AllerGen in the News

Review local, national and international media coverage by year:

2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010

MEDIA COVERAGE

2018

Probiotics probably aren’t making you well, and they could make you sicker

CBC, 2-November-2018

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

Goop-age wellness: Why are people so desperate to feel good?

Global News, 1-November-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Climate change is a global health emergency

Troy Media, 24-October-2018

Featured researcher: T. Takaro

 

Science a tough sell in a world full of miracle cures, says U of A health skeptic

Folio, 16-October-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

How allergies relate to your daily work commute

Weather Network, 15-October-2018

Featured researcher: S. Waserman

 

Science close to uncovering the ‘molecular scars’ of child abuse

Calgary Herald, 13-October-2018

Featured researcher: M. Kobor

 

Academics fight back against junk science, health scams

University Affairs, 12-October-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

People rarely outgrow seafood allergies

Business Insider, 9-October-2018

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

People rarely outgrow seafood allergies

Reuters, 9-October-2018

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Rogue Doctors and Boundaries

MedPage Today, 4-October-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

‘Household disinfectants can cause obesity in children’

Punch, 3-October-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Could household disinfectants be making our children fat?

Harvard Health Blog, 3-October-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Child Health Research Days: Breastfeeding

Global News, 2-October-2018

Featured researcher: K. Miliku (CHILD)

 

Child abuse leaves molecular ‘scars’ in DNA of victims’ sperm, new study suggests

Independent, 2-October-2018

Featured researcher: M. Kobor

 

Sexual abuse during childhood leaves ‘molecular scars’ in DNA of victims, new study reveals

Irish Sun, 2-October-2018

Featured researcher: M. Kobor

 

Child sex abuse may leave ‘molecular scars’ on DNA which could be used as evidence in court, new study finds

Telegraph, 2-October-2018

Featured researcher: M. Kobor

 

EpiPen shortage leaves those with life-threatening allergies scrambling

McGill tribune, 2-October-2018

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

THE BREASTFEEDING-ASTHMA LINK

Physician’s Weekly, 27-September-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

A user’s guide to Timothy Caulfield, the University of Alberta’s very public intellectual

Edmonton Journal, 25-September-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Indigenous Moms Are More Likely To Have Postpartum Depression: Canadian Study

Huffington Post, 25-September-2018

Featured researcher: C. Dharma (CHILD)

 

Milk straight from mom’s breast is best for baby’s weight, study finds

Chicago Tribune, 25-September-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Breast Milk Directly from the Source is Best for your Baby

Miami Morning Star, 25-September-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Breastfeeding Linked to a Lower Risk of Obesity in Babies Than Pumping

People, 25-September-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Breastfeeding Promotes Healthier Baby Weight Than Pumped Breast Milk

Medical Daily, 25-September-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Babies exclusively breastfed are at less risk of obesity in their first year, study finds

Boston Globe, 25-September-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Breastfeeding is better for babies’ weight than pumped breast milk, according to a new study

Business Insider (Australia), 25-September-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Direct From Breast Better Than Expressed Milk for Infant Weight

MedScape, 25-September-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Disinfectant Cleaners Linked to Weight Gain in Infants and Toddlers

Environmental Working Group, 25-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Breastfeeding better for babies’ weight gain than pumping, new study says

CNN, 24-September-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Milk Straight From Breast Best for Baby’s Weight

HealthDay, 24-September-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Breastfeeding Better For Babies’ Weight Gain, Says Study

CBS, 24-September-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Babies Healthier When Breastfed Compared to Breast Milk In The Bottle, Shows Canadian Study

Advocator, 24-September-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Household Cleaners May Contribute to Overweight Kids

Manitoba Post, 22-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Epinephrine Underused in Study, But Teenagers Proved Surprising Exception

Allergic Living, 19-September-2018

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Household cleaning products can make children gain WEIGHT by altering their gut bacteria

Mirror, 19-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Beauty, household products cause breast cancer/obesity

Guardian, 18-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Goop is emblematic of growing pseudo-health movements

Gateway, 18-September-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Household disinfectants and childhood obesity

RCI, 18-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Do household cleaners make kids obese? Here’s why it’s too soon to tell.

Popular Science, 18-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household Cleaning Products Could Be Making Children Overweight: Canadian Study

Huffington Post, 18-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

How common household cleaners could make kids overweight

Independent Online, 18-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household cleaners may cause obesity in children (video)

City News, 18-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household cleaning products could be making children overweight

The Conversation, 18-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household disinfectants could alter gut bacteria in children and make them overweight

9News, 18-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household cleaners may alter kids’ gut flora, contribute to being overweight: study

London Free Press, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Using household disinfectants could be making your kids fat

USA Today, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household cleaners may alter kids’ gut flora, contribute to being overweight: study

Hamilton Spectator, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Are household disinfectants making kids overweight?

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Is your household cleaner making your child overweight? U of A study finds a link

CBC, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Home Cleaners Linked To Childhood Obesity (video)

CTV News, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Common Household Cleaning Products Are Linked To Childhood Obesity

ABC, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Study: Household Cleaners Could Lead to Childhood Obesity

US News, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household cleaners may alter kids’ gut flora and contribute to being overweight, says study

Toronto Star, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household cleaners can cause obesity in young children: U of A study

Edmonton Journal, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household cleaners may alter kids’ gut flora, contribute to being overweight: study

Globe and Mail, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household cleaners may alter kids’ gut flora, contribute to being overweight: study

CTV News, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household cleaning products may be making children fat, study suggests

Fox News, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Alberta study finds household cleaners may cause obesity in young children

Global News, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household cleaning products may contribute to kids’ obesity by altering their gut microbiota

TechExplorist, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household cleaning products may be making children FAT due to chemicals in detergents ‘altering bacteria in their guts’

Daily Mail, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household cleaners may trigger childhood obesity

CBC, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Study: Household products associated with overweight kids

UPI, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household disinfectants may be making children overweight, scientists find

Independent, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Children Could Be Overweight Because of Household Cleaning Products Altering their Gut Microbiota

Great Lakes Ledger, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Children Could Be Overweight From Frequent Exposure To Household Cleaning Products

Medical Daily, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Cleaning products ‘could be making children fat’

MSN, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Parents, Take Note! Household Cleaning Products May Make Your Kids Overweight

NEWS 18, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

HOUSEHOLD CLEANING PRODUCTS MIGHT BE MAKING YOUR CHILDREN FAT

Newsweek, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Beware! These Household Cleaning Products May Make Your Child Overweight

NDTV, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Cleaning Product Use Alters Infant Microbiome to Cause Obesity

GEN News, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household cleaners may cause obesity in young children: study

folio, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household cleaning products may contribute to kids’ overweight by altering their gut microbiota

Science Daily, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household disinfectants could be making kids overweight, study says

CNN, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

How common household cleaners could make kids overweight

News Medical, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Common household cleaners could make children overweight by changing gut microbiota

Business Standard, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household cleaners may make children overweight

COSMOS, 17-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Study: Household disinfectants could be making kids overweight

KEYT, 16-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Household Disinfectants Could be Making Kids Overweight, Study Says

Fox40, 16-September-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Breastfeeding (via Gut Microbiome) Impacts Risk of Overweight in Infants

Metagenetics Institute, September-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Reality check: What are probiotics good for?

Global News, 16-September-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Asthma can lead to stigmatization of young athletes

Waterloo News, 10-Sept-2018

Featured researcher: S. Elliott

 

‘Better safe than sorry’ when it comes to EpiPen use

Montreal Gazette, 10-Sept-2018

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Study shows people with severe allergies not using their EpiPens

CTV, 8-Sept-2018

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Moins de la moitié des gens allergiques utilisent leur EpiPen

CBC, 7-Sept-2018

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Life-saving epinepherine underused during anaphylaxis outside hospital, study finds

McGill, 7-Sept-2018

Featured researcher: M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Unique Sugars in Human Milk Cut Infant Food Allergies

Milk Genomics, August-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

How Misinfodemics Spread Disease

Atlantic, 30-August-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Langley woman’s petition calls for ban on smoking in condos

CBC, 28-August-2018

Featured researcher:C. Carlsten

 

In a world of buzzword parenting, what’s a parent to do?

Province, 28-August-2018

Featured researcher: N. Letourneau

 

Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop expanding to Canada — and some medical experts aren’t happy

Global News, 24-August-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Goop is making a push into Canada, and some critics aren’t happy about it

Globe and Mail, 23-August-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Smoky summers could become ‘new normal,’ experts say

Martlet, 22-August-2018

Featured researcher: C. Carlsten, M. Brauer

 

Protesters arrested at doctor-organized pipeline demonstration

CTV, 20-August-2018

Featured researcher: T. Takaro

 

Runners push through heat, smoke in training for Queen City Marathon

CBC, 19-August-2018

Featured researcher: C. Carlsten

 

What you need to know to survive the haze from B.C. wildfires

Global News, 16-August-2018

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Surgical masks offer little protection against wildfire smoke: UBC prof

Global News, 15-August-2018

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Stocking EpiPens at restaurants might reduce fatal allergic reactions

WHBL, 15-August-2018

Featured researcher: S. Waserman

 

Imagining a Healthy City of the Future

UBC, 13-August-2018

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Experts weigh pros and cons of low-calorie sweetened drinks

KFGO, 9-August-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

The multivitamin industry rakes in billions of dollars. But science says we’re not getting healthier.

NBC News, 7-August-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Cheating our way to a healthy life?

CityNews, 4-August-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Mixing science and art to make the truth more interesting than lies

The Conversation, 1-August-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

University of Alberta prof’s show debunking health myths picked up by Netflix

Global News, 31-July-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

U of A law professor’s show gets picked up by streaming giant Netflix

Edmonton Journal, 29-July-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Privacy concerns after 23andMe shares genetic data with major drugmaker

CTV, 27-July-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Gwyneth Paltrow Is Hiring A Goop Fact Checker, Internet Nominates Canadian Doctor Jen Gunter

Huffington Post, 26-July-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Preventing childhood asthma

Hospital News, 25-July-2018

Featured researcher: S. Turvey

 

Timothy Caulfield on Elle Macpherson, anti-Vaxx nonsense, and the opportunity to engage

BMJ Opinion, 20-July-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Babies’ sleep quality affects language outcomes: study

Global News, 17-July-2018

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Beware of potentially harmful stem cell therapies, researchers warn

Deutsche Welle, 17-July-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Infants who sleep less struggle more with early growth, U of A study says

CBC, 13-July-2018

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Short sleep, snoring may affect infants’ learning skills: University of Alberta study

Edmonton Journal, 11-July-2018

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Short sleep, snoring may affect infants’ learning skills: U of A

Edmonton Sun, 12-July-2018

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

How sleep affects infants’ ability to develop cognitive and language skills

Medical Xpress, 11-July-2018

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

How sleep affects infants’ ability to develop cognitive and language skills

Folio, 10-July-2018

Featured researcher: P. Mandhane

 

Experts warn on proliferation of dubious stem-cell clinics

Financial Times, 10-July-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Did your genetic test flag that you’re at risk of a terrible disease? Don’t panic, experts say

Global news, 8-July-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Study finds breast milk sugar may help stop food allergies in babies

Global News, 3-July-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

When Policies Are Not Enough To Protect Us From Air Pollution, Pet Companions Might Be The Next Best Solution

Science Trends, 29-June-2018

Featured researcher: CHILD

 

DIY horsepox created from mail-order DNA prompts search for new gene editing rules at U of A

Edmonton Journal, 26-June-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

US woman drinks dog’s urine, claims it helps her skin glow, cures acne and good for cancer patients

International Business Times, 24-June-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Effect of Infant Feeding Practices and Gut Microbiota on Overweight in First Year

Edocrinology Advisor, 21-June-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Breast Milk Could Reduce Future Food Allergies In Childhood

NewsprintUK, 14-June-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

How breast milk prevents food allergies

Independent OnLine, 14-June-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Breast milk ‘may help to prevent food allergies in children’

FIGO, 13-June-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Breast milk could reduce food allergies in babies, UCSD study finds

Fox News, 12-June-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Composition of complex sugars in breast milk may prevent future food allergies

Science Daily, 12-June-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

UCSD Scientists Find Breast Milk Could Reduce Infant Food Allergies

Times of San Diego, 12-June-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

India plans to use satellites to monitor air pollution

Hindustan Times, 13-June-2018

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Composition of Complex Sugars in Breast Milk May Prevent Future Food Allergies

UC San Diego Health, 12-June-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

There’s an epidemic of bogus health claims online, and no easy curey

CBC, 9-June-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Infant formula could change gut bacteria, contribute to childhood obesity: Study

ABC News, 6-June-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Breast v Bottle

Australia Today, 5-June-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Study looks to get to bottom of breastfeeding benefits

Winnipeg Free Press, 4-June-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Can You Avoid Dementia By Brushing Your Teeth?

Reader’s Digest, 30-May-2018

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

Microbiome Insights, Global Leader in Microbiome Testing, Expands to New Lab Facilities on UBC Campus

Business Wire, 30-May-2018

Featured researcher: B. Finlay

 

THE EFFECTS OF NONNUTRITIVE SWEETENERS ON CARDIOMETABOLIC HEALTH

Physician’s Weekly, 30-May-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Researcher wants oversight of alternative health care to ensure ‘science-based’ practices

CBC, 29-May-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Team of Hamilton doctors provide life-saving dialysis treatment in Guyana

Hamilton Spectator, 25-May-2018

Featured researcher: S. Anand

 

Trials show benefit of ‘as needed’ use of AZ’s Symbicort Turbuhaler asthma inhaler

ZENOPA, 21-May-2018

Featured researcher: P. O’Byrne

 

Alternative treatment for mild asthma has been discovered

TechnoStalls, 19-May-2018

Featured researcher: P. O’Byrne

 

Allergy Skin Prick Test Could One Day Be Replaced By ‘Sniff-And-Pee’ Test

OCHS, 18-May-2018

Featured researcher: D. Adamko

 

Trials show benefit of ‘on demand’ use of AZ’ asthma inhaler

PharmaTimes, 18-May-2018

Featured researcher: P. O’Byrne

 

Alternative to daily inhaler use may offer asthma sufferers a new option

CBC, 17-May-2018

Featured researcher: P. O’Byrne

 

On Demand as Effective as Maintenance Therapy for Mild Asthma

MedScape, 17-May-2018

Featured researcher: P. O’Byrne

 

Hamilton led study reveals alternative treatment for mild asthma

Hamilton Spectator, 17-May-2018

Featured researcher: P. O’Byrne

 

International study suggests alternative treatment for mild asthma

McMaster News, 17-May-2018

Featured researcher: P. O’Byrne

 

Asthma: As-Needed ICS/LABA Prevents Exacerbations

Medpage Today, 16-May-2018

Featured researcher: P. O’Byrne

 

Alternative treatment for mild asthma

ScienceDaily, 16-May-2018

Featured researcher: P. O’Byrne

 

Thirteen ‘bad’ habits that might actually be good for you

Mirror, 15-May-2018

Featured researcher: M. Sears

 

Flood waters up in B.C., down in N.B. – what health concerns do they leave behind?

CBC, 12-May-2018

Featured researcher: T. Takaro

 

What is pollen? The ultimate springtime question answered

Metro, 9-May-2018

Featured researcher: S. Waserman

 

Crowdfunding campaigns sow misinformation about stem-cell treatments, study finds

Vancouver Star, 8-May-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

DNA ancestry testing poses privacy risks, Alberta health expert warns

Edmonton Star, 8-May-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Allergy season is getting longer in parts of Canada. Blame climate change, experts say

Global News, 6-May-2018

Featured researcher: M. Brauer, S. Waserman

 

Are There Downsides to the Sweetener Stevia?

New York Times, 4-May-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

What to expect from allergies throughout the year

Weather Network, 4-May-2018

Featured researcher: S. Waserman

 

New food allergy guide aims to save lives on campus

CBC, 3-May-2018

Featured researcher: S. Waserman

 

‘Charlatans,’ ‘false hope’: As stem-cell clinics multiply across U.S., so do complaints

Seattle Times, 29-Apr-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Miracle cures or modern quackery? Stem cell clinics multiply, with heartbreaking results for some patients

Washington Post, 29-Apr-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Privacy expert warns of risks of submitting DNA to genealogy websites

CTV, 25-Apr-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Probing your DNA could trigger future privacy violations

CBC, 24-Apr-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

How Close Are We To A Cure For Food Allergies?

Chatelaine, 23-Apr-2018

Featured researcher: E. Chan, S. Waserman, J. Gordon, B. Mazer, M. Ben-Shoshan

 

Allergy bullying: It’s real, and it’s dangerous

CBC, 21-Apr-2018

Featured researcher: E. Chan

 

Dirt and development

BBC, Apr-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Health Canada says it takes safety ‘very seriously’ in face of concerns about homeopathic remedy

CBC, 18-Apr-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Homeopath claims to have cured restless, growling child with rabid-dog spit

National Post, 18-Apr-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Does vaginal seeding boost health?

BBC, 17-Apr-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

RCMP officers who worked Fort McMurray wildfire lacked proper safety masks

CBC, 17-Apr-2018

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Top health official contacting Health Canada over use of remedy made from rabid dog saliva on 4-year-old

CBC, 16-Apr-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Chemical sleuthing leads to detection of little-known flame retardant in the environment

ScienceDaily, 16-Apr-2018

Featured researcher: M. Diamond

 

Are genetic ancestry tests reinforcing wrongheaded ideas of race?

National Post, 2-Apr-2018

Featured researcher:T. Caulfield

 

Season of sneezing and allergies hits B.C. as weather heats up

Yahoo News, 1-Apr-2018

Featured researcher: D. Stark, T. Takaro

 

‘Science-ploitation’: stem cells being used to market dubious therapies, prof says

CBC, 17-Mar-2018

Featured researcher:T. Caulfield

 

Chiropractic critics being monitored by Ontario’s College of Chiropractors

CBC, 17-Mar-2018

Featured researcher:T. Caulfield

 

Is the Kinder Morgan pipeline really a health hazard in B.C.?

Times-Colonist, 4-Mar-2018

Featured researcher:T. Takaro

 

C-Sections and Gut Bacteria May Contribute to Overweight Kids

New York Times, 28-Feb-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

How climate change can lower burden of disease from rising air pollution in India

Indian Express, 28-Feb-2018

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Babies born by C-section more likely to be overweight, U of A research suggests

CBC, 26-Feb-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Childhood obesity risk linked to C-section and gut bacteria

CTV, 25-Feb-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Your C-section baby at higher risk of obesity, says study

International Business Times, 25-Feb-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

If we want to save the planet, let’s look to our laws

The Varsity, 25-Feb-2018

Featured researcher: M. Diamond

 

Birth Mode, Infant Microbiota Affect Intergenerational Obesity

Medscape, 22-Feb-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

Matching DNA to a Diet Does Not Work

Scientific American, 21-Feb-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

“Helping other kids lead healthier lives”: CHILD Study families advance allergy and asthma research

BCCHR News, 15-Feb-2018

Featured researcher: S. Turvey

 

For Childhood Obesity, It’s in the Gut (Microbiome)

MedPage Today, 13-Feb-2018

Featured researcher: A. Kozyrskyj

 

More than 500 scientists demand improved pollution laws in Canada

National Observer, 13-Feb-2018

Featured researcher: M. Diamond

 

Wellness expo backlash continues amid David Stephan controversy

CBC, 12-Feb-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

U of A professor ‘glad’ expo cancels appearance David Stephan

Global News, 11-Feb-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

These skeptics are using science to fight a wave of bad nutrition advice on the Internet

Washington Post, 6-Feb-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

A college diploma in ‘pseudoscience?’

CBC, 3-Feb-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

‘This is snake oil’: Scientists don’t buy balance-boosting clips featured on Dragons’ Den

CBC, 2-Feb-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

How ‘Natural’ Doctors Can Hurt You

Consumer Reports, 1-Feb-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Human Milk in a Bottle: Are the Benefits Just as Good?

Medscape, 30-Jan-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

SFU researchers’ new database to help eradicate asthma in children

EurekAlert, 23-Jan-2018

Featured researchers: F. Brinkman, P. Subbarao, T. Takaro, S. Turvey

 

Toronto-Area Air Pollution Is Segregated Community To Community

Huffington Post, 23-Jan-2018

Featured researcher: C. Carlsten

 

Taxing our soda and interfering with our diets won’t always result in slimmer waistlines

9News, 23-Jan-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

What Does It Take to Stop Accepting Pollution as the Price of Progress?

New York Times Magazine, 23-Jan-2018

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Childhood asthma, personalized cancer treatment research get boost at UBC Science

UBC Science, 23-Jan-2018

Featured researcher: S. Turvey

 

The answer to asthma may be in dirty diapers

Vancouver Sun, 23-Jan-2018

Featured researcher: S. Turvey

 

75% of India’s air pollution-related deaths are rural, study finds

CNN, 15-Jan-2018

Featured researcher: M. Brauer

 

Canadian doctors slam Gwyneth Paltrow-endorsed coffee enema

CBC, 9-Jan-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Guys, Just Don’t Try Gwyneth Paltrow’s New Coffee Enema Kit, OK?

Huffington Post, 9-Jan-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop Promotes A $135 Coffee Enema Kit

Forbes, 6-Jan-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

The Most Wasteful Time of the Year

The Varsity, 7-Jan-2018

Featured researcher: M. Diamond

 

In 2018 we need less nonsense and more science

Globe & Mail, 5-Jan-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

New Health Fad ‘Raw Water’ Is Actually Pretty Dangerous, Experts Warn

Huffington Post, 4-Jan-2018

Featured researcher: T. Caulfield

 

Meghan Azad on Studying Chronic Diseases in Children

HCEO Global Working Group, 3-Jan-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

Breastfeeding Protects Against Asthma Better than Expressed Breast Milk

MD Magazine, 3-Jan-2018

Featured researcher: M. Azad

 

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