Month Archives: October 2019

Education

Involving kids in making schools sustainable spreads the message beyond the classroom

Written by: Belinda Gibbons, Senior lecturer, University of Wollongong Kids are more engaged when they are actively involved in their learning, rather than learning through more passive modes such as listening or reading. from shutterstock.com The recent student-led climate protests...

Health

Will Canada finally get pharmacare?

Written by: Catherine Carstairs, Professor and Chair, Department of History, University of Guelph During the federal election campaign, Liberals promised to take critical steps to implement pharmacare. Will they deliver? (Shutterstock) When I had lymphoma 12 years ago, I needed...

Health

What time of day should I take my medicine?

Written by: Nial Wheate, Associate Professor | Program Director, Undergraduate Pharmacy, University of Sydney Does it matter if you take your medicine morning, noon or night? That depends on a number of factors. from Kat Ka/www.shutterstock.com Whether you need to...

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