In the wake of a measles outbreak with nine confirmed cases, doctors in Metro Vancouver are seeing a surge of unvaccinated teens and young adults going against their parents and asking for the measles vaccine.
An arbitrator has awarded Ontario doctors a new contract in a ruling that puts no hard cap on the physician services budget, a decision that comes after a years-long fracture in doctors' relationship with the government.
The Public Health Agency of Canada has released a reminder to Canadians that measles is “serious and highly contagious,” but can be prevented with two doses of the MMR vaccine, amid a measles outbreak in Vancouver, B.C.
New US research has found that adolescent girls who donate blood are more likely to experience low iron levels and anemia related to iron deficiency than adult female blood donors and teenage girls who don't give blood.
Two Quebecers suffering from incurable degenerative diseases are arguing that laws governing medical assistance in dying are unconstitutional and that legislators exceeded their powers by setting overly strict criteria.