Major clinical study targeting illnesses linked to excessive fat in blood published by University of Montreal researchers
On the eve of World Hepatitis Day, Montreal scientist Naglaa Shoukry is awarded a major grant to head a national network aiming to reduce the spread of hepatitis C in Canada.
Research shows that each hour of TV watching at 29 months predicts an increased risk of being victimized by classmates in sixth grade.
Canadian researchers available to discuss their HIV research and the challenges and successes in the fight against the disease.
Canadian scientists make a significant discovery on HIV persistence
New study shows saturated high-fat feeding can cause impairments in critical motivation brain pathway.
Cannabis and nicotine have theoretically opposing effects on appetite. A new study sheds light on the effects of these substances on weight gain in young adults.
In addition to its effect on chronic tics, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) can change the brain function of people with Tourette syndrome. This is what is revealed in a study by researchers at the