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'Google Generation' wants more technology in health care but still values personal touch
People aged 18 to 34 are frequent users of the health care system and want to use technology in managing their health, a survey commissioned by the Canadian Medical Association suggests.
U.S. inmate executed using fentanyl for 1st time
Nebraska used a lethal injection of four drugs in a never-before-tried combination, including the powerful opioid fentanyl, to carry out its first execution in more than two decades.
'Behind the badge we have a human being': Officers could struggle psychologically after Fredericton shooting
It's normal for first responders to experience symptoms such as nightmares or increased irritability after a traumatic event such as Friday's shooting in New Brunswick, and they should seek help if problems continue or increase over time, experts say.
Ontario government puts 3 overdose prevention sites on hold
Ontario Minister of Health, Christine Elliott says the sites in Thunder Bay, St. Catharines and Toronto will be frozen as the province conducts a review of harm-reduction practices and determines if the sites "have merit."
Bayer shares plunge after Roundup hit with $289M lawsuit over cancer link
What should universal pharmacare look like? Advisory council turns to B.C. citizens for answers
Sask. AIDS worker calls for more drug pipes to combat high HIV rates
New dads show signs of postpartum depression too, experts say
Liberals move to give survivors of domestic violence paid leave
5 things nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer suggests might have stopped her killing