Monthly Archives: August 2016

I have a crippling fear of rollercoasters…so my editor put me on Leviathan

Katrina Clarke | August 27, 2016 | Toronto Star I am 7 years old, strapped into a kiddie roller-coaster, alone. I don’t want to do this, but it’s too late. The ride lurches forward and jerks downward, flipping my stomach and … Continue reading

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Microbiome: buzzword in gut health — but what is it?

Katrina Clarke | Aug. 19, 2016 | Toronto Star Have acne? Could be your gut. Crohn’s disease? PTSD? Obesity? Could be your gut. The gut microbiome — trillions of bacteria in your gastrointestinal tract — has everyone from immunologists to … Continue reading

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Out of basements and into bars

Katrina Clarke | Aug 2. 2016 | Toronto Star Paul Robinson is an investment planner by day and a beer-swilling gamer by night. Once a week, Robinson makes the trek from his downtown office to Good Game, Toronto’s first eSports, bar at … Continue reading

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