August 14, 2018Canada & the World
Splitting up families to discourage future border-crossers objectifies children, treating them like they are possessions rather than people with rights, says McMaster political science professor J. Marshall Beier
August 2, 2018Health & Medicine
Pfizer has said it will not have new stock of the life-saving epinephrine autoinjector until the end of August - and Pfizer’s the only such needle available in the country.
August 1, 2018Environment & Sustainability
The number of mosquitoes we see each change from year to year. This is because the successful reproduction of mosquitoes depends on precipitation levels and warm weather.
July 31, 2018
A number of McMaster programs have been ranked among the best in the world by ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects.
June 19, 2018Business & the Economy
New research on precarious employment by Wayne Lewchuk and PEPSO examines which workers benefited most from a localized economic boom.
June 13, 2018Health & Medicine
The study findings contrast with pre-existing data that shows the drug is linked to an increased chance of suicidal behaviour in the general population.
June 11, 2018Environment & Sustainability
As summer-like temperatures bring ticks out of hibernation, a biologist from McMaster warns that they are spreading across Ontario, increasing the risk for infections such as Lyme disease.
June 1, 2018Health & Medicine
Alfonso Iorio has been named the inaugural holder of the new Bayer Chair for Clinical Epidemiology Research and Bleeding Disorders.
May 23, 2018Health & Medicine
Patients are helping researchers, including those at McMaster University, clarify the essential aspects of assessing the value of gene therapy in hemophilia.
May 22, 2018Health & Medicine
When reporting on Indigenous health outcomes, it is crucial to provide context for Indigenous health challenges and highlight strengths, to avoid contributing to stigmatization in wider society, McMaster researchers say in the CMAJ.
May 17, 2018Health & Medicine
Paul O’Byrne is the principal investigator on a study that suggests an alternative to conventional treatment strategies.
May 16, 2018Environment & Sustainability
The research suggests the two species diverged from one another approximately 22 million years ago.
May 8, 2018Health & Medicine
Trying to catch ’em all could have mental health benefits, according to McMaster researchers.
May 1, 2018Business & the Economy
Disclosing detailed financial reports to a prospective franchisee is optional — and expensive. But the companies that do it are often a high-quality investment, DeGroote School of Business researchers find.
May 1, 2018Canada & the World
Black, Latin American and southeast Asian Grade 12 students are less prepared for post-secondary education than white students, a new study by Karen Robson shows.
April 30, 2018Health & Medicine
Extensive data analyses in a study from McMaster show that supplemental oxygen, when given liberally to these patients, increases the risk of death without improving other health outcomes.