Being yelled at, spanked, slapped or shaken when young could affect a child's cerebral 'fear circuitry' right into the teen years, an UdeM-led study finds.
In a four-year study, researchers at CHU Sainte-Justine find that symptoms of depression are worse in teens who are more active on platforms like Facebook and Netflix.
Protecting Canada’s elections: Meet the top bureaucrats tasked with fighting bots, trolls and fake news in 2019.
A discovery by CRCHUM and UdeM researchers paves the way to new therapies that might complement antiretroviral therapy.
Use of opioids to control post-op pain can also lead to dependency, an UdeM study finds.
Researchers at UdeM have discovered a molecular process implicated in the action of anti-leukemia drugs, opening new avenues for the development of effective treatments for this disease.
An international team led by an UdeM astronomer gets a clearer picture of what is likely the most abundant type of planet in the universe.
The research team of immuno-oncologist Réjean Lapointe has identified 28 genes responsible for ineffective immune response to cancer.
People with fibromyalgia have differences in their microbiome compared to healthy people, a Montreal research team finds.
An international team led by Université de Montréal researchers found that kids who didn't pay attention in kindergarten grew up to have less lucrative careers.
In a new documentary, UdeM history professor Bruno Ramirez profiles three Montrealers who came here from Italy in 1950s, bringing their leftist politics with them.
Université de Montréal researchers first make the cancer cells age prematurely, then they destroy and eliminate them.
The famous Congolese gynecologist – renowned for treating wartime survivors of rape – comes to the School of Public Health, agrees to exchanges and training programs, and is awarded an honorary PhD.