- There are calls for a new health agreement between the federal and provincial governments
- Ottawa is appealing an injunction that allows people to continue to grow their own medical marijuana
- Health officials say this is going to be a rough spring for hay fever sufferers
- New study gives big boost to fixing the heart’s main valve without open heart surgery
Officials say the Hamilton man contracted the disease on a trip to Philippines two weeks ago.
A visitor to Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park at 3636 Hawkestone Rd. in Mississauga has been diagnosed with the highly contagious illness.
A Quebec-based company has recalled about a dozen of its seafood products because they contain mustard not listed on the label.
- Morning-after pill will soon carry a new warning — that is not effective in women who weigh more than 165 pounds
- Mother arrested after drinking two beers and then breastfeeding her baby while having dinner at a restaurant
- Some health officials say it could be a bad spring allergy season due to plenty of snow this winter
- Mickey Mouse is getting blamed for damaging a child’s learning process
- Former Conservative cabinet minister Steven Fletcher wants to see changes to how doctor-assisted suicide is handled in Canada
- Women are posting pictures of themselves without makeup on Facebook to raise awareness for cancer research
- Half of couples who divorce say they do feel sense of shame and failure
- Surviving allergy season can be tough, but it’s important to have an action plan
- Oprah has launched an eight-city tour called “Oprah’s The Life You Want Weekend”
Protection was limited, around 41 per cent for healthy adults and a mere nine per cent for seniors.
Beekeepers, meanwhile, are growing ever more alarmed as their bees continue to die off.
- Women who don’t lose all their so-called baby weight after giving birth could be at risk for heart disease, stroke or diabetes later in life
- Ontario Health Minister Deb Matthews says she’s looking into claims that some private clinics are unlawfully billing patients they don’t really need
- Experts say some people can have a lingering cough for up to six weeks and can lead to secondary infection
- If you are always cold, it could be more than a symptom of being chilly and possibly Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)
- Study finds women with a certain breast cancer gene are more likely to develop high-risk uterine tumours, even if they had their ovaries removed