Tuesday, April 24, 2018

How an immigrant to Canada helped Donald Trump prove his mental state

When the White House released the results of a test on Donald Trump's mental acuity Tuesday, showing he aced it, there was one person...

How a unique approach to health care is helping patients with chronic conditions

The idea of learning how to manage her recent diabetes diagnosis with a group of strangers terrified Lori Bent. She was diagnosed six months ago...

Getting legal consent before sex? There’s an app for that

A Dutch startup is launching an app that will allow people to give legal consent to sex via their mobile in an initiative spurred by...

‘It’s time to heal’: Montreal writer wins battle to get insurer to recognize his...

Samuel Archibald says he can finally relax after he spoke out about being denied disability insurance last fall, even though his doctor had ordered him...

Want to delay death? Then swim, dance, or get on court, study shows

LONDON (Reuters) - Swimming, racquet sports and aerobics are associated with the best odds of staving off death, and in particular of reducing the risk of dying from heart disease or stroke, scientists said on Tuesday....

180 people killed in South Africa in what’s being called the world’s worst outbreak...

Several southern African countries have recalled some processed meats from South Africa after the deaths of 180 people there from contaminated food since early...

Sask. woman calling for inclusion after discovering lack of colour options for prostheses

On top of the loss of her lower leg to an amputation, a Regina woman is facing the additional struggle of being unable to...

Andre De Grasse’s hamstring strain explained

Canadian sprinter Andre De Grasse's type of hamstring injury is a small tear, sports medicine experts say — but what does that mean? De Grasse, 22, said...

A complicated heart: Facing my baby’s mortality before his life began

My heart sank when I heard the doctor's words: "I can't tell if there's shadow covering what I'm trying to find in the baby's...

Healthcare leaders want drug company payments to doctors made public

A group of Canadian healthcare leaders wants pharmaceutical companies to have to disclose how and why they pay people who prescribe their drugs, saying...

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