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Health Canada approves Pfizer’s antiviral COVID-19 drug Paxlovid
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EU faces threat of prolonged ‘twindemic’ with return of flu
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Nunavut hamlet fighting COVID-19 and tuberculosis outbreak at same time
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Despite rise in hospitalizations of kids with COVID-19, Omicron variant appears less severe
health & fitness
I caught Omicron. Does this mean I’m immune to a COVID-19 reinfection?
life
Prescription overload is a serious and growing health issue for seniors
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Alberta COVID cases top 57,000 while top doctor says true number likely 10 times higher
food for thought
What is the best way to track my food intake?
Leslie Beck
Leslie Beck
world
How do I know if I have a cold, the flu or COVID-19?
canada
Chronic pain gains new recognition by WHO, but getting treatment remains an obstacle
food for thought
From more plant-based products to low-proof tipples, look for these food and nutrition trends in 2022
Leslie Beck
Leslie Beck
canada
U.S. has shortened COVID-19 isolation period. Should Canada follow suit?
books
Ontario psychiatrist explores the mind’s ties to every part of the body in new book
jockology
Four health and fitness trends to watch in 2022
Alex Hutchinson
Alex Hutchinson
food for thought
From superfoods to the gut microbiome, here are some nutrition takeaways from 2021
Leslie Beck
Leslie Beck
food for thought
Food safety tips to keep holiday meals merry
Leslie Beck
Leslie Beck
canada
What we’ve learned about Omicron so far, including how severe illness from the variant appears to be
canada
A troubling number of Canadian Olympians are bingeing, purging and starving themselves. Inside the eating-disorder problem in elite amateur sports
food for thought
Four signs your diet may need more carbohydrates
Leslie Beck
Leslie Beck
health & fitness
Will we need COVID-19 vaccine booster shots forever?
canada
Deaths from the opioid crisis often make headlines. What’s overlooked is the toll on survivors
phys ed
Personal trainers are evolving past fitness
Paul Landini
featured reports
The race is on to find a treatment and possibly a cure for Alzheimer’s
politics
Provinces take issue with Ottawa’s proposed mental health transfer
food for thought
Anti-inflammatory diet may be best to slow cognitive aging
Leslie Beck
Leslie Beck
opinion
Getting active is the closest thing we have to a ‘magic pill’ for good health
Andrew Pipe
food for thought
Why vitamin K should be on your radar
Leslie Beck
Leslie Beck
canada
Doctors concerned they can’t access COVID-19 treatments that can prevent hospitalizations
opinion
Don’t blame fat. Don’t blame carbs. Blame your brain for your weight-loss troubles
Mark Schatzker
food for thought
Do meal kits deliver on nutrition? A dietitian’s verdict
Leslie Beck
Leslie Beck
health & fitness
Do I have to give up drinking if I have been diagnosed with atrial fibrillation?
canada
The World Within: Microbes and Human Health
canada
‘We need help’: Nunavut politician wants mental-health facility in his community
canada
Existence of mysterious brain disease questioned by New Brunswick health officials
life
Why your retirement years are the best time to get fit
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Flu and COVID-19 vaccines safe to take in combination, infectious-diseases specialists say