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Uganda at 'big risk' for Ebola spreading from neighbouring Congo, officials say
The World Health Organization says the Ebola outbreak is not yet a global emergency but has called for an "intensified" response.
Rise in cases of rare polio-like illness in U.S. children, officials say
Waves of the mysterious condition that causes muscle weakness seems to appear every other year in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Canadian Blood Services mulling shorter wait time for gay donors
As Canadian Blood Services considers further reducing the wait time for gay men giving blood to three months after having sex, some experts say labelling an entire group of people as high risk isn't the best way to protect the blood supply.
Abbott Nutrition recalls meal replacements including Ensure Plus for possible bacterial contamination
Abbott Nutrition is recalling a number of canned nutritional beverages due to possible bacterial contamination, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency says.
Study shows HPV vaccination does not cause riskier sexual behaviour among teens
If pot use increases, government should amend legislation, says CMAJ
Chiropractor crackdown: College gives ultimatum on misleading health claims
Young drivers who use cannabis at higher risk of collisions for at least 5 hours, McGill finds
The struggle of survival: Toronto shooting victims face a cruel road to recovery
When scientists want their data fudged and why you should care
How long should police officers abstain from pot before going to work? Researchers weigh in
Around 550 Nunavut children waiting up to a year for urgent dental care
Doctors to prescribe museum visits to help patients 'escape from their own pain'
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Ebola outbreak could spiral out of control as health workers deal with armed insurgents, hostile locals
Opioid crisis coupled with doctor shortage leaves chronic pain patients desperate
Indigenous healing room opens at east Toronto hospital
Burnout, depression and even suicidal thoughts reported in survey of Canadian doctors
30 years after Morgentaler ruling, future doctors say medical schools neglect abortion training
'There's not a day that we go into work feeling safe': Video shows violent attack on Winnipeg hospital staff
On top of the grief, there's the shame: families of victims frustrated with stigma of opioid use
Doctor questions 'disgraceful' care provided by private, high-volume methadone clinics amid opioid crisis
Petition calls for national ban on 'conversion therapy' for LGBT youth