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Opinion: McGill can help retail sector thrive amid change

Published: 5Jun2017

Overall, there is a wealth of expertise in retailing at McGill to draw from, a vibrant history in Montreal to build upon, and definitely a very bright future to shape....

Bizarre black holes revealed by new space-time ripples

Published: 2Jun2017

“The universe still contains mysteries,” says astrophysicist Daryl Haggardof McGill University. “We thought we were walking through the world knowing how black holes happened, and now we’re seeing...

ALS – Fostering awareness of a devastating disease

Published: 2Jun2017

ALS takes away the patient’s motor functions one at a time, and the progress of finding effective drugs to counter its insidious effects has been slow. June is ALS Month, a good time to update the...

Montreal surgeon 1st in North America to use augmented reality technology on sinus patients

Published: 1Jun2017

A surgeon at Montreal's McGill University Health Centre is breaking ground by using a new medical technology — augmented reality — for sinus operations. Read more: CBC News

June is Stroke Month

Published: 1Jun2017

The Neuro is an important centre for stroke care in Montreal...

Pregnancy Blues

Published: 31May2017

Most of us have heard about baby bluesand postpartum depression, but to be clear: these are not the topic of this discussion. This is about pregnancyblues, a common yet rarely talked about...

Opinion: Protecting transgender people means protecting our pronouns

Published: 30May2017

"Pronouns might seem like a small price to pay for greater consensus. They aren’t. The removal of pronoun protection will kneecap the Bill. Here’s why."...

As tick season hits, Lyme disease patients say they need better care

Published: 30May2017

"Doctors refuse to prescribe for more than two to four weeks because the available standard medical evidence suggests harm, and no benefit to extended treatment," said Dr. Michael Libman,...

Cocaine more addictive than first thought, study finds

Published: 26May2017

“The study provides evidence that some of the characteristic brain signals in people who have developed addictions are also present much earlier than most of us would have imagined,” said Prof...

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