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Nov. 5, 2018

Gut bacteria may control movement

NIH-funded study suggests that bacteria may regulate neuronal circuits behind movement in flies.

Proposed class actions allege Ontario insurers broke payment rules

Lawyers representing the accident victims allege the companies are not paying HST on accident benefits and are decreasing the funds available to victims over the long-term as a result.

Health Canada releases latest federal data on tobacco, alcohol and drug use

Results point to the need for continued work to help Canadians lead healthier lives.
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Targeted neurotechnology restores walking in humans with spinal cord injury

This latest study, called STIMO (STImulation Movement Overground), establishes a new therapeutic framework to improve recovery from spinal cord injury. All patients involved in the study recovered voluntary control of leg muscles that had been paralyzed for many years. » Read more...

OCA Awards Gala

Dec 8
Location: Toronto
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