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Canadian video debunking fake online health claims becomes viral hit
A Canadian science communicator wanted to show how people's emotions and desire for easy answers can be manipulated when it comes to science and health information. His fake video with a very real message now has millions of views.
Europe's Best brand Field Berry Mixes recalled for possible salmonella contamination
There's been a recall issued for Europe's Best brand Field Berry Mixes due to possible salmonella contamination.
Health Canada ordered to release confidential drug company data on HPV vaccines
A Federal Court judge has ordered Health Canada to release to an American researcher reams of clinical trial data on five medications, undercutting the federal government’s attempts to keep the information confidential.
Supreme Court rules B.C. doesn't have to disclose health records to cigarette maker
British Columbia does not have to hand over the detailed health care records of millions of people to tobacco company Philip Morris International, says Canada's top court. Friday morning's unanimous Supreme Court decision clears a hurdle in the province's quest to sue cigarette companies for billions in health-care costs.
Website promotes tackling insomnia without use of medication
Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay nearly $4.7B in ovarian cancer case
Pediatricians need more information on medical marijuana for kids, study says
Tiny balloon catheter used by military stops bleeding in trauma patients
Mom takes aim at pharmacy over daughter's close call with nut allergy
Boys recovering in hospital after Thai cave rescue doing well, health officials say
The poisonous secret hidden in some souvenirs arriving at Halifax airport
Ontario going back to old sex-ed curriculum in fall, PCs say
Some heart, high blood pressure drugs containing valsartan recalled due to cancer risk
Bring on the tats: Patients don't mind if health-care providers sport body art
Trump says the U.S. is not against breastfeeding, calls New York Times story 'fake news'
Massive failure in cervical cancer screening prompts Ireland to overhaul testing
When you eat — not when you sleep — may be the problem with shift work, study suggests