When I heard my baby's heart beating for the first time, and saw the tiny organ pulsing on the screen of the ultrasound machine, I silently promised her that I would try my best to nurture her in every way possible. Little does she know she's already contributing to the world of research, and she hasn't even been born yet.
A team of Canadian researchers is hoping that a groundbreaking new study tracking thousands of women through pregnancy and the childhood of their babies will help reveal how genes and the environment...
Jason Lietaer (PC): This is the Hollywood campaign: pretend everyone can get one of the favoured jobs, and when the game of musical chairs ends after the election, tell Ontario families you screwed up again. Sorry. Miscalculated. Just like coal plants. And eco-fees. And eHealth.