The family of a child with autism is rethinking plans to enroll him in pre-primary after learning he wouldn't have an EA.
A first-line treatment for some cancers seems to have a greater effect on men than women, according to a new study, though researchers aren't sure why.
While women are more likely to be diagnosed with MS in Canada, experts say men often have a harder time dealing with their symptoms.
There is no convincing evidence that schoolbag use increases the risk of back pain in children and adolescents, researchers say.
Proposal, backed by oncologists and researchers across the country, calls for $15-million in funding over five years to cover out-of-province medical costs associated with clinical trials
Speaking at a Liberal convention last month, Premier Stephen McNeil mused about using future resource revenues to do a better job of financial planning in government.