HALIFAX — Nova Scotia is overhauling its abortion policies, making the abortion pill available at no cost and removing the requirement for a physician's referral to obtain a surgical abortion. The
Melanie Mackenzie waited two months for an abortion four years ago and says the government's plan to remove barriers to abortion will change lives.
Trust is earned over many experiences over many years. But trust is also fragile.
It’s expected the changes will end up costing doctors in Nova Scotia between $20,000 and $30,000 annually.
Health Canada is seeking a contractor to develop a campaign targeting young Canadians about the risks of using cannabis.
Ohio is looking at a bill that would ban abortions in cases where a pregnant woman has had a positive test result or prenatal diagnosis indicating Down syndrome. Several other states have considered s
Hundreds of Nova Scotia doctors came together in a High School cafeteria in Halifax to express their frustrations about planned tax changes.
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A province-wide survey by Doctors Nova Scotia concluded physicians are overworked, and many feel they are not able to care for patients the way they should. The province's minister of health says ther
The chair of the IWK board of directors says it was the board that filed a formal complaint on Thursday with Halifax Regional Police about possible fiscal mismanagement at the hospital.