How sex and intimacy coaching can help bring people closer together
Kim Baines, Glenn Bauman, and Deborah Laliberte-Rudman are being recognized for sustained excellence in scholarship
Outstanding faculty members and a team of course designers are being honoured for excellence
The Complex Adaptive Systems lab is an interdisciplinary network encouraging cross-campus collaboration.
Dr. Francisco Olea-Popelka argues that to eliminate TB entirely, we must look at the zoonotic form of the disease, more common than once thought.
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.
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.
Study recommends governments adopt an intersectional approach to understanding how vulnerabilities and disadvantages affect a person’s health.
Many older people have become entirely responsible for the care of a frail spouse, in addition to running a household and caring for themselves.
Ditch the chips and pitch the popcorn: two Western students are hoping Londoners’ tastes will rise up to enjoy popped water-lily seeds instead.
Four projects funded for fostering Indigenous learning and community partnerships
Professor Joy MacDermid and fellow Bone and Joint Institute collaborators recognized by Arthritis Society
More than half the recipients have Western connections
The Canada Research Chairs program invests up to $295-million annually to attract, support and retain some of the world’s most outstanding scholars and scientists.
The Ontario government has appointed Western chancellor Linda Hasenfratz and Western bioethicist Maxwell Smith among eight members of the Ministers’ COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Task Force.
A longstanding partnership between Western students and community groups in Africa took place virtually, from locations all across the globe.
It can take just pennies a day to motivate people to exercise more, and they will step up their efforts when teamed with a buddy to collect joint rewards, a Western University study shows.
The ethics of emergency use vaccines during Africa’s ebola crisis can guide how Canada eventually authorizes vaccines for COVID-19, says a new paper co-authored at Western.
The Western community is mourning the death of Sydney Legasy, 21, a third-year health sciences student, who died in London on Sept. 22.
A Western-led study aims to get more people moving as they work from home during COVID-19.