A nationwide recall for Shore Lunch brand fish breading/batter mix was issued Friday due to possible salmonella contamination.
Some veterans advocates aren’t pleased with the results of the first phase of a federal study intended to assess the effectiveness and safety of psychiatric service dogs used by people who live with post-traumatic stress disorder.
A woman who described her treatment at a rural Nova Scotia hospital as “death by a thousand laxatives” has been successful in her complaint against the lead doctor who mistook cancer for constipation.
A Nova Scotia judge has approved a settlement in the class-action lawsuit related to OxyContin, even as two people affected by addiction to the painkiller told the court Tuesday they were unhappy with the deal struck with the drug manufacturer.
The Nova Scotia Health Authority says it is contacting 337 people after six employees looked up the personal health information of patients.
The number of patients on the wait list for a family doctor in Nova Scotia has soared to 33,216, from 25,000 in March, according to figures released by the Nova Scotia Health Authority.
William Sandeson has been found guilty of first-degree murder.
When it comes to love, the etiquette for ending it is not always clear.