Understanding what can go wrong with the placenta, the bridge between fetal and maternal systems during pregnancy, and using that knowledge to reduce pre-term issues is the focus of research by Daniel MacPhee, an associate professor at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM).
The University of Saskatchewan College of Nursing has been a leader in providing education for Aboriginal nursing students. Now, it has expanded its support and advising services to those students, and created a pathway for Aboriginal students to transition from high school into the U of S nursing program.
Four countries, including Canada, came together recently over a shared passion to use robotics in health-care education.
Older adults looking for an edge with their new year’s exercise program might consider some judicious use of dietary supplements such as whey protein and bovine (cow) colostrum to help build strength, guard bone and even keep their brains humming along.
What makes four videos about managing dog populations in the Battle River Treaty 6 area distinct?
An administrative change in the upper echelons of the University of Saskatchewan’s largest college is designed to take advantage of its unique offerings and prove that the sum is greater than its parts.
Work, for Dr. Paul Dhillon, is going where he is needed.
In the basement of the Small Animal Clinic in the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM), Dr. Romany Pinto is working with Kaibo, a brown toy poodle with hip and knee problems.
Tuffy, an 18-year-old Appaloosa gelding, was in pretty bad shape when he arrived at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine’s Veterinary Medical Centre in Saskatoon late one October night.
Research by three students in the U of S College of Dentistry may lead to a new mercury-free material for filling teeth.