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The latest measles case, a fourth in a matter of weeks, has not been linked to travel, causing concern for health officials who have been warned of potential outbreaks. more
Alberta’s 2024 budget foresees a slim $367 million surplus with slightly lower revenues compared to last year’s estimated top line. Here is where some of the funds are being spent. more
Prince Harry wears a smart ring. Mark Zuckerberg swears by his. Now Samsung has launched a smart ring of its own and Apple could be next. more
The province says the money will go toward the design and construction of the buildings at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. more
Since its launch less than a month ago, the Split the Pot lottery has brought more than $1 million in sales. Proceeds from each ticket sale will go to the chosen hospital partner. more
In 2023, an Ontario College of Family Physicians survey over more than 1,300 family doctors showed 65 per cent plan to leave or change their practice in the next five years. more
Alicia Bye used to co-own two clinics in Texas but she got out of the game at age 44. The impact of vets leaving large-animal care could have a dangerous effect on food safety. more
The Manitoba government has announced it will be adding more psychiatrists in the province to address lengthy wait times and high demand for mental health services. more
The latest edition of the #WeCount report for the Society of Family Planning found the monthly average basically unchanged from the Roe v. Wade world. more
Nova Scotians with diabetes will now have access to government funding for glucose monitoring and greater access to the province's insulin pump program. more
Norovirus is also nicknamed “the cruise ship virus,” as it easily spreads among people in close quarters. more
The amounts of fat in the liver, abdomen, and pancreas impact cognitive function and regional brain volumes, Rutgers Health researchers say. more
In a CNBC interview last week, Kellogg’s CEO Gary Pilnick offered a tip to cash-strapped consumers: swap out traditional dinners for cereal to save on grocery costs. more
Family and friends of a young shelter worker in Nanaimo are speaking out about her death from an undiagnosed serious infection. more
Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra visited Alabama to lead a roundtable discussion with a group of IVF patients on Tuesday in Birmingham. more
Roy Jakobs, CEO, Royal Philips, joined TheStreet to discuss which Philips products he's most excited about as it continues shaping the future of healthcare. more
New Brunswick has been under fire for the use of expensive travel nurse contracts to fill gaps in the healthcare system. more
The chambers of commerce said a well-developed national pharmacare program could benefit Alberta’s economy in light of the ongoing labour shortages. more
Roughly 10,000 patients in rural Ontario could lose their doctor due to a provincial funding decision that splits a small town into haves and have-nots, a clinic director warns. more
Six firefighters with Edmonton Fire Rescue Services are camping out on the rooftop of Station 2, in an effort to make a difference for families affected by muscular dystrophy. more
Emissions data fraud has been a big problem for China's carbon trading scheme, but State Council officials have drawn up new rules with far tougher penalties, which are set to be enforced in … more
(NewsUSA) - It’s practically Spring, and the outdoors is calling. “I’ll be back on my bike and celebrating the return of sunny weather,” says Todd Fishman, a long-time Louisville, Kentucky, … more
A long-time fund manager shares favorite ideas for global stock investors in an exclusive TheStreet interview. more
Police are investigating Nex Benedict's cause of death. more
Unequal pay, inadequate child care options, and workplace bias are just some of the challenges women face. more
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