Prof. Jeff Farber (food-borne illness and disease)

Prof. Jeff Farber (food-borne illness and disease)

[music] My research is very important because currently right now in Canada there are approximately four million cases of food-borne illness that occur each year, and I’m not talking just about mild food-borne illness. There can be cases where it could be very, very severe and even lead to death. So what my research does […]

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Living with sickle cell disease: Shaniya’s story

Living with sickle cell disease: Shaniya’s story

[marching band music plays]>>Shaniya: Our football team is like number one in the nation, so the band has to be bullet energy and precise. I think it’s kind of like they’re beating for me. It makes me feel like I’m normal, like I can be normal. Music is life to me, music is life. My […]

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S. Korea has begun cohort research on COVID-19 with WHO

S. Korea has begun cohort research on COVID-19 with WHO

the nation Central Disease Control and Prevention has begun research on COBE 19 with a group of local experts they’re classifying patients by age and gender to identify characteristics which the virus may have a meeting will be held by the KCDC on Wednesday with two experts from the whu-oh after the global health body […]

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What is a longitudinal study?

What is a longitudinal study?

Longitudinal studies are studies which essentially collect data through time they take different forms and Children of the 90s is a specific design called a pregnancy cohort we recruited individuals into the study in the early ’90s and we followed them and their families through time the original mums who contributed in the early 1990s […]

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Changing Your Habits Can Protect Your Kidneys

Changing Your Habits Can Protect Your Kidneys

DR. RODGERS: Did you know that eating healthy can help prevent type 2 diabetes and kidney disease? Hi, I’m Dr. Griffin Rodgers, Director of the National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive, and Kidney Diseases. Philly rapper Freeway talks about changing his own habits after diabetes-related kidney failure and a transplant. FREEWAY: What you put into your […]

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MSc in Human Anatomy and Evolution

MSc in Human Anatomy and Evolution

So anatomy isn’t static, it changes. It changes during our development, our evolution, and it can change in response to activities and environments and from a micro to a macro level, it’s that that interests me as an anatomist. Human anatomy isn’t just the naming of parts. It’s about understanding the mechanisms – the ‘why’ […]

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