Media Coverage

September 2018

University study says stress experienced while pregnant has lasting health impacts for children.
"That has nothing to do with their life experiences. It's programmed into them already."

March 2017

La Presse (Montreal Daily)
Dame Nature est ma Collègue
Valérie Duhaime

May 2017

Journal Métro de Montréal
Dorloter les femmes enceintes victimes de catastrophes naturelles
Andréanne Chevalier

August 2017

98,5 FM
Les effets de la drogue et du stress sur les foetus.
Catherine Gaudreault

October 2017

​CBC Radio-Canada
Interview with Dr. Suzanne King speaking from the "Adapting to a new human health reality under climate change" symposium in Charlottetown, PEI 
Video (French)
Article (French)

December 2017

Les Électrons Libres
'Les 20 ans de la crise du verglas'
Video (French)

November 2016

Radio Canada
Quel effet «la Bête» aura t-elle sur les bébés de Fort McMurray ?
Sandra Gagnon

April 2015

La Presse (Montreal Daily)
Prédisposés à l'anorexie avant de naître.
Marie-Claude Malbouf

September 2015

Deutschlandfunk German Public Radio
Interview as part of coverage of a prenatal maternal stress meeting in Berlin.
Volkart Wildermuth

BBC, British Broadcasting Corporation 
Countdown to Life – The Extraordinary Making of You
Interview in a documentary series discussing Project Ice Storm, and epigenetic effects on the unborn child.

October 2015

Radio 104.7, Ottawa 
Live interview discussing a recent publication on DNA methylation.
Interviewers: Mario & Jade.  

November 2015

Le Médecin du Québec (The Quebec Physician) Vol 50 (12) 16-23
L’épigénétique le mécanisme derrière d'importantes maladies. 
Emmanuèle Garnier

June 2014

Radio Canada – Sherbrooke 
Interview about findings of ice storm stress effects on risk of autistic or asthma symptoms in children.

CJAD 800FM Radio, Montreal (
Interview about findings of ice storm stress effects on risk of autistic or asthma symptoms in children.
Barry Morgan

Radio Canada web site:
An article describing the ice storm results on autism and asthma.
Thomas Gerbet

September-October 2014

Globe and Mail (Canada); Le Soleil (Québec); Science Daily
Newspaper/online coverage about our recent ice storm DNA methylation paper. 

CBC International Service; Radio Canada – Québec;
Radio Canada – Toronto; Radio 9
Live or recorded radio interviews about a recent ice storm DNA methylation paper.

CJAD 800FM Radio, Montreal (
Discussion of why adolescents have difficulty waking early for school.
Aaron Rand 

CBC news (The National – M. Szyf); La Presse Plus
Live or recorded video/TV interviews about a recent ice storm DNA methylation paper. 

January 2013 

Radio Canada (French) radio program. 
Interview about 15th year anniversary of the Ice Storm, and continuing effects of prenatal stress.
Hugo Lavoie

December 2011

Channel 4, U.K.
Brave New World (Series 01 Episode 05) - hosted by Stephen Hawking
Documentary on epigenetics – interested in our prenatal stress studies. 


Québec Science, Presse écrite
Stressé dans l'oeuf! 

Origins by Annie Murphy Paul
5-pages related to Project Ice Storm.

CBC National Radio
The Current with Anna Maria Tremonti 
Taped radio interview about ice storm and prenatal maternal stress


24 heures
Crise du verglas : des impacts 10 ans plus tard
Sarah-Maude Lefebvre

The Gazette
Prenatal stress from extreme weather is having negative effect on babies.
Aaron Derfel

La Presse
Verglas: la pensée positive ne protège pas du stress
Mathieu Perreault

La Presse
Les «extrêmes climatiques» font subir un stress au foetus
Mathieu Perreault

CBC News, National
Interview with with Suzanne King and Gordon McBean.
Kai Nagata

CBC, Radio Noon, Montréal 
Current affairs interview with Suzanne King. 

TVA, Québec provincial television  
Maryse Gagnon Reportage with Stacy Overstreet, Suzanne King.

Les catastrophes naturelles influenceraient le développement du foetus
Martin LaSalle

Journal de Montréal
Les intempéries n’épargnent pas le fœtus.
Eric-Yvan Lemay

Who Says Stress is Bad for You?
Mary Carmichael

The Globe And Mail (National daily)
Stress During Pregnancy May Lower Baby’s IQ
Zosia Bielski

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