Researchers serve up healthy recipes based on evidence that a diet high in animal-based protein helps maintain muscle during treatment.
Getting at least two-thirds of protein intake from meat, fish and dairy helps people maintain muscle and tolerate treatments, say experts.
Want a romantic relationship that makes you happy? Think about the ‘we’ rather than the ‘me’, says Adam Galovan (Human Ecology). Instead of focusing only on what’s in it for you, think about what’s good for the relationship.
Heidi Bates (Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science) discusses TikTok’s frozen treat trend.
William Shotyk (Renewable Resources) discusses the pristine water found in Tiny, Ontario.
U of A researchers led by Janet Fast (Human Ecology) have teamed up with Caregivers Alberta and MyMatchWork to create a digital platform that will help connect unpaid caregivers with flexible, meaningful work.
Catherine Field (Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science) received new funding for equipment to further her research to determine why diet affects immunity—part of $4.8 million in foundational research infrastructure for 23 projects out of the U of A.
Uldis Silins (Renewable Resources) discusses the impact of wildfires on the ecosystem.
Mike Flannigan (Renewable Resources) says once-rare fire thunderstorms happen almost every day in North America.
Jen Beverly (Renewable Resources), writes about the importance of preparing for wildfires in terms of mitigation and disaster management.