Discovery Minutes

Reading long published research papers not your thing? We understand! To make sure children, youth, families, donors, and the general public know the outcome of our research studies we created our Discovery Minute video series. Understanding the science has never been so easy!

  1. Discovery Minute – Routine lung volume exercises in boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy

    Discovery Minute – Routine lung volume exercises in boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy

  2. Discovery Minute – Inactive lifestyles among children with innocent heart murmurs or congenital heart disease

    Discovery Minute – Inactive lifestyles among children with innocent heart murmurs or congenital heart disease

  3. Discovery Minute – Can inhaled magnesium be used to treat acute asthma instead of an IV?

    Discovery Minute – Can inhaled magnesium be used to treat acute asthma instead of an IV?

  4. Discovery Minute – Using Matchmaker Exchange to discover rare disease causing genes

    Discovery Minute – Using Matchmaker Exchange to discover rare disease causing genes

  5. Discovery Minute – How long after a concussion can you return to physical activity?

    Discovery Minute – How long after a concussion can you return to physical activity?

  6. Discovery Minute – Fear of hypoglycemia in children with type 1 diabetes and their parents

    Discovery Minute – Fear of hypoglycemia in children with type 1 diabetes and their parents

  7. Vomiting as a predictor in pediatric minor head injury – Discovery minute

    Vomiting as a predictor in pediatric minor head injury – Discovery minute

  8. Sleep assumptions of kids with epilepsy

    Sleep assumptions of kids with epilepsy

  9. Predicting Persistent Post-Concussive Problems in Pediatrics – 5P Study

    Predicting Persistent Post-Concussive Problems in Pediatrics – 5P Study

  10. The Canadian Anaphylaxis Action Plan For Kids

    The Canadian Anaphylaxis Action Plan For Kids

  11. Determining which children with a minor head injury require a CT scan

    Determining which children with a minor head injury require a CT scan