If you’re a germaphobe or just easily grossed out, you may want to take a deep breath before reading on.
Researchers studying higher rates of gastrointestinal illness in Inuit communities have a message for all Canadians: wash your water bottles and storage containers.
Canada lags behind most of the world in setting aside protected spaces, parks advocates say.
Hello and happy Saturday! Here’s our roundup of the week’s interesting and eclectic news in health and medical science.
Existing air quality rules in the U.S. are not enough to prevent tens of thousands of premature deaths each year, according to a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Federal and provincial governments should abandon some long-standing environmental policies, such as rebates for electric cars, as carbon pricing is put in place across the country starting next year, argues a new report from the Ecofiscal Commission.
Air pollution in Toronto’s subways like ‘a typical day in Beijing,’ highest of Canada’s 3 major systems
Toronto’s subway stations and trains had the highest levels of air pollution of Canada’s three major rapid transit systems, a newly released study co-authored by a university engineering professor has found.
The federal government wants to delay the implementation of its much-touted new methane regulations by up to three years.