Protesters in London backing the fight of British parents of a critically ill baby to get him an experimental medical treatment in the U.S. plan a rally and prayer vigil Sunday, as officials at a British hospital where Charlie Gard is on life support say they have received death threats.
You don’t normally think of mental illness as the stuff of games, but Alana Zablocki believes bringing the two together can be a powerful force for greater understanding.
Locked in a Jeep 4×4 in the parking lot of McMaster Children’s Hospital, Dr. Anthony Crocco is starting to look a little weary.
Call it a fact of life, but being teased or excluded on the playground is almost as hard to avoid as the occasional bruises and scraped knees of childhood.
Thursday July 20, 2017
‘These are our children’: Sexual abuse and suicide rate among Indigenous youth
A Canadian manufacturer says safety standards need to be imposed on wire bristle barbecue brushes sold in this country.
‘I was actually offended’: Man on Indigenous cancer therapies initially told oncologist wouldn’t monitor him
A Métis man who opted to use Indigenous therapies for his terminal cancer instead of chemotherapy was initially turned down for followup care by a specialist, but the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency is now encouraging specialists to accept patients using traditional practices.
The federal government is putting millions more into Canada’s National Microbiology Lab in Winnipeg to help detect high-risk infectious diseases such as Ebola and various types of avian influenza faster.
Survivors of the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11, 2001 — and first responders who were on the scene that day — may have an increased risk for heart and lung diseases, a new study suggests.
One in three cases of dementia could be prevented by tackling risk factors such as education and depression, a large new international review estimates.