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Daily Health Headlines

May 25, 2018

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Sick Kids’ transition program should not be closed

Most Canadians support mandatory labelling for genetically modified foods, study shows

Ontario’s opioid crisis should be a top election issue


Voting begins throughout Ireland in major abortion decision

Health in Grassy Narrows ‘significantly worse’ than other First Nations: report

Dad’s heading into hospice care - can we make the best of the worst?


Halifax chiropractor investigated for anti-vaccination views

Nipah virus outbreak in India 'definitely a concern,' Canadian scientist says

What if scientists are wrong about theory of Alzheimer's disease?


Don't want to go vegetarian? A mainly plant-based diet can still protect against obesity

Swallowed electronic capsule could help spot intestinal trouble

New study links antidepressant use with long-term weight gain

Cutting down on smoking not enough to improve lung health

Decision time in Ireland as voters decide on abortion law


This ‘lucky mistake’ from a Winnipeg lab is saving people from Ebola in the Congo

Antibiotic resistant UTIs are on the rise. Here’s what you need to know

Andrea Horwath commits to tackling Ontario’s long-term health-care ‘crisis’


New Ebola Tactics Raise Hope but May Sow Confusion

Is It a Migraine? Many Patients Don’t Realize What Causes Their Suffering

Five Blood Transfusions, One Bone Marrow Transplant — All Before Birth


Young adults need to eat moreomega-3 fats

More Medicare funding goes to wealthy kids: why, and what can we do about it?

Obese people enjoy food less than lean people – new study


Artificial intelligence is evolving fast. Can the FDA keep up?

Polio eradication initiative meets resistance to appeals to destroy samples

LISTEN: World Cup genetics, the latest Ebola outbreak, and how to fix drug pricing


Nebraska Police Seize Record Amount Of Fentanyl

Why Your Health Insurer Doesn't Care About Your Big Bills

Don't Panic! What We Can Learn From Chaos