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The treaty is "mission critical for humanity," the chief of the United Nations' public health agency said Saturday. more
After struggling with debilitating pain her whole life, a 44-year-old Ontario woman is grateful to finally have answers, but angry it took almost 30 years to get help. more
A group of lawmakers are doubling down on their allegations of a popular pharmacy being selective in where it closes its stores. more
Quick action and understanding of symptoms can be lifesaving. more
(NewsUSA) - La enfermedad cardíaca es la principal causa de muerte en los Estados Unidos: 1 de cada 5 personas muere a causa de ella cada año, a pesar de que en gran medida se puede prevenir. Las … more
Discounted prices are coming, but not anytime soon. more
Shares of WuXi AppTec and WuXi Biologics sank to multi-year lows on Friday because of deep concern about the proposed Biosecure Act Bill and Wuxi AppTec's ties to the Chinese military The post … more
"What we’re doing to ourselves in terms of exposure" is "having dramatic effects on subsequent generations," the leader researcher tells Fortune. more
A New Brunswick woman says she has been unable to get testing for Group A streptococcus despite her numerous calls to pharmacies and after hour clinics. more
B.C. public health experts are urging the province to expand the current “safe supply” program, which prescribes clean drugs to a few thousand opioid users. more
Last month Eli Lilly and Co. launched an initiative to sell weight-loss drugs directly to the public, threatening a key growth area for WW. more
Nationwide, syphilis rates are at a 70-year high. more
Biomaterials and biotechnology company files Chapter 11 bankruptcy to wind down its operations after two key studies fail. more
Once the building changes hands, the city plans to use the ready-made space as supportive and transitional housing for up to 100 people. more
Alberta's premier stood behind her government's recently announced policies regarding transgender youth, gender-affirming care, sex education and parental notification. more
“This transforms the way we think about this whole process of autoimmunity, especially the male-female bias,” one immunologist said. more
Lung cancer was the most common form of the disease in 2022, accounting for 12 per cent of total new cases worldwide, according to the WHO. more
EBay failed to verify buyers’ identities and keep records required by law, and many people who bought pill presses on eBay have been prosecuted in connection with trafficking illegal counterfeit … more
Every nine minutes a Canadian suffers a cardiac arrest outside the hospital and only one in 10 people will survive, according to a report by the Heart and Stroke Foundation. more
A growing body of research suggests that psychedelics promote changes in unyielding behaviors, which could benefit personal and professional life. more
A new program led by the Manitoba Veterinary Medical Association will see more veterinary care available to pets in remote Manitoba via supervised local care providers. more
Cystic fibrosis patients in Saskatchewan who are two to five years of age will be eligible for Trikafta as the province announced coverage for those who meet medical criteria. more
Health Minister Mark Holland says the medical assistance in dying expansion will happen, even as most provinces and territories call for an indefinite pause. more
Welcome to the craze to alter your biological age. more
Pfizer is sticking to its prior 2024 profit forecasts but sees a potential boost from non-covid product sales. more
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