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Health research in action: More stories

Health research is making a real difference in the lives of Canadians. To learn more about how CIHR-supported research is generating innovative ideas and improving health, read our Health research in action stories.

Securing a healthy future for Canadian children after COVID-19
Better sleep may lead to a better fight against Alzheimer’s disease
'Breath-giving' research efforts could lead to more effective lung transplants
First aid with mental health at its heart
Brightening the lives and boosting the health of kids during COVID
Canada accelerates diabetes research
Home is in your heart and mind: How has the pandemic impacted youth experiencing homelessness?
Reaching new frontiers through international collaboration
Wellness Wheel offers effective treatments to residents of Saskatchewan’s Indigenous communities through shared knowledge
Hearing Our Voices: How a web-based curriculum is leading to better health care
Developing a method to predict preterm birth
Depression in pregnant women and health care providers during COVID-19
Promoting child health through a streamlined ethics review
How are kids affected by COVID-19?
Dr. Alisa Grigorovich – Change Agent
Analyzing whether wildfire created toxic pollution in Fort McMurray
Researcher’s analysis provided insight for both residents and firefighters of the community
Healthy sperm, healthy children
Pioneering McGill researcher studies the effects of environmental toxins on male sex cells
Pink Shirt Day: We all have a role to play in stopping bullying!
CIHR is supporting research into the health impacts of bullying
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