Single parents are less likely to ban cigarette smoking and keep the home smoke-free than two-parent families, a public-health survey finds.
A research team at CHU Sainte-Justine sheds light on the mechanisms underlying chronic granulomatous, a disease linked to severe infections.
4 Canadian universities were just named among the best employers in the country
UdeM anthropologist Isabelle Ribot and an international research team look at the first ancient DNA recovered from West Africa to shed light on the origins of humankind.
Research on a new technique by UdeM veterinarians that measures pain in cats by their facial expressions is detailed in the Nature journal Scientific Reports.
Sugar maples won’t be heading north anytime soon, despite climate change, according to a new study published in the Journal of Ecology.
UdeM biologists help debunk previous studies that say tropical fish are behaving oddly as oceans gets more acidic due to climate change.
La Presse honours Professor Yoshua Bengio and graduates David St-Jacques and Andrée-Lise Méthot among its six personalities of the year.
Casting lines into human cells to snag proteins, a team of Montreal researchers has solved a 20-year-old mystery of cell biology.
The team of Dr. Gregor Andelfinger makes a breakthrough in understanding the mechanisms of a common congenital heart disease.
Findings from a new study on critically ill children may alter policies at hospitals where fresh red blood cell units are preferentially used.
With a solid academic record and wide community involvement, Virginie Simoneau-Gilbert gains free access to pursue a doctorate in philosophy at the University of Oxford.
Dealing with your emotions can help you avoid taking up the bottle, a new American study of Canadian teenagers finds, with help from UdeM's School of Public Health.