Chances are you have had a restless night or two in your life when despite all the tossing, turning and sheep-counting, sleep just does not come easy.
It was not a problem of awareness—the research team knew people were well aware smoking is bad for their health and simply telling them to stop does not work.
U of S, U of A researchers identify early signs of bone disease using synchrotron
For any number of diseases—think heart disease, cancer and diabetes—there are tests that diagnose and guide treatment. Diseases related to mental health are an exception.
A study examining the central role women played in forming Canada’s mid-20th century labour movement is set to wrap up next year in a very dramatic way.
Saskatchewan, like much of the industrialized world, is poised to get hit with a silver tsunami that threatens to engulf government health budgets, but also offers exciting opportunities, according to Dr. Jenny Basran.
Rifle training was one of the first things U of S research engineers Kevin Krieger and Marci Detwiller needed to do when they arrived in Norway.
The inaugural International Flagship Partnership Research Grant (IFPRG)—funded in partnership by the U of S and the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT)—was awarded to support an international collaboration aimed at removing contaminants from the environment.
In a field in Niger, a woman carries a pail of fertilizer. She stops beside each millet stem poking out of the dusty soil and, using a bottle cap, sprinkles a bit of its precious contents beside each stem.
The Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF) recently announced $1 million in funding to renew the Research Chair in Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementia held by Dr. Darrell Mousseau.