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Health  /  Published 03.12.19

Research on disgust could help smokers quit

Taryn Grieder has a personal interest in understanding why people continue to smoke despite the initial revulsion and countless health risks.“In my family we have six people and five of us – every...
By Jovana Drinjakovic in Toronto

Opinion  /  Published 20.11.19

Gender diversity in the workplace

You are known as a champion of workplace inclusivity. For anyone who still needs to be convinced, why is it so important?This is something I’ve always been passionate about as an individual, even wh...
By Karen Christensen in

Technology  /  Published 18.11.19

Making streets more navigable for pedestrians

Whether you are driving or hopping in an Uber, you probably depend on a navigation app to get where you need to be. But as handy as these tools are, they have significant drawbacks that leave behind m...
By Tyler Irving in

Opinion  /  Published 07.11.19

How a culture of equality drives innovation

It is well documented that in this age of widespread disruption, companies must innovate continuously, creating new markets, experiences, products, services, content or processes. So how can leaders e...
By Ellyn J. Shook and Julie Sweet in

Technology  /  Published 25.08.19

Wearable therapy could help ease period pain

A team led by a PhD candidate at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering has developed the world’s thinnest wearable hot water bottle to relieve menstrual pain in ...
By Liz Do in Toronto

Science  /  Published 16.07.19

Psychedelic microdoses can help focus: study

A University of Toronto Mississauga researcher and his colleagues have “uncovered high potential research avenues” for assessing the benefits and drawbacks of microdosing with the psychedelic subs...
By Elaine Smith in

Opinion  /  Published 19.06.19

Anti-immigrant autocrats are on the rise

We can start by reducing the anxieties of the working and middle classes through policies that bolster the social safety net, reduce inequality and help prepare and retrain workers for jobs in the inf...
By Robert Schertzer in

Science  /  Published 02.04.19

Seeing reminders of coffee can stimulate the brain, study shows

Just looking at something that reminds us of coffee can cause our minds to become more alert and attentive, according to a new University of Toronto study. “Coffee is one of the most popular beverag...
By Don Campbell in

Opinion  /  Published 14.10.18

Gender equality at work: How men can move the needle

SK: There’s a lot of research showing that even if you were to deliver diversity training with the right trainer, if you don’t couple it with things like accountability and incentives, it can stil...
By Sarah Kaplan in

Opinion  /  Published 27.03.19

To help the living, count the dead

Our recent analysis has shown that India avoided about one million additional child deaths in the period 2005–15 with the country’s accelerated progress in reducing child mortality since 2005, but...
By Prabhat Jha in


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