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Human breast milk exosomes attenuate intestinal damage
H Miyake, C Lee, S Chusilp, M Bhalla, B Li, M Pitino, S Seo, DL O’Connor, ...
Pediatric surgery international 36 (2), 155-163, 2020
552020
Stigma and blame related to COVID-19 pandemic: A case-study of editorial cartoons in Canada
F Labbé, C Pelletier, JA Bettinger, J Curran, JE Graham, D Greyson, ...
Social Science & Medicine 296, 114803, 2022
112022
Aunties, WhatsApp, and “haldi da doodh”: South Asian communities’ perspectives on improving COVID-19 public health communication in Ontario, Canada
M Bhalla, H Boutros, SB Meyer
Canadian Journal of Public Health, 1-8, 2022
2022
Nova Scotia Strong: why communities joined to embrace COVID-19 public health measures
A Steenbeek, A Gallant, NE MacDonald, J Curran, JE Graham
Canadian Journal of Public Health, 1-10, 2022
2022
Complicity in the Climate Emergency: An Investigation Into the Links Between the University of British Columbia and the Fossil Fuel Industry
A Brookes, J Emsley, T Gaster, M Xie, H Zaidi
https://www.climatejusticeubc.org/report, 2022
2022
Student-Activists’ Narratives on Organizing for Climate Justice in Institutional Settings: An Observational and Participatory Qualitative Study
M Bhalla
2021
Determining Knowledge, Understanding, Perception and Attitudes Towards Climate Change-related Health Risks by Public Health Actors in Ontario to Better Inform Climate …
M Bhalla
University of Waterloo, 2021
2021
Immigrant women’s perceptions of cervical cancer prevention strategies in Ontario, Canada: A framework-informed qualitative analysis
KA Benjamin
University of Waterloo, 2021
2021
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