Julie Foeldes, a four-year starter on Penn State Brandywine’s championship softball team who graduated with highest honors in May, was recently lauded at the campus, conference and national levels for her achievements as a student-athlete.
A federal rule says if there’s an approved drug on the market in Canada, then other unapproved forms of the drug are no longer accessible, even if the new drug costs much more.
An experimental therapy which involves a face-to-face discussion between a person with schizophrenia and an avatar representing their auditory hallucination may help reduce symptoms, when provided alongside usual treatment, according to a study.
Trades and careers in renewable energy, like wind and solar power, could play a part in easing Alberta’s employment crunch, providing jobs in the near future and for decades to come.
A generic version of an effective HIV-prevention drug has come on the market in the past few days, but experts say the medication is still far too expensive for many people who need it, and they’re hoping other generic versions being released in the coming weeks will be sold at a much lower price.
There hasn’t been a gold standard for how orthopaedic spine surgeons promote new bone growth in patients, but now Northwestern University scientists have designed a bioactive nanomaterial that is so…
Cooking from scratch is healthier for us and produces less waste. Robyn shares a peek at her journey preparing from-scratch food for herself and her family