Ingenuity helps when health challenges get in the way of doing laundry, tying shoes, buttoning shirts
Students from biology, engineering, medicine and occupational therapy come together to create devices for clients living with health challenges.
Pregnancy may trigger structural changes to parts of the brain involved in responding to social and emotional cues, a recent study suggests. The changes are so consistent that new mothers can even be ID'd from brain scans.
Single dads are twice as likely to report poor physical and mental health as fathers with partners, according to a new study from a group of Toronto-area researchers.
About seven per cent of people in their 50s have silent strokes, and among people aged 80-plus, about one-quarter have unknowingly been affected. Researchers estimate that for every symptomatic stroke, there are up to 10 silent strokes.