Merkel, Europe’s most powerful political leader, made the inquiry in a private conversation with French President François Hollande
Jun 03, 2014
The BlackBerry maker’s first quarter earnings failed to meet analyst expectations
Jun 28, 2013
Exercise stabilizes levels of glucose in the the bloodstream, findings suggest
Jun 13, 2013
Innovative program at the University Health Network in Toronto tackles such issues as infection prevention
Jun 11, 2013
New study unearths ‘massive increase’ in the number of Canadians of Chinese descent diagnosed with type 2 diabetes
May 30, 2013
Call it a domino effect. Poor control of asthma symptoms negatively affects sleep and ultimately academic performance
May 22, 2013
Pleasing tunes could be used as an alternative to heavy-duty drugs for people on ventilators, study suggests
May 21, 2013
The risk of death – for patients who’ve had a heart attack or heart failure – is elevated for a long period after initial hospital admission, research shows
May 16, 2013
Researchers found that marijuana users appear to have better blood-sugar control than abstainers
May 15, 2013
Study shows computed radiography technology is 20 per cent less effective in detecting breast tumours
May 14, 2013
Paul Taylor is The Globe and Mail's health editor.
He is the recipient of the Connaught Medal for Excellence in Health Research Journalism, which is award by Canadians for Health Research, a national, non-profit organization.
Mr. Taylor has won two awards sponsored by the Canadian Science Writers' Association and received an honorable mention from the Roland F. Michener Award for Public Service in Journalism. He is also a co-winner of an award from The Centre for Investigative Journalism.
Although much of his work is devoted to health coverage, he also reports about space exploration.
Mr. Taylor, who joined The Globe in 1979, is a graduate of the University of Toronto and Ryerson Polytechnical Institute, now renamed Ryerson University
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