Health & Lifestyle
Craigslist contributed to increase in reported HIV cases: Study

Craigslist contributed to increase in reported HIV cases: Study

1:13 pm, January 31st, 2015

The study appeared in the December issue of MIS Quarterly.

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Health Canada warns against home STD test kits

Health Canada warns against home STD test kits

3:14 pm, January 30th, 2015

Home test kits for sexually transmitted diseases are being sold to Canadians, but none are licensed, Health Canada says.

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Second Canadian diagnosed with H7N9 bird flu

Second Canadian diagnosed with H7N9 bird flu

1:03 pm, January 30th, 2015

The unidentified couple is believed to have picked up the virus during a recent trip to China.

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Ottawa doc to embark on groundbreaking MS study

Ottawa doc to embark on groundbreaking MS study

5:09 pm, January 29th, 2015

The announcement has MS patients, like Margo Murchison, excited about possible treatment advances for the disease.

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Smokers should try to quit gradually, researchers say

Smokers should try to quit gradually, researchers say

11:35 am, January 29th, 2015

He said there are still many scientific unknowns about the effects of smoking on the brain.

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Depression, loneliness linked to binge-watching TV: Study

Depression, loneliness linked to binge-watching TV: Study

9:50 am, January 29th, 2015

Binge-watching TV might not be so harmless.

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Teens who mistakenly see themselves as overweight have greater risk of becoming so in adulthood: Study

Teens who mistakenly see themselves as overweight have greater risk of becoming so in adulthood: Study

1:15 pm, January 28th, 2015

Overall, the researchers said, teens who believe they are overweight may do unhealthy things.

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More money linked to less sadness: Study

More money linked to less sadness: Study

10:33 am, January 27th, 2015

People flush with cash are less sad, but not necessarily happier, a new study from UBC says.

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Girls perform better in school than boys: Global study

Girls perform better in school than boys: Global study

10:16 am, January 27th, 2015

Girls around the world outperform boys in the classroom, a new study says.

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Quebecers' teeth compared to those in Third World countries: experts

Quebecers' teeth compared to those in Third World countries: experts

12:01 pm, January 26th, 2015

Quebecers have the least healthy teeth in Canada, say experts.

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