October 24, 2017

Learn the risk factors of breast cancer

Learn the risk factors of breast cancer

Breast cancer is the most common cancer affecting Canadian women besides skin cancers. Breast cancer is also the second leading cause of cancer deaths in Canadian women. Although cases are rare, men c

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Foods with 'no added sugar' might not add up to healthy eating, Canadian study finds

Foods with 'no added sugar' might not add up to healthy eating, Canadian study finds

A new study from the University of Toronto finds that packaged foods labelled with claims like "no added sugar" or "reduced in sugar" might have lower sugar levels than ones without — but that doesn't

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Baby girl suffered multiple organ failure after birth in heated tub: case study | Metro Ne

Baby girl suffered multiple organ failure after birth in heated tub: case study | Metro Ne

LONDON, Ont. — A team of doctors says the case of a baby girl who went into multiple organ failure after being born underwater in a hot tub highlights the risks of such births.

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New study reveals which factors could be increasing the risk of postpartum depression

New study reveals which factors could be increasing the risk of postpartum depression

New U.S. research has revealed some of the factors that could be influencing the risk of postpartum depression (PPD), including giving birth in fall or summer, not having anesthesia, and delivering ba

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Life-threatening infection risk for infants born in hot tubs: case study

Life-threatening infection risk for infants born in hot tubs: case study

A Canadian case study involving a newborn girl who spent five weeks on a ventilator following an underwater birth in a hot tub is highlighting the risks associated with the birthing method.

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Major research collaboration finds new genetic markers for breast-cancer risk

Major research collaboration finds new genetic markers for breast-cancer risk

Researchers hope the findings will help determine who’s most at risk and lead to the development of more targeted drugs

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