Canadian doctors say it's time to talk about the impacts of marijuana use on health.
If you can't get to sleep at a reasonable hour and dread your alarm clock going off each morning, it could be in your genes.
Although she was bleeding internally and in “excruciating pain,” Jamie-Lee Ball spent five days in a hallway of Brampton Civic Hospital, on a stretcher with no pillow and just three thin curtains between her and a busy public area.
Nearly 30 per cent of the about 3,200 food products tested by Canada's food regulator had traces of the controversial herbicide glyphosate, with 1.3 per cent of items like fruits, vegetables and infant foods containing residue levels above the acceptable limits.
The Miami-Dade County medical examiner's department has released Dr. Mark Wainberg's cause of death. It says the Montreal HIV/AIDS researcher died of an asthma attack that he suffered while swimming Tuesday in Bal Harbour, Fla.
The Liberal government has tabled legislation to end the prohibition on pot for recreational use. Two bills set new rules around the possession, distribution and sale of pot and create tougher penalties for impaired driving.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has broadened a national flour recall over further fears of E. coli contamination.
A ban on trans fats in restaurants in New York state has been linked to hundreds of fewer heart attacks and strokes, a new study finds. And as both the U.S. and Canada move to crack down on the artery-cloggers, the findings have the potential to save millions of lives over the coming decades.
Dr. Mark Wainberg, a Montreal-based trailblazer in HIV/AIDS research and an internationally renowned scientist, died Tuesday after swimming in rough water in Bal Harbour, Fla. He was 71.