Could an eye exam diagnose Parkinson’s?

An Ontario group is working on a wide-ranging study to see if eyes can really provide ’windows to the brain’
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A cold day: The ice bucket challenge, one year later

The ALS Society is marking the one-year anniversary of its best campaign ever with hopes of recapturing the goodwill

What happened to the money from the ice bucket challenge?

The viral craze raised a cool $17 million for ALS Canada. How to spend that money has posed its own challenges.
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’A woman on the move’: Remembering an ALS advocate

Melanie York, a fierce advocate we profiled in March 2014, has passed away. A friend remembers her remarkable legacy.
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Maclean’s readers weigh in on the ice bucket challenge

Earlier this week, Scott Gilmore urged people to think before they donate. The opinion piece inspired much debate and feedback
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Why the Ice Bucket Challenge is bad for you

The ALS campaign may be a great way to raise money – but it is a horrible reason to donate it

Understanding ALS

ALS seems to be striking people who are younger and younger and doctors don’t know why