Public Health officials were investigating four possible cases of legionnaires' disease Thursday after confirming a positive case at an apartment building in the Halifax area.
A young Calgary girl who nearly lost her leg in a boating accident in Muskoka last summer is back to rock-climbing and dancing, thanks to a series of successful surgeries.
One day after the World Health Organization confirmed two cases of polio in Ukrainian children, the country's health minister says efforts are underway to import enough vaccine to prevent an outbreak.
A Tanzanian child returned home with a new American prosthetic arm, replacing the limb that was chopped off with a machete by followers of African witchcraft.
The World Health Organization says Liberia has been declared free of Ebola transmissions and will be under heightened surveillance for 90 days.
The Canadian Diabetes Association wants federal parties to take action to address an "epidemic" of Type 2 diabetes in the country by implementing a tax on sugary drinks, among several other measures.
Terminally ill patients in Quebec who seek medical aid in dying must be provided with the service even if some doctors are against it, Quebec's health minister said Wednesday.
Everybody's eyes have a "blind spot" where they cannot see, but that spot may be able to be minimized, according to a recent study with implications for age-related macular degeneration, which can lead to blindness.
A Texas man who badly burned his hand had doctors work to save his appendage by tucking it inside his stomach.
A new Canadian study suggests the use of two newer genetic tests may be used to help better diagnose autism.
Giving a grown up twist to the term 'time out,' a Montreal hospital is giving mothers and their newborn babies some special time to bond each day, free from interruption.
New research says people's weight in middle age may influence not just whether they go on to develop Alzheimer's disease, but when.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued warning letters to five distributors of pure powdered caffeine, saying the products put consumers at risk.
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