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Whooping cough outbreak declared in Fredericton
A whooping cough outbreak has been declared in Fredericton, where 10 children from "several" schools and two adults have been diagnosed since January, the regional medical officer of health announced Wednesday.
Measles cases in U.S. hit highest mark in 25 years
Newly confirmed cases of the measles has brought the total number of infections in the U.S. to the highest level since the disease was declared eliminated.
Ford government proposes scrapping OHIP's out-of-country medical coverage
The Ford government is proposing to end the Ontario Health Insurance Plan's limited coverage of emergency out-of-country medical costs.
A match is found: Nova Scotia transplant advocate gets 2 new lungs
A Nova Scotia woman has received a double lung transplant just months after she thought the financial burden of the procedure would force her into palliative care.
WHO recommends one-hour maximum screen time per day for young kids
Point of View | My son's addictions killed him. His death shows how our systems need to change
Alcohol and cannabis companies form pot-beverage group to push changes
The working-at-home blues: Loneliness, depression a risk for those who are isolated
Americans get more sedentary as computer use surges
As It Happens
Family of Chicago woman killed by superbug says hospitals should warn patients of outbreaks
Fort St. John, B.C., considers supplying free menstrual products in public spaces
Malawi is first nation to use malaria vaccine to help kids: UN
B.C. woman gets first implant in Western Canada to help treat opioid addiction
Synthetic street drug causes zombie-like effects, says provincial health authority
Gonorrhea, syphilis rates skyrocket in N.W.T.: public health officer
How mistrust and fear make fighting Ebola more difficult
U.S. brings 1st criminal case against major drug distributor over opioid crisis
Round the clock: The health perils of working overnight
Ontario's cuts to Toronto Public Health threaten to 'devastate' school nutrition program, some warn
Using their immunity, Ebola survivors play special role in Congo outbreak
Why swim goggles might help astronauts' eyesight
Moose nose and prairie oysters: Sask. farmer, chef say nose-to-tail cooking is a sustainable option
Battling burnout: Modern work pressures distort our very identities, warns Rahaf Harfoush