Ten risk factors that can be modified are responsible for nine of 10 strokes worldwide, but the ranking of those factors vary regionally, says a study led by researchers of the Population Health Research Institute (PHRI) of McMaster University.
McMaster’s Director of Development has received an international award honouring a person who has grown the advancement profession internationally.
Two Marauders rowers and a coach have been selected to join Team Canada at the FISU World University Rowing Championship in September.
Ads for unhealthy foods and beverages high in sugar or salt have an immediate and significant impact on children and lead to harmful diets, according to research from McMaster.
Engineering deans from around the globe came together at McMaster University to brainstorm ways to address climate change using innovative technology.
Researchers have established a way to harness DNA as the engine of a microscopic “machine” they can turn on to detect things like viruses, bacteria, cocaine and metals.
Jennifer Heisz, 2016 recipient of the 2016 Petro-Canada Young Innovator Award, will be conducting research on the use of exercise breaks in classroom lectures for the purpose of optimal learning for students.
A new digital exhibit and experiential learning project is using rare maps from the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection to help students better understand the art and craft of mapmaking.
Three McMaster researchers working to improve the lives of women around the world have been recognized by the Council of Ontario Universities.
'Education is impossible outside of society, just as society is impossible without education'
MacLellan had to make a choice — continue pursuing hockey, or try something else.
Distinguished Canadian author's legacy live on in McMaster's libraries
Cultural Theorist Henry Giroux was featured in a New York Times series on the subject of violence.
Sunscreen’s UV-blocking power could get a major boost from the addition of an all-natural waste product from the pulp and paper industry.
We're giving away a $1,000 travel voucher to a lucky member of the class of 2016 (plus other goodies like swag and tickets to a few additional winners) and it's so simple to enter.
New research into the ringing-ear condition known as tinnitus points to an alarming level of early hearing damage in young people who are exposed to loud music.