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Health Sciences undergoes name change

Health Sciences undergoes name change

One of the oldest undergraduate health departments in Canada has a new name.

Brock sexuality expert part of documentary on national TV this week

Brock sexuality expert part of documentary on national TV this week

Filmmaker Bryce Sage has a heavy question that eats away at his curiosity: are gay men actually “born this way?” In other words, do biological factors (e.g., genes) play a role in sexual orientation?

Health and Well-Being Centre opens its doors to new members

Health and Well-Being Centre opens its doors to new members

There’s something to be said about a research facility that people enjoy visiting so much, they don’t want to leave when the studies are over.

Students registering stem cell donors at today’s Get Swabbed! event

Students registering stem cell donors at today’s Get Swabbed! event

Brock students are hosting a Get Swabbed! event today (Monday, Nov. 4) from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Ian D. Beddis Gymnasium in conjunction with this year’s Health Fair.

Prestigious award latest in long list of accomplishments for grad student

Prestigious award latest in long list of accomplishments for grad student

It’s been an exciting finale for Rebecca MacPherson as she completes her PhD studies in Brock’s Faculty of Applied Health Sciences.

Nursing prof receives grant to study father involvement in child development

Nursing prof receives grant to study father involvement in child development

Breadwinner. Authority figure. Affectionate at times, perhaps, but in a remote sort of way.

Souper Star Lunch kicks off United Way campaign Tuesday

Souper Star Lunch kicks off United Way campaign Tuesday

It can be as divisive a question as asking whether someone prefers Coke or Pepsi.

Brock, McMaster researchers on team that made cancer prediction breakthrough

Brock, McMaster researchers on team that made cancer prediction breakthrough

A Brock University epidemiologist has created risk calculation software that can reduce surgical procedures by helping doctors know if nodules showing up on CT lung scans have a high probability of being cancerous.

Rec and Leisure prof partners on reflective journaling book for educators

Rec and Leisure prof partners on reflective journaling book for educators

It’s something Tim O’Connell and Janet Dyment have been reflecting on for years.

PhD student studies what motivates women to work out

PhD student studies what motivates women to work out

Lindsay Cline is a PhD student in Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, who is examining the effect that body image has on women’s motivation to engage in regular physical activity.

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