Ontario government tables legislation to make PSW wage increase permanent

The hourly wage increase that personal support workers (PSWs) in Ontario have received over the last two years of the COVID-19 pandemic could soon become permanent, according to a new piece of... Read more »

Osmotic pressure and viscosity: Anticancer drug efficacy and restricting tumors using LDDS

Cancer often transfers from its primary lesion to other lesions — clinically referred to as metastasis. In early metastasis, cancer cells invade lymphatic vessels, reach lymph nodes, and proliferate. Conventional chemotherapy for... Read more »

An approach to treating a severe congenital myopathy

The diagnosis is rare, but devastating — children with congenital muscle disorders often never learn to walk. Until now, there was no chance of recovery, but researchers at the University of Basel... Read more »

I was here first! This is how hepatitis C inhibits hepatitis E

Infections with hepatitis C and E are so common that, going only by statistics, many people should be infected with both viruses at the same time. However, only very few such cases... Read more »

Critical and underutilized: Fire and police responders associated with higher cardiac arrest survival rates

In a cardiac arrest, everything comes down to how quickly you “get on the chest.” Every minute CPR is not initiated or an automated external defibrillator, or AED, is not utilized, the... Read more »

Rehabilitation psychologists: Specialists you may not yet know, but might one day need

After a month-long hospitalization from COVID-19, a once-independent older adult struggles to complete daily tasks. They can’t make breakfast without getting fatigued or focus on reading the paper. They’ve been in physical... Read more »

Pharmacogenetic testing shows promise improving symptoms in patients with treatment-resistant depression

Pharmacogenetic testing was associated with nearly a two-fold (89 per cent) increase in remission rates compared to treatment as usual in a Centre for Addiction and Mental Health- (CAMH-)led clinical study just... Read more »

Potential window for treating ALS identified

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a neurodegenerative disorder that affects as many as 30,000 people in the United States, with 5,000 new cases diagnosed each year. It weakens muscles over time, impacting... Read more »

Footage of therapists spooning and pinning down patient in B.C. trial for MDMA therapy prompts review

WARNING: This article contains graphic content and may affect those who have experienced​ ​​​sexual violence or know someone affected by it.  Newly released videos that show two B.C. therapists cuddling, spooning, blindfolding... Read more »

Can You Get BA.2 If You’ve Had COVID Recently?

BA.2, the newish and highly contagious omicron subvariant, is now responsible for the majority of new COVID-19 cases sequenced around the world. That isn’t the news anyone necessarily wanted to hear at... Read more »
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