A new study explores the relationship between TMAO (a metabolite produced by our gut bacteria), meat and egg consumption and cardiovascular health.
Whether at home, school or in child care, 3- to 5-year-olds experience similar levels of physical activity
A first-of-its-kind study examined the influence of child-care arrangements on the daily movement of Canadian preschoolers.
Genomic surveillance programs have tracked more than 300,000 unique genetic versions of the COVID-19 virus. A new Western-developed web application visually represents all of that data in an easy-to-understand way.
A new social media search tool could help public health experts reach more people struggling with substance abuse.
Western’s Denis Vida helped guide recovery of an extremely rare meteorite this week using Global Meteor Network, a world-wide camera collaboration he coordinates.
Family functioning, bullying, substance use and ADHD diagnoses are key factors leading to absenteeism.
Mental health and wellness professor and registered psychotherapist Marnie Wedlake says we should be wary of quick fixes that promise to remedy our human suffering.
MRIs show subtle changes in the brains of patients with early-onset dementia, a finding that could lead to treatments for emotional processing deficits.
New research from Western and the University of Minnesota shows plants grow smaller, shorter and more resistant to drought in response to a rise in vapor pressure deficit.
Taking home-grown research to the international market
Aleksander Essex and his team investigated Ontario’s online voting practices and procedures for municipal elections and found numerous issues and irregularities.
The movement’s global influence has received limited and sparse research, a Western-led review has found.
The winning ideas could enhance safety for paramedics in remote settings and improve the fit of prostheses.
Researchers have developed a device to keep blood flowing to the heart and the brain in fast, simple and safe way following traumatic injury.
Study recommends governments adopt an intersectional approach to understanding how vulnerabilities and disadvantages affect a person’s health.
A study of five Ontario manufacturers show some companies are more successful at attracting and keeping women because they work at it.
Like a small airport trying to handle too much air traffic, parts of the brain not meant to process language are trying to perform this complex job in patients with psychosis.
The sports journalist ‘spent his career energizing racist sports journalism.’
Researchers’ assessments of gait variability identified Alzheimer’s disease with 70-per-cent accuracy.
Scholars from West Africa and Western University will study how to nurture sustainable livelihoods in Ghana, Benin, Liberia, Senegal and Nigeria.