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Low chance but high risk — Zika virus still a threat to travellers
The Zika virus should remain a concern for some Canadians planning winter vacations in sunny climes, doctors say.
20-year-old paralyzed by falling tree during B.C. storm 'can't wait to get home'
A snapped tree fell on Alex Higden's flatbed truck during the severe storm in B.C. on Dec. 20. It broke part of his back, but Higden's father said he's already set his sights on going home.
Yellow carbon monoxide monitors 'worth their weight in gold' to B.C. paramedics
Two years ago, it became mandatory for paramedics in B.C. to wear the monitors while on shift. The devices are credited with potentially saving at least three lives at a family home in Vancouver on Tuesday night — and, experts say, likely many more lives in recent years.
Next on Ford's chopping block: regional health care agencies called LHINs
In what would be its first major move to restructure Ontario's health system, the Doug Ford government is considering a sharp cut to the bureaucracies that are supposed to co-ordinate health care services at the local level.
Gun violence takes a heavy toll on families of victims, says trauma surgeon
U.S. doctors have a new opioid addiction treatment in their arsenal — it could be here next
'They'll talk to my wife. But I'm right there,' says man living with dementia
Just 1 or 2 experiences with marijuana may alter teen brain
Immunizations still urged as Alberta heads into second half of flu season
Sometimes, men feel more pain than women
Calgary anesthesiologist suspended until drugging and rape allegations dealt with in court
Jurors in traumatic trials need counselling and support, not just 'a coffee and a handshake': advocate
Surgery wait lists in B.C. grow larger than population of some cities, report says
Quebec school board to inspect all schools following carbon monoxide leak
Expert panel warns of crisis in long-term care home staffing
'My child's health is paramount': Gabrielle Daleman's mother on her daughter's mental health battle
'Greed is a powerful weapon': Are illegal kickbacks in Ontario driving up the cost of your generic drugs?
Toronto Public Health issues alert about bad drugs sold as fentanyl or heroin
A national electronic health record for all Canadians
Parents often don't know when teens have suicidal thoughts