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Toronto Public Health calling on province to end non-medical exemptions for vaccines in schools
Toronto's medical officer of health is calling on the Ontario government to end non-medical exemptions for vaccines in schools. It's just one recommendation from a sweeping new report on how to address vaccine hesitancy in Toronto.
Omega-3: The treatment in search of an illness makes a comeback
Researchers have renewed interest in omega-3 supplements despite years of research that shows they have little to no health benefit. The latest meta-analysis finds it could alleviate some of the symptoms of depression in adults.
'It's been a roller-coaster': Sask. nurse prepares for appeal after $26K penalty over Facebook post
Carolyn Strom will be appealing a $26,000 penalty from the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association after the Prince Albert nurse made a Facebook post criticizing her grandfather's care in a health centre.
'Not talking about it hasn't worked': Why some say it's crucial to face the reality of subway suicide
Vancouver mayor calls on federal leaders to act on overdose crisis
'He was a hero of mine': Cancer survivor reflects on importance of Terry Fox run
Neskantaga First Nation issues state of emergency after evacuation request denied
Congo police detain former health minister in Ebola funds probe
Fight for safe supply of drugs is 'this generation's Insite,' advocates say
How a way to quit smoking morphed into a teen vaping epidemic
Living with aphantasia: What it feels like when you can't picture things in your head
Vaping illness in U.S. gives Canada pause as legal sales near
Ebola survivor in Congo passes college exam taken in isolation
What is a 'safe supply' of drugs and how would it work?
Canada's lung, colon cancer survival rates among highest of developed nations studied
What are vaping-associated illnesses and why are doctors concerned?
Court halts Ontario cannabis store licensing until judicial review takes place
N.S. affordable prescription drug program expanding
Montrealers who challenged assisted dying laws see ruling as 'ray of hope'
Ford government restructuring Ontario's health ministry
Alberta medical examiner's office may have lost culture of respect for the dead, expert says
Quebec judge overturns parts of federal, provincial laws on medically assisted dying
U.S. must do something about vaping, Trump says