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Winnipeg woman who chose to die with medical assistance said struggle for home care help led to decision
Sathya Dhara Kovac, 44, died on Monday through the medical assistance in dying program. She had amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and told loved ones she wanted to live longer, but felt she had no other choice given barriers she faced getting enough home care support.
Kids' physical activity dropped during pandemic, but researchers encouraged by more outdoor play
While COVID-19 health measures halted play dates and organized sports, many families seized the opportunity to go outdoors, a new report by ParticipAction says. But those opportunities weren't available to everyone, it says.
Tips for parents on the hunt for kids' fever-reducing meds
Anxious parents are flooding social media sites in search of fever-reducing medication for their little ones as cold and flu season begins. Pediatricians and pharmacists are trying to reassure them there are options.
4 sex assault nurse examiners resign in wake of N.B. premier's comments
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'I don't know if I'm going to wake up': Mothers share stories of pregnancy-related complications
'Alarming' number of suicides in N.W.T. prompts coroner to release data earlier than usual
People with lived experience of addiction are helping an Ontario city tackle its overdose crisis
Canada significantly undercounts maternal deaths, and doctors are sounding the alarm
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Sexual health groups call for more testing as N.S. HIV cases increase
Swedish geneticist wins Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
Science table says Ontario needs new approach as COVID-19 burden set to fall on primary care
Scientists watching Omicron's next COVID curveball closely
Inside ERs at a breaking point, staff provide care while juggling shortages and closures
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How the healing centre at Abegweit First Nation on P.E.I. helps community members' mental wellness
Drug company ordered to cut price of life-saving medication after 3,000% jump
CAQ leader defends paying millions to U.S. consulting firm during pandemic
Alberta COVID-19 hospitalizations surge with increase of 137 people in 1 week
Doctor who blew whistle on atrocities of residential schools honoured in Ottawa
Eastern Health AGM attendee describes situation in ERs as 'totally out of control'
Teen's 'nightmare' hospital wait a symptom of Alberta's health-care breakdown, doctors warn
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