- Study by Toronto Public Health shows that air pollution results in around 1,300 premature deaths each year in the city
- Research shows there is such a thing as genetic predisposition to laziness
- British study finds four in 10 teens suffered neck or back pain from spending too much time in front on the TV or computer
As you visit friends and family this Easter, you may consider bringing them a potted plant or a bouquet of blooms. However, CityNews gardening specialist Frankie Flowers warns against Easter lilies if the person has a cat.
- Have you had a conversation with your family about how you want your end-of-life care to be handled?
- Ontario students heading to school this fall will have to show they have all their required vaccinations
- Two new public service announcements from Testicular Cancer Canada aim to raise awareness about the disease
- New study finds one in 10 men suffer from moderate to severe post-partum depression
- Researchers raising questions about the safety of medication commonly prescribed to pregnancy mothers for morning sickness
- Is being married to a doctor the best medicine for marriage?
- Ontario’s information & privacy commissioner is investigating after four Ontarians were denied entry to the U.S. on due to their mental health history
- Research suggests there are some very specific reasons that people don’t like their jobs
- As allergy season kicks into high gear, some advice on how to copy with sinus problems
Food and nutrition expert Rose Reisman offers healthier meat selections for Easter and Passover meals.
- Spring officially arrived a couple of weeks ago but the warmer weather has been slow to arrive
- Pope Francis has asked for forgiveness from people who were sexually abused by priests
- Supreme Court of Canada rules offenders can receive extra credit for time spent in custody before they are sentenced
FREDERICTON, N.B.- The manager of the Morgantaler abortion clinic in Fredericton is cynical regarding the chances of the New Brunswick government changing its laws to allow more access to abortions.
FREDERICTON, N.B.- There are calls for an independent review of access to abortion in New Brunswick due to the impending closure of the Morgantaler clinic in Fredericton.
The IWK Health Centre in Halifax has received a financial boost from a group of New Brunswick Jean Coutu store owners.
The group of 21 businesspeople have donated a total of $210,000 to the neonatal and pediatric intensive care units at the hospital.