May 25, 2018

THE WEEKENDER: Kitties and kiddie trains this weekend

THE WEEKENDER: Kitties and kiddie trains this weekend

From the annual Kermesse to kitty yoga, we have it all for you this weekend.

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CBC Compass May 24, 2018

CBC Compass May 24, 2018

PEI micro preemie Paizlee born at IWK (28.50 mark)

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Parents of P.E.I. micro preemie Paizlee Rose say they gain strength, support through Faceb

Parents of P.E.I. micro preemie Paizlee Rose say they gain strength, support through Faceb

First-time mother Emily McCardle remembers the moment her new daughter Paizlee Rose was placed on her chest. Two nurses had to delicately manoeuvre around the tiny baby's many tubes and wires and gent

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Halifax chiropractor investigated for anti-vaccination views | CBC News

Halifax chiropractor investigated for anti-vaccination views | CBC News

Dr. Dena Churchill owns and operates Oxford Chiropractic Inc. She also markets herself as an author and public speaker, writes a blog called DrSexyMom, and runs a Facebook page billing herself as "Inn

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Charge of assaulting child dismissed

Charge of assaulting child dismissed

An assault charge against a child care provider was dismissed earlier this year after a provincial court judge threw out the warrant used to collect evidence from the scene.

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Antibiotic resistant UTIs are on the rise. Here’s what you need to know

Antibiotic resistant UTIs are on the rise. Here’s what you need to know

A recent report from the World Health Organization unveiled staggering findings.

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Deaths of woman, baby could have been prevented, coroner finds | CBC News

Deaths of woman, baby could have been prevented, coroner finds | CBC News

A coroner's report into the deaths of a 32-year-old woman and her baby at Hull Hospital has found that a lack of training and emergency caesarian kits may have contributed to the deaths.

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MRI scans suggest transgender people’s brains resemble their identified gender: study

MRI scans suggest transgender people’s brains resemble their identified gender: study

The brains of transgender people who identify as men resemble biologically male brains in some ways and vice versa, research suggests.

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