Science & Tech
Flu vaccine facility has 10 infractions during inspection, but safe: Health Canada

Flu vaccine facility has 10 infractions during inspection, but safe: Health Canada

9:34 am, July 23rd, 2014

A federal government inspection of Canada's only flu vaccine manufacturer found 10 areas where improvements are needed.

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Canadian patients file class action lawsuit over testosterone drug

Canadian patients file class action lawsuit over testosterone drug

9:01 am, July 23rd, 2014

Canadian patients who used a testosterone therapy drug have launched a class action lawsuit against the manufacturer.

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Green poop, psychedelic drinks and free porn — what Canadians are searching on Google

Green poop, psychedelic drinks and free porn — what Canadians are searching on Google

1:43 pm, July 22nd, 2014

Vice.com decided to use the Google Trends application to dig deep into the online searches of Canadians this year.

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Researchers map genomes associated with schizophrenia

Researchers map genomes associated with schizophrenia

11:02 am, July 22nd, 2014

Researchers from around the world have come together to shed new light on schizophrenia.

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Three-year-olds know when something is cute: Study

Three-year-olds know when something is cute: Study

9:50 am, July 21st, 2014

Children as young as three can recognize when something is cute, a new British study found.

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11 things you didn't know about Apollo 11

11 things you didn't know about Apollo 11

8:32 am, July 20th, 2014

July 20 marks 45 years since humans first set foot on the moon.

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UK researchers say bowel cancer breakthrough could help thousands

UK researchers say bowel cancer breakthrough could help thousands

11:21 am, July 18th, 2014

A major breakthrough in bowel cancer research could help thousands of people whose cells resist common treatment.

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Canadian Space Agency takes part in asteroid retrieval mission

Canadian Space Agency takes part in asteroid retrieval mission

2:16 pm, July 17th, 2014

Tony Clement announced the CSA will take part in an ambitious robotic mission to retrieve part of an asteroid.

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Group that reviews cancer drugs may delay approval process: Report

Group that reviews cancer drugs may delay approval process: Report

9:58 am, July 17th, 2014

The organization that reviews cancer-fighting medicines causes unnecessary delays in approvals, which hurts Canadians.

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Blueberry season is late – should we blame it on the moon?

Blueberry season is late – should we blame it on the moon?

10:50 am, July 16th, 2014

Blame it on the moon?

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