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Alcohol consumption has been linked to early onset bowel cancer, which tends to be more aggressive and lethal. more
A family in N.B. is urging people to get tested for Group A strep, after their father and husband was one of those who died suddenly from the bacterial infection. more
Different forms of chemotherapy have been unsuccessful in shrinking her tumors, leaving the Quebec woman in agony and looking for medical help outside of Canada. more
In a post on X, Elon Musk claimed the first human patient to receive a Neuralink implant is "recovering well." more
Ontario is adding $2.5 million to funding for pediatric health services in Belleville, Kingston and the Thousand Islands region to improve services to kids and families. more
The U.K. will ban the sale of disposable vapes and limit the use of candy-flavored e-cigarettes to prevent children from becoming addicted to nicotine, officials said Monday. more
The closure earlier this week of a Montreal pediatric clinic owned by the Brunswick Group has raised concerns around the future of the organization's West Island medical centre. more
Roughly 20% to 25% of former federal workers eligible for Medicare don’t enroll in Medicare Part B and aren’t subject to a potential IRMAA surcharge. more
Other states and insurers are also facing rising costs and pressure from drugmakers to cover the medications. more
(NewsUSA) - - ¿Creía que no era elegible para donar sangre? Las directrices actualizadas hacen posible que muchas más personas que nunca donen -   Las donaciones de sangre son esenciales para … more
Understanding what kids need to feel loved and appreciated can help foster positive communication between parents and their children.  more
The research on this berry is still in its infancy. more
Risks for older drivers rise with advancing age and the onset of medical conditions such as arthritis, glaucoma, and Parkinson’s disease. more
The funding adds 10 spaces to the Transitioning Out Program, which and includes housing and health supports such as nurses and dedicated outreach workers. more
(NewsUSA) - Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States – 1 in 5 people die from it each year, even though it is largely preventable. Research shows that many Americans will … more
(NewsUSA) - As the weather outside cools down, our excitement builds for classic fall activities like apple picking, getting lost in a corn maze and nature hikes surrounded by colorful foliage. This … more
(NewsUSA) - Thought you weren’t eligible to give blood? Updated guidance is making it possible for more people to donate than ever.Blood donations are essential for surgeries, cancer treatment, … more
(NewsUSA) - According to the American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, more than half of U.S. adults have high blood … more
(Kim Norris, LCFA Co-Founder) - Imagine taking a pill to battle lung cancer—no need for chemotherapy or radiation treatments. As recently as mid-November, the FDA approved a pill to specifically … more
(NewsUSA) - For older Americans who smoke or have diabetes or high blood pressure, leg pain could signal a problem with blood flow and needs to be checked by a doctor.Peripheral artery disease, or … more
(Kim Norris, LCFA President) - Veterans who have selflessly served our country face a higher risk of developing lung cancer because of their exposure to environmental hazards such as asbestos and … more
(NewsUSA) - Paul Reid’s proclivity for pushing the boundaries in the wilderness extends to embracing what technology can do for people with diabetes.Paul lives life to the fullest—and the … more
(NewsUSA) - New research in the treatment of small cell lung cancer offers hope to patients.     Until recently, small cell lung cancer (SCLC) was considered a forgotten cancer, but now there is … more
(NewsUSA) - En la batalla en curso contra COVID-19 las vacunas han tenido éxito en ayudar a reducir la enfermedad y contribuir a la disminución del número de infecciones en los EE. UU. y … more
(NewsUSA) - In the ongoing battle against COVID-19, vaccines have been successful in helping to reduce illness and contributing to the declining numbers of infections in the U.S. and around the … more
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