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“We need to think about changing the program to be effective and to be safe," notes one expert. more
Guy Felicella, a harm reduction and recovery expert in British Columbia, says all regions in Canada need to persevere with treating substance addictions as a health issue. more
Accessibility advocates and White Rock city council are not seeing eye to eye on making the pier more accessible. more
Nine-year-old Carter Vigh died from an asthma attack last July, triggered by poor air quality caused by wildfires. more
One hormone in particular may explain the health benefits of physical activity at this time. more
The National Advisory Committee on Immunization is recommending a universal immunization program against respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, for all infants. more
In response to the rising threat of antimicrobial resistance, Canada announced the distribution of national prescribing guidelines to optimize the use of antibiotics. more
Alt meats make it easy to go vegan. But do they make it healthy? more
The Boston-based company files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy to implement a restructuring support agreement. more
Ontario has warned Toronto Public Health's top doctor to drop the city's drug decriminalization application with Health Canada. more
Family doctors in the city of Belleville say they are getting paid around $39 from the government for every patient visit, which they say isn't enough to cover their costs. more
Healthcare-tech investor Christina Farr, 36, said most people tell her they're relieved to be off camera when she asks to take meetings by phone. more
After the government of Alberta released details about its plan to overhaul the healthcare system, frontline workers say the transition needs to be done properly to avoid disaster. more
The intention of this data collection is to develop more accurate sources of data related to homelessness to ensure the proper supports and services are available. more
In light of increased concerns over bird flu fragments discovered in American dairy cattle and their milk supply, Canadian authorities have launched nationwide testing efforts. more
Researchers say man-made influences have pushed northern summer highs well beyond anything seen in two millennia The post Summer 2023 Was North’s Hottest in 2,000 Years – France24 appeared … more
If you think all generics are the same regarding side effects, manufacturing quality, price, and Part D prescription-drug coverage, you’re mistaken. more
Justice Simon Coval ruled that while the orders did violate Charter Guarantees of Conscience and Religion, the infringement was reasonable to protect public health. more
Among respondents diagnosed with depression and/or anxiety, 50% said they’ve lost years of their life to mental illness. more
Dr. Eileen de Villa, Toronto's medical officer of health who led the fight against COVID-19, says she will leave the post by year's end. more
A Nova Scotia health official told a legislature committee today that virtual health care is “absolutely here to stay." more
A Condor flight from a tropical destination turned to disaster after multiple passengers fell ill. more
Frito Lay Canada said it is working closely with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to ensure the recalled products are removed from the marketplace. more
New measures will affect $18 billion in Chinese imports such as steel and aluminium, 'legacy' chips, batteries, critical minerals, solar cells, cranes and syringes The post Biden Ramps US Tariffs … more
In addition, more parents are concerned with their children’s mental health than physical health. more
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