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Researchers share findings that could lead to better cancer care

New research from the Faculty of Health – overseen by Professor Olasunkanmi Adegoke and PhD student Stephen Mora ­– looks to better understand the syndrome by asking the question: why do cachectic patients have impaired ability to use nutrients?

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Professors consider the long-term health impact of wildfires

Emilie Roudier and Olivier Birot, professors with York University’s School of Kinesiology and Health Science in the Faculty of Health, have published research calling for a rethinking of the potential long-term health risks of wildfires.

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Cheryl Pritlove

Pritlove is a qualitative methodologist and health equity researcher with specific interests in gender disparities. Much of her work involves the application of gender theory to explore the conditions of paid and unpaid work and how social and health policies affect the health and health care of women and men at times of illness.

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Kathryn Johnston

Kathryn Johnston currently works at the School of Kinesiology and Health Sciences, York University in the field of Sport Psychology. She currently holds a role in supporting student athletes from a developmental and wellness perspective, but has worked in other fields of sport science such as strength and conditioning for elite athletes.

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