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New biomarker tool designed to improve astronaut health may be useful to earthlings

The Space Omics and Medical Atlas (SOMA) includes samples from space missions, providing insight into short and long-term health impacts of spacefligh…
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uOttawa launches groundbreaking MA in Psychedelics & Consciousness Studies

First of its kind in Canada, program to advance research in therapeutic potential of psychedelics
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President’s Statement to the Senate on June 10, 2024

The president made the following statement to the Senate on June 10, 2024 :
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Early life exposure to weed pollen could increase childhood asthma risk: study

Urban green spaces may be harmful despite tree cover providing some protection
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Early cancer screening could save Canadian healthcare system nearly half a billion dollars over patients’ lifetime

Expensive, lifesaving treatments could be drastically reduced if Canada followed the U.S. model and started screening for breast cancer at 40.
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Prix d’excellence 2024 : célébrons l’exceptionnelle communauté diplômée de l’Université d’Ottawa
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Jun 3

2024 Awards of Excellence: Celebrating uOttawa’s exceptional alumni

Every year, the uOttawa community gathers to celebrate outstanding alumni. With six awards recognizing alumni achievement and contribution to the alum…
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Jun 12 to Jun 13

Competition Policy in the 21st Century: Charting a Path Forward for Canada

The event will bring together a broad cross-section of experts and stakeholders from academia, government, policy think tanks, advocacy groups and the…

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Historic amendments to the WHO’s International Health Regulations create a path…

On June 1, in the nail-biting final hours of the annual World Health Assembly meeting in Geneva, states agreed to a robust package of amendments to the World Health Organization’s 2005 International Health Regulations, writes Roojin Habibi, Assistant Professor of Law.
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Poilievre’s suggestion that businesses should lobby the people, not government,…

Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre recently stated in an opinion piece that he’ll only listen to the policy positions of Canadian businesses if they’re favourable to the “workers, consumers and retirees” he meets at rallies, town halls and during door-to-door canvassing, writes Patrick Leblond, CN-Paul M. Tellier Chair on Business and Public Policy.
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Ignoring reason and evidence: Why new breast cancer guidelines advising against…

The decision to not endorse breast cancer screening for young women is perplexing and dangerous, given that early detection is critical in the fight against breast cancer write several professors from the Faculty of Medicine.

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