Health Minister Jane Philpott said she is aware certain seemingly independent groups may be working with the tobacco industry and that she has warned caucus colleagues about this fact
Apr 06, 2017
Officials are preparing to target adults in their 20s, 30s and 40s who may not realize they are at risk of contracting the illness
Apr 05, 2017
The proposal suggests that if companies want to make disease-fighting or treatment claims on product labels, they must be backed by scientific evidence
Mar 31, 2017
A decision by Canadian coroners to stop using the term SIDS to classify mysterious infant deaths has generated confusion among mourning parents, consternation from scientists and raised an unsettling question: Does SIDS exist?
Mar 30, 2017
Breast cancer is a scary diagnosis, which could help explain why there are so many new tools and gadgets being promoted to detect or prevent it
Mar 29, 2017
This year's Gairdner Awards are acknowledging pioneers in vaccines, pediatric care, nuclear magnetic resonance and more. Here's how their achievements have changed your world
Mar 28, 2017
Data published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal do not offer an explanation of what’s driving the number of injuries
Mar 27, 2017
There have been several alarming reports in recent days of people in Canada nearly dying and having their hands, feet or limbs amputated after developing a group A Streptococcus infection
Mar 22, 2017
The biggest trick with this recipe is ensuring you remove as much moisture from the zucchini as possible so that the fritters retain their shape and crisp up properly.
Mar 15, 2017
Carly Weeks has been a journalist with The Globe and Mail since 2007. She has reported on everything from federal politics to the high levels of sodium in the Canadian diet.