LEAP Study Prompts New Peanut Introduction Guidelines for Physicians

Appeared online and in print for Allergic Living magazine, June, 2015. Multiple medical organizations from around the world have come together to create new interim guidelines for infant peanut consumption following a landmark study that showed early, rather than delayed introduction of peanuts can protect against the development of allergy. The British LEAP (Learning Early About Peanut Allergy) study, published earlier […]

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ANOKHI Media: Why Was 2013 The Year Of Selfies

Appeared online for ANOKHI Media, Jan. 27, 2014 “1, 2, 3…Smile!” In the past, these instructions were usually said to a posed cluster of people but last year, social-media lovers increasingly turned the camera around. Armed with smartphones, and at times, a well-practiced duck face, “selfies” became a social media staple in 2013. With platforms like […]

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Globe and Mail: Taxi driver charged in skateboarder’s death released on $200,000 bail

Appeared online for the Globe and Mail, May 24, 2012 The taxi driver charged with second-degree murder in the fatal collision with a skateboarder on Toronto’s King Street East was released Thursday on $200,000 bail. In front of a well-attended hearing, Superior Court Justice Ian Nordheimer released Adib Ibrahim under strict conditions that he not leave his home […]

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