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One 'like' away from getting grandmother's approval

Published: November 3, 2016

A group of McMaster University students have created an interactive way of informing the public that sometimes grandmothers do know best.

As part of The Institute of Human Development, Child and Youth Health (IHDCYH) Talks video competition, McMaster Masters of Science students submitted a video focusing on the South Asian Birth Cohort Sub-Study on optimal perinatal health behaviours from the perspectives of grandmothers.

The goal of the competition is to determine which video can get the most amounts of votes by hitting the thumbs up icon. The online voting component is to encourage applicants to share their video as widely as possible with help from friends and family. The voting period takes place from Nov. 1 to Nov. 30.

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