piPen and EpiPen Jr auto-injectors could stick inside their storage tubes

Health Canada reports problem with EpiPen

Health Canada is advising EpiPen and EpiPen Jr users to check devices as auto-injectors may remain...
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Sarah Brownridge donated 100 liters of breast milk to help sick babies across Canada. Photo: Colin Brownridge

Mother gives 100 liters of breast milk after baby’s death

A mother in Saskatoon donated 100 liters of breast milk after her baby died last June...
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The study showed that only 36% of children met the recommendations for screen time. Photo: iStock

No more than two hours of screen a day for children’s brains

Young people who spend more than two hours a day in front of screens have lower...
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How To Get Rid Of Acne Scars

Acne scars are a cosmetic dilemma, but there are possible options for repairing their appearance. The...
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Aging cells associated with dementia

Senescent cells accumulate in certain areas of the brain before cognitive loss, US neuroscientists have found...
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opioid Crisis: more than 1000 fatal overdoses in three months

In the first three months of 2018, there have been at least 1036 deaths apparently related...
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Thousands potentially exposed to measles in Vancouver

The Vancouver Coastal Health Authority warns the 20,000 people who attended the Skookum Music Festival last...
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Smoking herbal tea to stop smoking

The Quebec government has just granted funds to Nathalie Turenne to develop the herbal product of...
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Living without a uterus

Physically and morally, some women who suffer from endometriosis, a chronic inflammatory disease, decide to have...
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Alberta to fund PrEP to prevent the spread of HIV

Alberta will pay the costs of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for everyone starting October 1st. “It’s all...
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