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Researchers have developed a technique using magnetic nanoparticles that opens the door to allow therapeutic molecules to cross the blood-brain barrier, thereby opening the door to new treatments ...
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The eating habits of a group of Canadian men reflect what's available and healthy in their residential neighbourhood, however, those of the women do not, say researchers at the University of Montreal. "We found that, for men only, intake of f...
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Canadian men's eating habits are associated with the availability of healthy food sources in their residential neighbourhood but women's are not, according to researchers at the University of Montreal and its affiliated CHUM hospital.
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The menstrual cycle appears to have an effect on nicotine cravings, according to a new study by Adrianna Mendrek of the University of Montreal and its affiliated Institut universitaire en santé mentale de Montréal.
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Just like milk and many other foods, blood used for transfusions is perishable. But contrary to popular belief, new research shows that blood stored for three weeks is just as good as fresh blood - findings published today in the New England Journal of Medicine.
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"One in five violent offenders is a psychopath. They have higher rates of recidivism and don't benefit from rehabilitation programmes. Our research reveals why this is and can hopefully improve childhood interventions to prevent violence and behavioural therapies to reduce recidivism," explained Professor Hodgins of the University of Montreal and Institut universitaire en santé mentale de Montréal. 
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Psychopathic violent offenders have abnormalities in the parts of the brain related to learning from punishment, according to an MRI study led by Sheilagh Hodgins and Nigel Blackwood. 'One in five violent offenders is a psychopath. They have higher rates of recidivism and don't benefit from rehabilitation ...
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Recent scientific advances have meant that eyesight can be partially restored to those who previously would have been blind for life. However, scientists at the University of Montreal and the University of Trento have discovered that the rewiring of the senses that occurs in the brains of the long-term ...
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L'endroit où vous habitez révèle ce que vous mangez. Rien à voir avec une répartition communautaire du tissu urbain, où l'offre des commerces de proximité correspond aux origines des habitants. Ce que vient de révéler une étude menée par des chercheurs de l'université de Montréal et publiée dans la revue Preventive Medicine, c'est que les habitudes alimentaires des citadins dépendent de la disponibilité d'aliments sains dans leur quartier. Des ci...
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Investigadores de la Universidad de Montreal, en Canadá, aseguran que el ciclo menstrual puede condicionar las ganas de fumar de las mujeres, al observar que...
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I communicate breaking research news (health, lifestyle, technology and science) from Quebec universities, and I enjoy sharing my opinions and perspectives on local politics and gay issues. Je communique des nouvelles dernière-minute des universités québécoises (santé, mode de vie, technologies et sciences) et je profite de l'occasion pour partager mes opinions et perspectives sur la vie politique locale et les questions concernant la communauté gay.

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Magnetic nanoparticles open blood-brain barrier for delivery of therapeu...
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Researchers have developed a technique using magnetic nanoparticles that opens the door to allow therapeutic molecules to cross the blood-br

Old blood as good as fresh in patients with life-threatening illnesses
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Just like milk and many other foods, blood used for transfusions is perishable. But contrary to popular belief, new research shows that bloo

Psychopathic violent offenders' brains can't understand punishment
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Psychopathic violent offenders have abnormalities in the parts of the brain related to learning from punishment, according to an MRI study l

How does the brain adapt to the restoration of eyesight?
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Recent scientific advances have meant that eyesight can be partially restored to those who previously would have been blind for life. Howeve

Men's diets are related to local offerings, unlike women's
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Canadian men's eating habits are associated with the availability of healthy food sources in their residential neighbourhood but women's are

Women, quitting smoking for New Years? Time it with your period
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The menstrual cycle appears to have an effect on nicotine cravings, according to a new study by Adrianna Mendrek of the University of Montre

El ciclo menstrual puede condicionar las ganas de fumar de las mujeres
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Investigadores de la Universidad de Montreal, en Canadá, aseguran que el ciclo menstrual puede condicionar las ganas de fumar de las mujeres

Mesdames, pour arrêter de fumer, évitez la fin de vos règles…
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Arrêter de fumer n’est pas une mince affaire. Et pour les femmes, l’obstacle serait encore plus difficile à surmonter… à certains moments de

Current practices in reporting on behavioural genetics can mislead the p...
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'Media reports about behavioural genetics unintentionally induce unfounded beliefs, therefore going against the educational purpose of scien

Scoperti geni legati a comportamenti aggressivi e violenti
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(AGI) - Londra, 15 dic. - Se criminali si diventa, aggressivi e violenti si nasce. Almeno secondo uno studio dell'Universita' di Montreal pu

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The federal government’s new strategy encourages precisely the opposite of the collective good

Cancer : vers un meilleur suivi des traitements - A la une - Destination...
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La couleur captée reflète la concentration exacte du médicament contenu dans l'échantillon sanguin. ©Université de Montréal Aussi précis que

Opinion Poll: Canada's climate change consensus confronts Keystone
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Despite the fact that 81% of Canadians accept that temperature on Earth is increasing, Université de Montréal researchers have revealed that

Un Canadien sur trois soutient l'oléoduc Keystone XL | National
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Un peu plus d'un Canadien sur trois soutient le projet d'oléoduc transfrontalier Keystone XL, qui bute sur l'opposition de la Maison-Blanche

Should health systems send patients abroad to save money?
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While various options can be explored to rationalize resources in the health sector, delegating certain medical services to foreign hospital

CBC/Radio-Canada in danger of disappearing forever | Toronto Star
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The arm’s-length relationship between the government of the day and CBC/Radio-Canada has never been as fragile as it is now.

Sharpening state spending on seniors
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As our society ages, a University of Montreal study suggests the health system should be focussing on comorbidity and specific types of disa

Relief for dogs with arthritis?
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Arthritis is one side effect of an aging dog, but various researchers may have found a way to relieve canines of this ailment.

Psychotropic drug prescriptions: Therapeutic advances or fads?
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Why are psychotropic drugs such as antidepressants, psychostimulants, anxiolytics, and antipsychotics are increasingly prescribed in North A

The food is nice but overpriced for what it is, and amazingly (for a park chalet that is owned by the borough) there is almost nothing that is easy to feed to children in the menu. What I dislike about this café though is the disinterested and lazy wait staff. Customers shouldn't have to beg for service, especially not at these prices. It was excellent when it first opened but the last few times I've gone I've been really disappointed. I won't both going back again.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Café is incredibly poor value for money, and worse than that, the service is completely disinterested. Our waitress literally walked off and disappeared, and our beverages never arrived. The only time I've ever felt like walking off without paying the bill (which we obviously never received either,) but instead we queued up like good Canadians behind 10 other people and eventually managed to pay.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
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The service at the checkouts was extremely slow, the selection comparable to what you'd find anywhere else and the prices were no bargain. I'm sorry I wasted my time.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago