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LAVAL, QC and PRINCETON, NJ, Feb. 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Labopharm Inc. (TSX: DDS; NASDAQ: DDSS) today announced the U.S.
Even after regaining normal walking speed, traumatic brain injury (TBI) victims have not necessarily recovered all their locomotor functions, according to a study supervised by UniversitÃ© Laval's Bradford McFadyen and recently published in Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
The results of a recent study published in PNAS question the long-term effects of transplanted cells in the brains of patients suffering from Huntington's disease.
A research team including Serge Rivest of University Laval's Faculty of Medicine has demonstrated the existence of a type of cells that limits brain damage after a stroke.
Women who smoke during pregnancy risk delivering aggressive kids according to a new Canada-Netherlands study published in the journal Development and Psychopathology.
Wildlife satellite studies could lead to a radical re-thinking about how the snowy owl fits into the Northern ecosystem.
A study supervised by UniversitÃ© Laval researchers Gina Muckle and Ã‰ric Dewailly reveals that omega-3 intake during the last months of pregnancy boosts an infantâ€™s sensory, cognitive, and motor development. The details of this finding are published in a recent edition of the Journal of Pediatrics.
A research team supervised by UniversitÃ© Laval scientist Marc-AndrÃ© Sirard has identified genetic markers that allow the selection of eggs with the best chance of leading to successful pregnancy after in vitro fertilization (IVF). This finding could both increase the success rate of single embryo transfer and diminish the risk of multiple pregnancies. The details of the method developed by the researchers, for which an international patent application has been filed, are explained on...
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