In a North American first, a new surgery at the MUHC is giving amputees a better quality. Inspired by dental implants, the surgery involves inserting a titanium rod into a leg stump. That rod protrudes through the skin, latching on to a mechanical leg.
It seems Big Brother is always watching – even if you’re in a bar in London, England. The Underdog London is using facial recognition to stop patrons from skipping in line while waiting to be served their next pint.
Young people's privacy is sometimes nothing private and concerns the Quebec Commission d’acces a l’information (CAI) which relaunched its cybersecurity month tour of secondary schools called 'Ce que tu publies, penses-y'.
Olympic gold medallist Bruny Surin took thousands of steps during his racing career and they took a toll on his knees. But the sprinter’s joints are pain free, and he is crediting research out of the Centre hospitalier de l’Universite de Montreal.
A team of scientists spent weeks combing through the garbage of dozens of households to come up with what the researchers say is the most accurate measure yet of how much food is wasted in Canadian kitchens.