The controversial harm reduction approach is better known for treating heroin addicts.
- Patient advocacy group launching a campaign to stop the provincial government from taking services out of public hospitals and putting them in private clinics
- Blood test may now accurately predict whether a patient has developed Alzheimer’s
- Researchers have identified 10 habits that make people happy
- California lawmakers introduce legislation to regulate that state’s medical marijuana industry
- Experts say people should start getting their young children used to the time change a day earlier
- England’s chief medical officer says a sugar tax may have to be introduced to curb soaring obesity rates
- New smartphone app and plug-in wakes up sleepers by diffusing the smell of bacon
- Prime Minister Stephen Harper say Canada is going to host an international summit on maternal, new born and child health
- Researchers have modified genes in the blood cells of a dozen HIV patients in an effort to help them resist the AIDS virus
Heinz Canada has issued a voluntary recall for six types of its baby food because of a packaging defect.
At least five Canadian children have been treated with a drug regimen some researchers are suggesting may be a cure.
A significant proportion of high school students appears to be consuming high-caffeine energy drinks, and for some of them at least there seems to be a link with mental health issues, substance use and sensation-seeking behaviour, a study has found.
Has your child or teen come home and said “they’re not eating anything with a face on it? Food and nutrition expert Rose Reisman offers some tips
- The clocks move forward one hour on Sunday, March 6, as Canada moves to Daylight Saving Time.
- Scientists in California say climate change could affect the avocado crop.
- App that helps you to locate a nearest bathroom is in the works.
- New study finds workers are happiest when doing simple, busy work because they got a feeling of accomplishment without any heavy mental lifting.
- Oscar Mayer is now selling lunchables for adults called P3 to the U.S. market.
- Federal government says the unforeseen growth of its medical marijuana program has seriously affected the goal of providing the drug to patients while ensuring public safety.
Food mascots that you admired as a child may be to blame for obesity, according to a study in the Journal of Consumer Research. Food and nutrition expert Rose Reisman reports.