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The coronavirus exposes the perils of profit in seniors’ housing

Martine August, University of Waterloo In May 2020, Orchard Villa, a long-term care home in Pickering, Ont., made headlines for a bad COVID-19 outbreak. Just two months into Ontario’s...

La estructura más compleja del universo pesa menos de dos kilogramos

Alino Martínez Marcos, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha; Alicia Flores Cuadrado, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha; Daniel Saiz Sánchez, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha; Isabel Úbeda Bañón, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha; Melania González Rodríguez, Universidad...

Así le pasa factura el estrés a nuestro cerebro (y más en pandemia)

Carmen Pedraza Benítez, Universidad de Málaga y Margarita Pérez Martín, Universidad de Málaga ¿Es el estrés perjudicial? Aunque la contestación pudiera parece obvia, no es tan simple. De hecho,...

Canadian dads are doing more at home than before the coronavirus pandemic

Kevin Shafer, Brigham Young University; Casey Scheibling, McMaster University, and Melissa Milkie, University of Toronto Over the past few months, everyday housework, like cooking and washing dishes, has multiplied...

Ending ‘streaming’ is only the first step to dismantling systemic racism in Ontario schools

Carl James, York University, Canada Last week, the Ontario government announced its plan to end streaming in Grade 9, something Education Minister Stephen Lecce acknowledged is a “racist, discriminatory”...

Cinco cambios en las relaciones laborales provocados por el coronavirus

Pedro César Martínez Morán, Universidad Pontificia Comillas y Fernando Díez Ruiz, Universidad de Deusto La covid-19 ha provocado el mayor cataclismo en tiempos de paz que ha sufrido la...

Economía circular: una oportunidad para la recuperación sostenible

Javier Carrillo Hermosilla, Universidad de Alcalá La economía actual, una economía lineal, de usar y tirar, genera una cantidad de residuos asombrosa. Esto implica una pérdida de valor igualmente...

8 summer activities to promote kids’ healthy development during COVID-19

Penny Pexman, University of Calgary; Lorraine Reggin, University of Calgary, and Sheri Madigan, University of Calgary With daycare and school closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic, parents have taken...

About that spare room: employers requisitioned our homes and our time

Julie P. Smith, Australian National University and Fiona Jenkins, Australian National University Working from home during COVID-19 appeared to cost us little. Yet employers effectively requisitioned...

Remote work: Employers are taking over our living spaces and passing on costs

Richard Shearmur, McGill University As many office workers adapt to remote work, cities may undergo fundamental change if offices remain under-utilized. Who will benefit if working from home becomes...