Leading researchers come together to tackle mental illness head on.
A study commissioned by the University of Ottawa’s Positive Energy project from Nanos Research Inc. looked at Canadians’ attitudes to climate policy and in hopes of garnering acceptance and support for energy development for renewable and non-renewable energy sources.
Research by University of Ottawa Professor Holly Johnson found that a number of women who reported sexual violence were deterred by the Ottawa Police’s response to violence against women. Johnson’s study was featured during the Shine the Light campaign, which aims to raise awareness of violence against women, at city hall on Nov. 4.
A study by University of Ottawa researchers at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute has found a link between obesity and anxiety—and they may have also found a drug that helps with both.
By analyzing tweets from six major Canadian cities—Ottawa, Montreal, Vancouver, Edmonton, Toronto, and Halifax—researchers determined moods in each city relative to each other.
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A former University of Ottawa student says she can trigger out-of-body experiences at will. The 24-year-old psychology grad approached her professor after a lecture on the phenomenon in 2012, claiming it was a regular experience for her and that she “thought everybody could do that.”
Two researchers at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute recently published a study proving that heart disease can be preventable if potential sufferers are willing to make lifestyle changes.