Death count soars during the second wave of COVID-19 in India
Society’s narrow view of feminism excludes acts of resistance by racialized mothers
Inside ImPaKT, Western’s world-class biocontainment level 3 facility
A report authored by Western alumni examines anti-Black racism through a public health lens.
Hormones triggered by chronic emotional and psychological stress impair the ability of the immune system’s ‘emergency responders’ to fight cancer.
Pre- and post-pandemic fMRI brain scans may drive early detection and interventions for vulnerable adolescents
Researchers have discovered a compound that can inhibit the growth of a deadly bacterium that has become resistant to most antibiotics.
New findings suggest that certain types of sitting are better for you, while other types should be reduced.
New research is helping understand how many Canadians go missing, and why.
Schulich launches MD+, a new track allowing medical students to pursue a master’s degree or certificate in a wide variety of subjects.
Western study shows that we need ‘immediate and inclusive policies’ to address the impacts of climate change on rural migrant farmers
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.
A new social media search tool could help public health experts reach more people struggling with substance abuse.
For this year’s Masters of Public Health cohort, the backdrop of the pandemic is presenting unique opportunities for learning and analysis.
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.
A study of five Ontario manufacturers show some companies are more successful at attracting and keeping women because they work at it.
Western alumnus Raymond Francis serves as an engineer on NASA’s science operations team for the Perseverance rover, which is set to land in Jezero crater on Mars.
Researchers’ assessments of gait variability identified Alzheimer’s disease with 70-per-cent accuracy.
Our beliefs about our romantic partner colour our perceptions of who they are.