Faculty of Health in the Media


2017

December

‘Artificial pancreas’ works during intense exercise (Dec. 28)
Kinesiology & Health Science professor Michael Riddell was quoted by Reuters UK.

Ontario Disability Coalition says children being left behind (Dec. 20)
Health Policy & Equity student Samadhi Mora Severino was mentioned in the Richmond Hill Liberal.

Family’s heart-rending case prompts call for autism strategy: ‘We are not alone’ (Dec. 4)
Psychology professor Jonathan Weiss was quoted by Global News.

What masters athletes know about 'harmonious passion' (Dec. 1)
Kinesiology & Health Science professor Jessica Fraser-Thomas was mentioned in The Globe and Mail.

York University study suggests kids are racially biased, but mellow with age (Dec. 1)
Psychology professor Jennifer Steele was quoted in the Toronto Star.

November

Workplace violence plagues personal support workers (Nov. 27)
School of Health Policy and Management professor Tamara Daly was quoted in the Toronto Star.

Needles and flu season: Overcoming the fear and panic (Nov. 21)
Psychology professor Rebecca Pillai Riddell appeared on The National on CBC.

Most Canadian Kids with Concussions Don’t Get Follow-Up Care (Nov. 16)
Kinesiology & Health Science professor Alison Macpherson was mentioned in PsychCentral.

The translator that sits in your ear (Nov. 9)
Psychology professor Ellen Bialystok was mentioned in an article by BBC News.

"SECOND OPINION | Space travel could cause more than headaches" (Nov. 4)
Kinesiology & Health Science professor Lauren Sergio was quoted by CBC News.

October

Being schizophrenic doesn't mean you have multiple personalities — here's how to tell the difference (Oct. 26)
Psychology professor Robert Muller was quoted by Business Insider.

Inside the progressive think tank that really runs Canada (Oct. 12)
School of Health Policy and Management professor emeritus Joel Lexchin was mentioned in Maclean's Magazine.

Squirrels Gone Wild: Their Quirky Behaviors Explained (Oct. 10)
Psychology professor Suzanne Macdonald was quoted in National Geographic.

Bilingualism: What happens in the brain? (Oct. 10)
Psychology professor Ellen Bialystok was quoted in Medical News Today.

September

Ontario to force pharmaceutical companies to disclose money paid to doctors (Sept. 27)
School of Health Policy and Management professor emeritus Joel Lexchin was quoted in The Globe and Mail.

Thinking-while-moving' exercises may help people with Alzheimer's, Toronto researchers find (Sept. 21)
Kinesiology & Health Science professor Lauren Sergio was quoted by CBC News.

#HowIMadeIt: Deanna Lentini, Grassroots Movement Founder (Sept. 18)
Kinesiology & Health Science alumna Deanna Lentini was profiled in Flare Magazine.

Young adults with autism more likely to have psychiatric problems: study (Sept. 13)
A study by Psychology professor Jonathan Weiss was mentioned in the Globe and Mail.

August

How to fail in a world that won’t let you (Aug. 31)
Psychology professor Myriam Mongrain was quoted in the Toronto Star.

The amazing fertility of the older mind (Aug. 28)
Psychology professor Ellen Bialystok was mentioned in an article by BBC News.

Opioid crisis / Purdue Pharma OxyContin settlement (at 2:31:54 mins) (Aug. 10)
School of Health Policy and Management professor emeritus Joel Lexchin was interviewed on CBC The Early Edition.

Cognitive behavioural therapy helps autistic kids (Aug. 2)
Psychology professor Jonathan Weiss was interviewed on CTV News.

Heat waves could create global instability: professor
Global Health professor Steven Hoffman was quoted on CBC The National (Aug. 2) and in an article by Radio Canada International (Aug. 4) on the topic of climate change and health.

July

Provinces to be kept from recouping full medical costs of OxyContin crisis (Jul. 31)
School of Health Policy and Management professor emeritus Joel Lexchin was quoted in the Globe and Mail.

Province sets out game plan to tackle gender gap in sports (Jul. 25)
Kinesiology & Health Science professor Parissa Safai was quoted in the Toronto Star.

After blowing July 1 deadline, Canada seems likely to legalize pot while ignoring UN treaties (Jul. 19)
Global Health professor Steven Hoffman was quoted in an article by Global News.

Raccoon Gives Birth in the Backseat of a Camaro (Jul. 14)
Psychology professor Suzanne Macdonald was quoted in National Geographic.

A broken heart is a real medical condition (Jul. 5)
Kinesiology & Health Science professor Sherry Grace was interviewed on CTV Your Morning.