Sunshine Village ski resort in Banff is being closed to the public to allow crews to use the area as a staging ground to fight an out-of-control wildfire burning just across the Continental Divide in British Columbia.
‘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.
Researchers studying a mass vaccination campaign against meningitis have found a surprising side-effect — the shots also offered moderate protection against gonorrhea.
After Pap tests became less frequent in Canada, testing for chlamydia also decreased, say researchers who recommend that young women should ask their doctors about testing for the sexually transmitted infection.
Saturday July 08, 2017
Working night shifts may trigger cancer by hindering DNA repair
Untreatable cases of “superbug gonorrhoea” have occurred, the World Health Organization says, as it calls for new drugs to treat the bacterial infection.
Getting shingles may increase your risk of a heart attack, stroke or other heart problems by as much as 40 per cent, according to Korean researchers.
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When Margaret DeNobrega was first diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, she meticulously monitored her eating habits and blood sugar levels.
The debate over Ontario doctors’ right to refuse to provide medical services that clash with their moral or religious beliefs is headed to court.