Employees at the IWK Health Centre were blown away by the worldwide response to a request for donations two years ago. Now they have enough little comfort toys to last several years.
By Taryn GrantFor StarMetro HalifaxWed., May 30, 2018HALIFAX—When little Hailey Powell asked if she could take not one, but two handmade finger puppets from a basket at the IWK Health Centre’s welcome
Teen girls who are sexually active should be offered long-acting birth control such as an intrauterine device (IUD) front and centre, Canadian Paediatric Society says in a new position statement.
IUDs have traditionally not been recommended to young people, but evidence shows they are the most effective form of birth control available for women
Nova Scotia lags behind other provinces when it comes to some aspects of protecting personal health information, according to a report released Wednesday.
A Yarmouth resident who for almost two decades walked annually for the IWK Health Centre — raising $100,000 for the children’s hospital — has decided this year would be her last doing the fundraiser