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NÜTRL-branded tumblers have been recalled. The manufacturer says it’s received 43 reports from consumers who experienced various symptoms following use of the promotional product. more
The lawsuit says the Florida woman fell unconscious after "banging inside the ride" and that her family found her limp at the end of the waterslide. more
With the number of climate-related emergencies expected to worsen, some parts of the country will need to move quickly to disaster-proof life-saving infrastructure, experts say. more
Canada's reliance on foreign queen bees may mitigate crop loss, but it also poses significant risks to the nation's beekeeping industry and ecosystem health. more
The founder of the famed Rancho la Puerta resort says that not worrying is more important than what kind of water you drink. more
Following another human case of bird flu linked to dairy cows in the U.S., a Canadian agency confirmed that Canada's milk supply remains free of avian flu fragments. more
Brightly colored Lost Mary and Elf Bar brands has helped the share of British 18-24-year-olds who vape triple since May 2021. more
When women don’t receive regular care, they could skip important preventive measures like mammograms. more
Dr. Rajaie Batniji the CEO Waymark said some organizations aren’t going beyond the minimum requirements of value-based care. more
“It's really important that teenagers get exposed to the vaccine before they’re exposed to the virus.” more
Women may want to start stockpiling abortion pills and contraception ahead of a potential Trump re-election in November, activists say. more
Beijing has warned that Washington's efforts to further deepen ties with Seoul and Tokyo could stoke tensions in the region The post China, South Korea, Japan to Meet in First Summit in 4 Years … more
Pay increased nearly 6% in 2023—not enough to account for inflation and low reimbursements, found Doximity. more
The drug crisis claimed an average of six lives a day in B.C., amounting to more than 2,500 people in 2023 alone.  more
Pilot projects are underway to bring a model of care inspired by European dementia villages to long-term care homes throughout British Columbia. more
George Hampton, the Currax CEO, explains the benefits of anti-obesity medications and how affordability and availability of them is rapidly changing. more
The research, based on data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, was published Wednesday in the journal Addiction. more
Sales of anti-obesity drugs hit $1.1 billion in the second quarter of 2023. more
In an open letter, her mother Caroline McIntyre, who is an emergency physician, said a 15-minute delay in her daughter receiving naloxone or CPR contributed to her death. more
Arthur Brooks, Author, Build the Life You Want, joined TheStreet to discuss the relationship between money and happiness and how to refine that relationship. more
“We are increasingly moving from patient to consumer, and consumers hold a tremendous amount of power,” Liana Douillet Guzmán said at Fortune's Brainstorm Health conference. more
The cruise line wants to make one policy very clear to everyone onboard its ships. more
The number of people aged 65 and over checking into ERs in Ontario for what amounted to cannabis poisoning grew sharply over an eight-year period. more
When employees suffer, so, too, does business. more
Chinese regulators give a green light for pharma giant's diabetes drug tirzepatide, which is marketed as Mounjaro, or Zepbound (for weight loss). It comes at a time of huge global demand The post … more
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