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Don’t assume that being the child will give you automatic control over your parent’s financial and health care decisions. It won't. more
Currently, there is no cure for parkinsons disease, with more than 100-thousand Canadians left to tackle it on their own, and an estimated 10-million people afflicted world-wide. more
One City Peterborough says it has an area at the Trinity Community Centre where it allows individuals to use drugs, but says overdoses have declined in the last several months. more
Edward Thorp, a mathematician, hedge fund manager, and blackjack player, has some advice on how to beat life's odds. more
Older-age pregnancies have risen 900% over the past five decades. more
One study found the program was associated with a reduced risk of death, while the other concluded the strategy was associated with an increase in opioid overdose hospitalizations. more
Chelsea Robertson is the latest to ring the alarm about open drug use and the challenges nurses and health-care workers are facing at hospitals. more
"He was the type of guy, he wanted to help everyone or like as many people as he could, which see where I get it from now," Bocking Reid told Global News. more
Several factors can cause a person to have classic signs of dementia, including a deficiency in vitamin B12. more
Job seniority also correlates to sleep quality, with chairpersons and CEOs most likely to report sleep quality satisfaction. more
Wednesday, the Manitoba government announced institutional safety officers (ISOs) will be patrolling the hospital starting April 15. more
Tech exec Bryan Johnson polled X users on whether he looked better now or before he started his anti-aging regimen. Here's the results. more
The health authority said only residential school survivors and family members with status cards can receive free counselling, effective April 15. more
Peer-reviewed studies have linked PFAS to some cancers, decreased fertility, high cholesterol, and developmental delays in children. more
The problem is when cortisol levels are consistently too high, it can put you at risk of a host of health conditions. more
A jury made three final recommendations in the coroner's inquest into the death of Darrell Mesheau, who died in the Fredericton hospital ER waiting room. more
“You can't just eat creatine and hope that you wake up bigger and stronger.” more
Ozempic is expensive, but a great health insurance plan paved the way for a software professional to experience dramatic results. more
The move comes amid concerns about the presence of weapons and drugs raised by the B.C. Nurses' Union, and the circulation of a leaked health authority memo dealing with drug use. more
Four-year-old Acura is Kovacs' guide dog and they've been partners for two years. "She's funny, she's very perky, she's very very good in a harness, very obedient," Kovacs said. more
Number one is home to the highest proportion of “mentally unhealthy adults.” more
Take steps to ensure that the medications your doctors want you to take are covered. more
Darrell Mesheau died in the ER waiting room of Fredericton's hospital on July 12, 2022 and an inquest has begun into the circumstances surrounding his death. more
This will be the fifth clinic the Nova Scotia Brotherhood and Sisterhood is operating across the province and will be the first of its kind. more
Manitoba isn't expected to get the full solar eclipse experience Monday afternoon, but eye specialists say you still shouldn't look directly into the sun, eclipse or otherwise. more
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