Science & Tech
Researchers found out new things about everything from health and science to history, hockey and dogs.
1. What scouts look for—and watch out for—in hockey prospects
A study by a master’s student and longtime WHL scout answered the question on every hockey parent’s mind—and showed that parents’ bad behaviour can also hurt a player’s brand.
2. Dinosaur skull turns paleontology assumptions on their head
The asymmetrical horns on a well-preserved Styracosaurus skull were so surprising, they could have paleontologists taking a new look at previous fossils to make sure they’ve been identified properly.
3. Canadians told to stop taking aspirin to prevent first heart attack, stroke
Never had a heart attack or stroke? You shouldn’t be taking aspirin to prevent it from happening, according to a new study that one of the researchers called “the most significant practice-changing evidence to come out in the past year.”
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