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Wilson has a good sense of who he is, where he is, and when it is, but could not name his children beyond the two who live with him, a court-appointed lawyer said. more
“Colorectal cancer is no longer considered just a disease of the elderly population," noted a researcher. more
The disease has spread to poultry in 48 states, dairy cattle in nine, and two people in Texas and Colorado. more
Despite the rise of gun violence in America, few medical guidelines exist on removing bullets from survivors’ bodies. more
The clinic will be open from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., on the B wing of the fourth floor. Test results will be relayed within six weeks, regardless of result. more
The Pleasanton, Calif., medical device maker seeks to reorganize and eliminate $27 million in prepetition secured obligations. more
The Haliburton, Kawartha Pine Ridge District Health Unit is connecting recent opioid drug poisonings with a light yellow or green substance being sold as fentanyl or 'down.' more
A couple decided to remodel their house while still living in it — even though it's a construction zone. Their two young kids are helping out, too. more
A virus that can turn raccoons into 'zombies' has been raging for years. Here's what to do if you encounter a raccoon with canine distemper virus (CDV). more
Details of a tentative four-year agreement between the Manitoba Nurses Union and the province are being revealed. more
People sheltering in the camp said they're consistently on the receiving end of government policy but have had little to no meaningful consultation with decision-makers. more
The 30-year-old is now in critical condition in hospital and needs blood transfusions to ensure she is stable enough for an air transfer to Miami. more
A Calgary mother is keeping the legacy of her daughter alive, 10 years after she lost her to complications with Type 1 diabetes. more
The new designation means firefighters in the city will practice as emergency medical responders instead of simply first responders on calls. more
End-of-life doulas guide others through the very personal journey of dying. more
Several antidepressants have been added to the list of FAA-approved pilot medications. more
Ronnie Wiggs reportedly told police he killed his wife while she was in the hospital because he couldn't afford her medical bills. more
While the surgery is covered by New Brunswick's Medicare, the program only partially subsidizes the cost of lodging, which will be significant in Toronto. more
"I just don't want to see this happen to anybody," said Britt Moberg. more
Ronald Grayson sued Elara Caring, its affiliated companies, and others over the killing of his wife, Joyce Grayson, a 63-year-old mother of six who was found dead in a basement. more
The luxury fitness chain launches a new personalized longevity program that’ll deliver a range of in-depth assessments and guidance. more
The University of Manitoba received a record breaking investment for vaccine and biomedical research. This will also include the construction of two research facilities. more
The Canadian government is expanding its surveillance program for a form of avian flu amid a growing outbreak in U.S. dairy cattle. more
Here's what we know about microplastics and their potential effects on human health. more
Associate medical officer of health says people don't have to show symptoms to have STIs. more
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