Research suggests persistent stress in young children can become toxic, causing brain changes that can interfere with learning and lead to disease in adulthood.
A First Nations support group in Regina hopes to expand on a recent nine-week intervention program for HIV positive women.
Hello and happy Saturday! Here’s our roundup of the week’s interesting and eclectic news in health and medical science.
A treatment for a common childhood blood cancer could become the first gene therapy available in the U.S.
When Brody Unrau was born, doctors told the tiny baby’s parents he was incompatible with life.
Gunther Hertz was in his 20s when he started to see the first signs of mental illness.
It’s no secret that we lose mobility as we age, but Jennifer Skelton says it doesn’t have to be that way.
An American doctor testifying in the case of a British couple seeking the right to take their critically ill infant to the United States for treatment said Thursday it was worth trying an experimental therapy that has only recently emerged.
It’s summer, the kids are out of school, and that means getting them outside — to the playground, the sports field, or lakeside at a cottage or camp. But such activities also mean exposure to the sun and the damage its penetrating rays can do to children’s tender and vulnerable skin.