Mild fever helps clear infections faster: study
Research on fish shows that waiting before reaching for medications may be beneficial for humans
Early stages of star formation captured by James Webb telescope
The telescope’s mid-infrared capabilities allowed scientists to observe previously obscured details in faraway galaxies
Asthma rates rise in Alberta, but medication use flatlines
Doctors and patients need to learn more about how to control symptoms and avoid severe disease
Futuristic technology could help protect soldiers in combat
Communications system will provide vital information about troop health and situational awareness, even in the harshest conditions
First-ever Canadian lunar rover will hunt for water ice on the moon
Discovering potential water sources could make extended moon missions possible
Is Fauci a Covid vaccine skeptic now too?
The world’s leading mRNA vaccine advocate co-authored an article that calls the public health agenda of the last three years into question
Pandemic performance study blatant attempt to justify fed’s actions?
The Public Health Agency of Canada study’s conclusions are a fantasy, quite divorced from reality
Machine learning may help predict opioid prescription risk for patients
Current guidelines to determine which patients are at higher risk don’t catch everyone
Claims that trees “talk” to each other debunked
The “wood-wide web” concept, which has taken root in popular media, challenged by researchers
Study: COVID-19 was more bark than bite
Did our lives ground to a halt for a virus about as lethal as a bad flu?
Hydrogen/natural gas blend could help fuel energy transition
Blending hydrogen with natural gas could reduce carbon emissions without changing existing infrastructure
Are some cows better at weathering climate change?
New research could help cattle — and beef producers — cope with more extreme ups and downs in temperature year-round