A group of 30 teachers, principals and mental health professionals gathered in Summerside, P.E.I., last week for training that aims to improve how mental health is taught in P.E.I. classrooms.
Child Safety Link's Chantal Walsh & student Madeline Balardo share some tips for prevention of everyday dangers in your purse.
100+ Women Who Care Halifax celebrated its fifth anniversary on Tuesday, March 6, by donating money to a worthy local charitable organization.
On Monday, Stephen McNeil tried to push the reset button on his government’s tattered relationship with many Nova Scotia family doctors.
Health-care spending, particularly for long-term care and mental health, fell short in Tuesday’s provincial budget, opposition MLAs and organizations said.
A court has approved a settlement of nearly $1.3 million in a class-action lawsuit against a New Brunswick hospital over the use of unsterilized biopsy forceps on women over a 14-year period.
Canadian researchers who spent days diving into recycling dumpsters have found that a disturbing amount of paperwork containing patients’ personal information fails to get properly destroyed in hospit
Three Canadian moms share their experiences contracting strep A infections after giving birth — and the importance of being your own advocates.
New mother Kate Macdonald has gathered feedback on St. Joseph’s Family Birthing Centre in Toronto from over 400 mothers on a website she founded called The Reproductive Justice Story Project.
Canadian women who worry about making ends meet are less likely to continue to breastfeed their baby compared with other women, say researchers who are calling for more supports for vulnerable familie