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Antibiotic-resistant hospital superbug C. difficile remains on surgical gowns and equipment despite being treated with disinfectant, a new study reveals. Researchers sprayed gowns with the bacteria and treated them with...

source: CTV News

New research has found that despite some parents' concerns, there appears to be no link between flu vaccination during pregnancy and later health problems in children. Carried out by Canadian and U.S. researchers, the new study looked...

source: CTV News

Marijuana can produce radically different effects depending on the person, researchers studying different areas of the brain have found. It’s a drug that’s been legal now for close to a year, but one that...

source: CTV News

For the medical team at the Health Sciences Centre in St. John's, N.L., it was a shocking discovery — a patient had cells from his nose growing in his spine. It was the result of a stem cell treatment gone terribly wrong....

source: CBC News

The Alberta Diabetes Institute (ADI) will be at the centre of a new clinical trial for an anti-obesity drug targeting people with rare genetic conditions that contribute to their obesity. Led by Andrea Haqq, clinical scientist at the ADI and associate professor in the University...

source: Technology Networks

For the first time, scientists have captured high-resolution, three-dimensional images of an enzyme in the process of precisely cutting DNA strands. The images — captured using a technique called cryogenic electron microscopy, or...

source: University of British Columbia


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