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Critics have seized on the ruling from the Supreme Court of Alabama, which stands to inflame an already contentious debate on reproductive rights. more
The billionaire could change the world in a significant new way with this innovation. more
Elon Musk said the recipient of Telepathy, Neuralink's brain implant, seems to have made a full recovery and can move a mouse on a screen with thought alone. more
When your diet falls short in magnesium, you’re at higher risk for certain health problems. more
The annual training event is held in honour of 11-year-old Caleb Kroffat, who died suddenly outside of the Island Savings Centre in the Vancouver Island city. more
Protesters repeatedly chanted, "No more silence!" and waved signs that read, "The silent majority has awakened," and "We elected you, and we can vote you out." more
The rare events included a higher risk of heart-related inflammation, a blood clot in the brain, and the neurological disorder Guillain-Barre syndrome. more
By understanding what your loved one needs, and how they need it expressed, there is less room for miscommunication and more room for great moments together. more
Social media is a big factor in the nation's loneliness epidemic — but tech companies including Groove, Luka, and Rendever also think they can fix it. more
The CRISP report shows a fluctuation of respiratory transmission in the past two week. One death was reported due to COVID-19 in the reporting period. more
"I understand that in a world where death is inevitable it feels like a hopeless situation to fight. In a world where death is a maybe, it's a different equation." more
Overdose deaths in the U.S. are now more likely to follow smoking drugs rather than injecting them, the CDC reports. Drug smoking is also a leading factor in Canadian overdoses. more
A restructuring of the Medicare drug benefit has wiped out big drug bills for people who need expensive medicines. But the legal battle over drug negotiations means uncertainty over long-term … more
The traditional diet, native to Spain and Portugal, also may decrease your risk of abdominal obesity and low “good” cholesterol. more
According to health experts, triple-negative breast cancer disproportionately affects young, Black women, is difficult to treat and patients are less likely to survive. more
When young Sloane Masikewich was diagnosed with cancer, the family decided to fight back. Their team "Strong Like Sloane" is raising money and awareness for childhood cancer. more
Consider these tips when trying to maintain a positive change. more
The company has nearly $70 million in debt and thousands of customers in various stages of treatment. more
The Manitoba government's focus on health care is set to get some help from the feds, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the province Thursday. more
Some studies show that ashwagandha improves mental clarity, attention, and cognitive function. more
The poll, which surveyed 2,048 adults in Canada, show 22 per cent reported splitting pills, skipping doses or deciding not to fill or renew a prescription due to cost. more
Dr. Stuart Turvey said the children's clinicians approached the Precision Health Initiative at the BC Children's Hospital two or three years ago, puzzled by the unknown condition more
Peterborough Public Health reports another five drug overdoses on Feb. 13, following 14 on the weekend. more
(NewsUSA) - Low back pain remains a leading cause of disability and missed time from work in the United States. However, an at-home traction device offers a path to relief, according to Dr. Jeff … more
(NewsUSA) - Over-the-counter (OTC) medicines provide quick and affordable access to the safe and effective, everyday options we need to take care of ourselves when issues arise. However, deciding … more
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