Our ability to print three dimensional (3D) objects from digital files has turned the world upside. With a little imagination and a 3D printer you can make practically anything. And as 3D printers and printing materials become less expensive we … Continue reading 3D printing a future for medicine
Many consider sleep a time when we shut off for a few hours during the night to recover from, and prepare for, activity during the day. Surprisingly your brain and body are remarkably active while you snooze. Sleep is important … Continue reading Sleepy Head: the science of snooze
From the time humans gathered together to eat meals as families a debate has divided the generations. Research at the Centre of Research, Gastroenterology and Sweets (CORGAS) is hoping to finally lay to rest an issue that has pitted parent … Continue reading Does the dessert stomach exist?
Your parents did not choose the colour of your eyes, but they certainly are responsible for it. Eye colour is a trait (a feature or characteristic) that is passed on, or inherited, from your parents. It was once thought that everyone … Continue reading Eye genes
Few of us can resist the urge to get out of doors once the sun starts shining. And during these lazy, hazy days of summer, there is one such sun worshiper we are sure to see an abundance of: freckles! … Continue reading Fascinating Freckles
He wears his uniform with dignity and his hospital identification badge with pride. And as one of the IWK Health Centre’s newest employees he has been training to be on its staff since he was only four days old. Dorado, … Continue reading Calming Canines