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No name, no shame

In the wake of a scathing editorial in one of the world’s leading science journals, Canadian handling of research misconduct has been called into question. The journal Nature criticized the Natural Sciences and Energy Research Council of Canada for refusing to publicly identify researchers found guilty of misconduct in its Sept. 28 issue. James Turk of

Beating cancer with every bite

Only five to 10 per cent of all cancer cases are caused by genetic defects. The remaining cases are linked to lifestyle factors including smoking, diet, alcohol, physical inactivity, obesity, sun exposure, infections and environmental pollutants.

Is organic food better for you?

Organic producers say their food tastes better, is more nutritious, and is better for the environment. But in an effort to be wary of salespeople's pitches, I decided to get to the roots of claims about organic foods.

March is Nutrition Month

What is one thing we are exposed to, without fail, every single day? Food. The wonderful, tasty, wholesome, crispy, spicy, tangy, cool, chewy, hot, nutritious, satisfying, and delicious foods we enjoy day in and day out. March is Nutrition Month in Canada.

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