Tuesday, August 4, 2015



WHO-led study shows Canadian-made Ebola vaccine protects against dreaded disease

TORONTO — It appears the world finally has an effective Ebola vaccine.
A new study reports that a vaccine designed by scientists working at Canada’s National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg induces a quick and highly protective response against the virus.
This is the first time an experimental Ebola vaccine has been shown to protect people against the deadly disease.


Recipe for geoduck salad with mango and chili

Any conversation about geoduck clams really should begin by getting the 12-year-old boy humour out of the way at the start.