To boost post-pandemic math learning, a multi-dimensional approach is needed that promotes the success of the whole child: academic, physical and socio-emotional.
As the COVID-19 pandemic fades, we may debate whether public health responses could have been better. But first we need to understand what public health errors are — and are not.
With rising cases and as we head towards the festive season, testing remains important.
Viruses can get into cells in several ways. Figuring out how to stop them from entering in the first place is a key to developing better vaccines and stopping future pandemics.
Wearing a mask at the shops, on public transport and in other crowded settings will improve your chances of a COVID-free Christmas.
Antimicrobial resistance is an epidemic that kills close to 5 million people annually. The solutions are complex and must take into account the needs of the poor.
Understanding the traits of different customer groups can help shoppers and businesses serve their communities more ethically and effectively, especially in times of crisis.
Workplaces committed to diversity and inclusion need to ensure they don’t overlook the importance of addressing mental health concerns.
Not only is the health sector feminized, but women — particularly racialized women — are more likely to be in jobs at the low end of the pay scale, but that require prolonged contact with patients.
Research on both sides of the globe shows that unmanageable workloads is the main reason why many ambulance service staff are considering quitting the profession.
Nearly four years on from the start of the pandemic, there has been no independent review of the role the intelligence agencies played during the crisis.
Vaccine policies fall on a spectrum, from mandates to recommendations. Deciding what to use and when is not so much a science but a balancing act between personal autonomy and public good.
Memorialising a pandemic that is still underway is a challenge. Official commemoration needs to be about remembrance and preparedness.
COVID-19 remains a global public health threat despite its current non-pandemic status.
Employees revealed a constant ‘drip’ of verbal abuse could be even more harmful than physical violence.
While both nursing homes and home care impose financial burdens, their differing structures can influence how older Canadians save money.
Hundreds of thousands of red hearts adorn a wall directly opposite parliament, yet successive prime ministers have nothing to say about officially marking the lives lost in the pandemic.
COVID has spread many times from humans to white-tailed deer and back again.
No matter how much we believe our knowledge and our technological capabilities have evolved, pandemics prove we are still at the mercy of the natural world.
New research shows that breastfeeding rates peaked in 2020, a time of strict COVID restrictions.