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on Thu Apr 24 11:29 AM

Working with a pharmacist benefits stroke patients: study | Reuters

REUTERS

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who recently had a minor stroke are more likely to get their cholesterol and blood pressure under control if they see a pharmacist periodically as compared to a nurse, a new study found.
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on Mon Apr 21 7:17 PM

Politician a ‘community-builder in the truest sense of the word’

THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Determined, an ‘idea factory’ and entrepreneurial from a young age, Jon Lord also owned a popular community video store
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on Thu Apr 17 7:34 PM

Kim Campbell hired as principal of Alberta leadership college

THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Former prime minister has been named as the founding principal of the Peter Lougheed Leadership College
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on Thu Apr 17 8:00 AM

Plants That Practice Genetic Engineering

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Long ago, a new paper suggests, a fern took a useful gene from a neighboring hornwort, an acquisition that allowed ferns to thrive in shade.
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on Tue Apr 15 6:36 PM

Are students really boozing in the library at Western?

MACLEANS

My university faces unfair "party school" stereotypeThe post Are students really boozing in Western’s libraries? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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on Mon Apr 14 8:44 PM

Stroke survivors benefit from regular meetings with pharmacist: study

THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Patients with regular appointments improve blood pressure and bad cholesterol levels
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on Mon Apr 14 11:41 AM

Canada’s future leaders of 2014

MACLEANS

From sport and engineering to medicine and politics, these young Canadians are leaving their markThe post Canada’s future leaders of 2014 appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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on Sat Apr 12 7:46 PM

Parents, educators rally against Alberta's 'new math' - Edmonton

CBC

Nearly 200 concerned parents and educators met at the Alberta Legislature Saturday afternoon to protest changes to the Alberta math curriculum.
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on Thu Apr 10 7:45 PM

Online bullying by students a growing problem for teachers - Edmonton

CBC

Edmonton teacher Vienna Malko-Monterrosa was bullied by email and through Facebook messages by a junior high school student over an 18-month period
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on Thu Apr 10 4:39 PM

New website aims to offer resources to postpartum depression sufferers

THE GLOBE AND MAIL

About 13 per cent of Canadian mothers suffer from pre- and post-natal depression
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