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For business owners experiencing divorce, 57% say their company has taken a financial hit. more
Here's what could happen to Eli Lilly's shares next. more
“In the past, if the child didn’t have a fever over 100, then it’s okay to send them to school,” one mother said. “But now it’s like if they have a cough or they’re sneezing, you might … more
Vancouver city councillors got an update on a multi-million dollar program to fund mental health supports aimed at reducing police response to crisis calls. more
In 2023, the Milk River emergency department closed 30 times lasting anywhere from a few hours to a few days. So far in 2024, there've already been nine closures. more
Phthalates can be found in “a broad swath” of consumer products, from personal care to food packaging. more
Police say emergency crews were called to 13 overdoses in an hour Tuesday. more
In an announcement on Tuesday, the government said the new tower would be built as part of the Toronto Western Hospital at Dundas and Bathurst streets. more
Tech and media layoffs have made big splashes across news headlines. But another industry’s workforce has faced troubles, too: healthcare. Read more... more
(NewsUSA) - For professional athletes, being at your physical best and pushing your body to its limits is often what it takes to achieve success on the field. When a player is struggling to catch … more
(NewsUSA) - The federally funded program provides no-cost vaccines to eligible children Vaccines are one of the most effective ways to help protect children from certain serious and potentially … more
Which comes first, cannabis use or anxiety? It's a chicken-egg dilemma, many experts say. more
Buckingham Palace announced on Monday that King Charles has cancer. He will not be participating in "public-facing duties" during treatment. more
Patients given a monthly injection of the drug, dubbed MariTide, lost up to 14.5% of their body weight in just 12 weeks, according to a small, early-stage study published Monday in the journal Nature … more
Mission completed for the first neonatal intensive care transport of a Saskatchewan newborn baby needing critical care is being described as a major accomplishment.  more
Rick Grossman has moved around most of his life, and he's found it hard to maintain relationships. That all changed when he found a "senior village." more
Canadians will be able to get their hands on Wegovy, a weight-loss drug from Ozempic-maker Novo Nordisk, in spring 2024, the company said Monday. more
Manitoban breast cancer survivor Aimee Heroux shares her story and stresses the importance of early detection on World Cancer Day. more
The Alberta Medical Association says the province's new policy will reinforce stigma against trans youth. more
Poonam Pandey says she posted that she died from cervical cancer to raise awareness for women who actually died from the disease. more
With the help of Axiom 3 astronauts on the International Space Station, a cancer "kill switch" drug may make it to clinical trials before year's end. more
Employment Minister and Edmonton MP Randy Boissonault said that he has constituents that are “quite rightly terrified” by what Alberta Premier Danielle Smith is proposing. more
Plus, how to foster these qualities in your marriage. more
New research found that 56% of Gen Z and 43% of Gen X would also take a 20% pay cut for a better work-life balance. more
B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix said it is an important facility for the area, as more services are needed for a growing population. more
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