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An innovative new B.C. program is using the popular video game Minecraft to help children who have suffered a loss process their grief. more
The pharmacy is hopping on a growing trend among retailers. more
The West Shore RCMP's Mobile Integrated Crisis Response Team (MICR) is similar to the Car 87/88 in Vancouver and the Car 67 program in Surrey. more
After a cancer diagnosis, many young adults and children might struggle more with maintaining friendships, coping with losses, and facing the potential loss of fertility. more
HIV transmission via unsterile injection is a known risk of beauty treatments and other services, officials say. more
Several meat and vegetable products from three companies are being recalled in Canada due to concerns over listeria contamination. more
For most people approaching or in their golden years, supplements can be a boon. more
A “vampire facial” involves drawing a client's own blood, separating its components, then using tiny needles to inject plasma into the face to rejuvenate the skin. more
Karen and Brian Williams say the Quebec health system is leaving patients feeling vulnerable and ignored after they were left to wait hours for a doctor who wasn't even there. more
'Overall, we have a contrarian flavor,' the fund manager says, offering three stock picks with potential. more
Kraft Heinz CEO Carlos Abrams-Rivera eats just two meals a day, between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., as part of his intermittent-fasting routine. more
Sherwani who pushed for 5 years to get this clinic opened says there's a big lack of primary care, specialty care and urgent care medicine in Parc Ex. more
An employee started dating a coworker from her interview panel. When they were outed as a couple, the ethics became murky. They got married anyway. more
Prescription Drug Take Back Day, a nationwide effort to get unused prescription drugs out of circulation, is Saturday, April 27, 2024. more
A Halifax mother is calling for better access to hospital ultrasounds after she recently discovered she was having twins while receiving private care. more
What to read when you're feeling overwhelmed at work. more
"Stay updated on the latest cannabis news in Canada. Learn about health recalls, regulatory changes, and international expansions. read more more
The U.S. birth rate from 2023 was down 2% from 2022, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. more
PRHC says parking rates have not increased since 2016 despite rising maintenance costs. more
The ordinance not only sets a floor price. It prevents smokers and retailers from getting around it by prohibiting price discounts and coupons. more
A woman who had to be rushed into surgery after getting flesh-eating disease from invasive group A strep is warning others not to wait if they feel symptoms. more
Uncontrolled AMR is also projected to cost the world $855 billion annually until 2035, international leaders say. more
Here's what could happen next to Humana shares. more
Medicare provides coverage to manage a chronic condition, treat an injury or illness, or to ensure you can maintain your independence. more
(NewsUSA) - Dianne Mattiace shows that managing diabetes shouldn’t get in the way of enjoying your retirement, thanks in part to a game changing new technologyAfter a busy career in healthcare, … more
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