It’s difficult not to wince as researcher Tim Disher describes what must be done to examine a preterm baby’s eyes.
Reporting on deaths by suicide is controversial, and even more so when two high profile celebrities like Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain die by suicide just days apart.
The Juno-winning rapper recruited his comrade David Myles and an A-list of Nova Scotian talent to join him on this powerful new track addressing the issue of abuse. It is designed to support Halifax's
SYDNEY — Watching five-year-old Joshua MacDonald run with his friends on the Sydney boardwalk on Sunday you wouldn’t know he suffers from arhtritis.
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Imagine you have diabetes, heart disease or another serious health condition that requires monitoring and you have no access to primary care other than through a walk-in clinic or an emergency room.
Nova Scotia’s Board of Examiners in Psychology seems to have decided on some aversion therapy to break its habit of heavy-handed and unfair treatment of psychologists who don’t check all the board’s
Dr. Tim Holland says he is passionate about reducing the waiting list for Nova Scotians looking for a family doctor and says physician recruitment and retention is vital.
A survey commissioned by Health Canada looks into why some parents in the country have concerns about vaccinations.
The U.S. study of more than 10,000 women determined that most patients with early-stage estrogen-positive breast cancer and no lymph-node spread should be able to avoid chemo
New U.S. research has found for the first time that exercise can help to mitigate the effect of a genetic predisposition for obesity in women over the age of 70.