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Dogs may be smarter than we think — and can benefit our health in ways we don’t realize

This is an excerpt from Second Opinion, a weekly roundup of eclectic and under-the-radar health and medical science news emailed to subscribers every Saturday morning. If you haven’t subscribed yet, you can…

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Women twice as likely to experience unwanted sexual behaviour in public: StatCan – National

One-third of Canadian women have felt unsafe in public due to the behaviour of someone else, according to a survey conducted by Statistics Canada. Those public places include coffee…

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Vaping-related illnesses rise in Canada and U.S.

A total of 13 vaping-associated lung illness have been reported in Canada, health officials say, and every U.S. state has now reported cases. U.S. health officials on Thursday reported one new…

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Ohio abortion bill calls for ectopic pregnancies to be reimplanted — considered medically impossible – National

By Staff The Associated Press Posted December 4, 2019 4:53 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ …

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Cuts to Alberta health-care system trigger privatization, safety fears

A patient advocacy group is worried potential cuts to front-line health-care workers could jeopardize patient safety, while others fear they could lead to calls for privatization. The province has warned…

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‘We’re hurting’: Saskatchewan First Nation calls for long-term solution to youth suicide crisis

Indigenous leaders on Tuesday called for solutions to the youth suicide crises that have plagued several First Nations communities, weeks after a “cluster” of deaths in northern Saskatchewan. The…

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Case of whooping cough in Iqaluit confirmed by Nunavut Health Department

A case of whooping cough in Iqaluit was confirmed by the Nunavut Health Department last week.  The virus, also called pertussis, is very contagious, so Nunavut’s chief medical officer of…

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Doctor suspended in New Brunswick, U.K. after chat with cop posing as underage girl

A New Brunswick doctor who was found guilty of misconduct in England after an online chat with a cop posing as a teen has been suspended from practising in…

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Meet Doris Peltier, an advocate for Indigenous women living with HIV

Doris Peltier has dedicated her life’s work to advocating for the wellbeing of Indigenous women living with HIV/AIDS. The 63-year-old Anishinaabe mother, grandmother and great-grandmother started working in the field in 2010…

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Painful ‘text neck’ is hurting your posture — here’s how to fix it – National

While texting has become a primary method of communication, it’s also becoming a major source of back and neck pain. Some are calling this “text neck.” “It’s increasing more…

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