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U of T researchers explore how to prevent the flow of harmful microplastics from washing machines into waterways

University of Toronto researchers are tracking the source of tiny pieces of plastic, called microplastics, that are making their way into Canadian waterways – one laundry load at a time.

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Which non-tuition fees can students opt out of? U of T receives more details

The University of Toronto has received further guidance on the Ontario government’s directive to let students opt out of fees for many student societies and services.?

The new policy, to take effect in September, allows post-secondary students to withdraw from non-tuition fees considered non-essential.

But according to information provided to universities this week, fees related to health and counselling, athletics and recreation, and academic support services are among those that will remain compulsory.

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U of T-led study draws links between diabetes and mental illness in some patients

Young people who develop type 2 diabetes earlier in life have an increased risk of developing a serious mental illness before age 40, according to a new University of Toronto-led study.

The study, led by Calvin Ke, a PhD student at U of T’s Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, found one-third of hospitalizations for patients with younger onset diabetes resulted in a diagnoses for mental illness, including bipolar disorder, schizophrenia?and depression.?