Two young women are using social media to fight the stigma surrounding mental health issues.
A California study finds opioid overdoses were more common among patients who also had prescriptions for anti-anxiety drugs.
Children may be developing couch potato ways as early as age seven, contrary to the widely held view that it starts in adolescence, according to a study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
A total of 461 patients were granted doctor-assisted death during the first year Quebec's medical aid in dying law came into effect, according to data obtained by CBC's French-language service, Radio-Canada.
Local transmission of the Zika virus in Florida may have occurred as early as June 15 of last year and likely infected people who lived not only in Miami-Dade County, but in two nearby counties, U.S. health officials said on Monday.
Over the last two decades there’s been a big improvement in survival rates for people with cystic fibrosis, with patients in Canada living 10 years longer than those in the U.S.
A Portugese entrepreneur's device, soon to roll out in North America, has the potential to reduce costs for physiotherapy by offering support remotely to patients doing exercises in their homes.