- Experts say there is no long-term research on the impact of digital devices on the development of a very young brain
- Research finds that even an experienced violinist can pick out the sound of a Stradivarius instrument
- Mayo Clinic looks at where warts come from and how you get them
- Thursday could be the warmest day of the year so far, and that could be bad news if you suffer from pollen allergies
- Researchers say drinking a glass of low-fat milk a day can dramatically reduce the risk of osteoarthritis in women who have knee problems
- Study finds eating a serving of beans, peas, chick peas and lentils can reduce bad cholesterol
- Driver of commuter train that derailed in NYC in 2013 has an undiagnosed sleep disorder
The doctors say the debate about assisted suicide has become mired in for-and-against arguments.
- South Carolina judge finds woman guilty of homicide by breast feeding via an overdose of morphine
- U.S. says it is getting closer to cracking down on electronic cigarettes, as the number of poison control centre calls from people ingesting liquid nicotine is increasing
- Study finds that adult cereals are placed on higher shelves, while children’s ones are placed on lower shelves
- New study suggests having a healthy heart when young will help ensure a healthy brain later in life
- Prime Minister Stephen Harper has unveiled a victim’s bill of rights
According to the Journal of the National Cancer Institute certain foods can reduce the risk of breast cancer, food and nutrition expert Rose Reisman says.
Various bottles and packages of Frontier, 365 Everyday Value and Simply Organic are included in the recall.
Alberta Health Minister Ed Horne says it’s unfair that Canadians have to pay more for the drug compared to Americans.
- Two Canadian men are going to be flying around the world in 80 days to bring attention to autism
- Study says the U.S. Centers for Disease Control’s guidelines for salt consumption might be too low
- Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto receives $6 million donation for Crohn’s and Colitis research
- England dealing with high air pollution and dust coming in from the Sahara
April 1 – Benefits of fruits & veggies, studying radio frequency waves & cancer, hospital infections
- International experts say the best defense against cancer and heart disease is a simple as eating more fruits and vegetables
- Federal government is being asked to aggressively study the potential cancer risks from radio frequency waves submitted by cell phones and other wireless devices
- Study finds 250,000 people each year in Canada will pick up infection while in hospital care
- Research suggests bullying is a problem even if the child is popular