimes, 15-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

The world’s deadliest air kills more than 1 million people a year in India, study finds

Ottawa Citizen, 14-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Ritter Pharmaceuticals Announces Collaboration with University of British Columbia to Explore Development of Microbiome Therapeutics in Environmental Enteropathy

MarketWired, 13-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

UofT/Metrolinx study identifies diesel exhaust hazards

RailwayAge, 9-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: G. Evans

 

Diesel trains may expose passengers to exhaust

Science Daily, 8-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: G. Evans

 

Ride the GO train? You could be breathing in diesel fumes, researchers say

CBC, 7-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: G. Evans

 

Émissions potentiellement cancérigènes à bord de trains GO

Radio Canada, 7-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: G. Evans

 

GO Transit passengers at risk for exposure to diesel exhaust

Toronto Star, 7-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: G. Evans

 

Some GO train riders exposed to elevated levels of diesel exhaust: UofT study

CTV Toronto, 7-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: G. Evans

 

Commuter train passengers may be exposed to high levels of diesel exhaust

CTV, 7-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: G. Evans

 

Some GO train riders exposed to elevated levels of diesel exhaust, study finds

CP24, 7-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: G. Evans

 

GO Trains in “pull mode” expose nearby passengers to higher levels of detrimental diesel exhaust, says study

AM640, 7-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: G. Evans

 

Diesel trains may expose passengers to exhaust

UofT Engineering News, 7-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: G. Evans

 

Is Tom Brady’s diet — no nightshades or fruit — the secret behind his success?

National Post, 7-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

New Delhi clinic makes stem cell claims that worry experts

National Post, 5-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Tom Brady and vagina eggs

Policy Options, 2-Feb-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Canada’s new arrivals develop new allergies, study finds

CBC, 28-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: H. Sbihi

 

UBC study finds allergy rates among immigrants increase the longer they settle

Vancouver Sun, 27-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: H. Sbihi

 

UBC study shows nonfood allergy rates among immigrants increase over time

Georgia Straight, 27-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: H. Sbihi

 

Allergy rates among new immigrants increase the longer they live in Canada

Indo-Canadian Voice, 27-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: H. Sbihi

 

Deepak Chopra, Timothy Caulfield end Twitter feud

CBC, 26-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Can breakfast help keep us thin?

lfPress, 19-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

McDonald’s Canada adding nuts to menu, angering many with food allergies

Globe & Mail, 17-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: S. Waserman

 

Study finds 33 percent of adults recently diagnosed with asthma do not have it

EurekaAlert, 17-Jan-2017

Featured researchers: C. Lemiere, I. Mayers, L-P. Boulet

 

When inequality in Canada goes up, child well-being goes down

Hamilton Spectator, 17-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: N. LeTourneau

 

Peanut Allergies: An interview with Dr. Anne Ellis

CKWS News, 13-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: A. Ellis

 

Celebrities in the oilsands: The visits continue but do they have an impact?

CBC, 12-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Gluten-free baby: When parents ignore science

MacLeans, 11-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Should parents be punished for not vaccinating? Doctors told to call child welfare in ‘exceptional circumstances’

National Post, 11-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

In 2017, let’s take back science!

Policy Options, 11-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Doctors Hate Him! The One Weird Trick That Gave Us President Trump

Daily Beast, 10-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

A Road You Can Just About See

Outlook Magazine, 9-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

The value of indigenous people

Toronto Star, 8-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: N. Letourneau

 

Alternative medicine clinics often tout ‘treatments’ for allergy, asthma

Fox News, 6-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

How to give babies peanut-based foods to cut allergy risk

CBC, 5-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: S. Waserman

 

Alternative medicine clinics often tout ‘treatments’ for allergy, asthma

Reuters, 5-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Meals to help you eat well and feel well

Toronto Star, 4-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Start the New Year with food that makes you happy

Metro, 3-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Indigenous people are not the ‘ghosts of history’

Toronto Star, 2-Jan-2017

Featured researcher: N. Letourneau

 

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