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IMPACT: A Public Forum - November 29, 2016
A new and groundbreaking sleep study draws a previously undiscovered link between the brain’s internal timer, the circadian clock, and the part of the brain that controls wakefulness.
Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre partners with the Mathison Centre for Mental Health Research & Education to 'make the invisible visible' using scientific approaches.
Killam postdoc Georgia Balsevich studies how stress hormones may chemically amp up rewards of eating.
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