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Provinces spent $43M on preemie drug experts say can be made for a fraction of the cost

"Stop. Are you sick?" That's the sign on the front door of Kelly O'Dwyer-Manuel's Peterborough, Ont., home. She's trying to protect her infant son from a
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Unnecessary care in Canada tops 1 million tests and treatments a year

Canadians undergo more than a million medical tests or treatments a year that don't help and may be harmful, a new report suggests.  The report,

Ontario health agency finds 'concerning' rate of ALS in miners exposed to McIntyre Powder

An Ontario health agency says it's found a "concerning" rate of ALS in miners exposed to an aluminum dust once thought to protect their lungs, The

Ketamine for depression proposed by UK doctors

The party drug ketamine can have powerful beneficial effects on severely depressed patients who have struggled for years to recover, and the drug should be

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