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More ticks means an increase of Lyme disease across Canada — thanks to climate change - Globalnews.ca;

More ticks means an increase of Lyme disease across Canada — thanks to climate change - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.caMore ticks means an increase of Lyme disease across Canada — thanks to climate changeGlobalnews.caBlacklegged ticks are slowly spreading to new parts of Canada, bringing Lyme disease with them, say public health researchers. The number of Lyme disease cases has shot up across Canada over the last seven years, from 144 in 2009 to a high of 917 in ...Ottawa now an 'at risk' area for Lyme DiseaseCTV NewsOttawa now at-risk area for Lyme diseaseCBC.caOttawa officially a risky spot for Lyme infectionOttawa CitizenCNN -TheChronicleHerald.ca -USA TODAY -Boston Heraldall 85 news articles »

New cancer equipment added to Windsor-area research inventory - OurWindsor.ca;

New cancer equipment added to Windsor-area research inventory - OurWindsor.ca

OurWindsor.caNew cancer equipment added to Windsor-area research inventoryOurWindsor.caRosa-Maria Ferraiuolo, a research associate in the department of biology at the University of Windsor, speaks about a new piece of cancer research equipment in the Biology Building May 23, 2017. - Tom Morrison. Nucleus equipment announcement.New Equipment For Cancer ResearchBlackburnNews.comall 3 news articles »

Ethiopia's Tedros to be next leader of UN health agency - MetroNews Canada;

Ethiopia's Tedros to be next leader of UN health agency - MetroNews Canada

MetroNews CanadaEthiopia's Tedros to be next leader of UN health agencyMetroNews CanadaDelegates peek through the windows of the closed doors at the World Health Organization's (WHO) 70th World Health Assembly during the election process of the new Director General of the WHO at the European headquarters of the United Nations in ...WHO chooses first African to head the global health agencyWashington PostWorld Health Organization Elects First Director-General From AfricaNPRWHO Elects Ethiopia's Tedros as First Director General From AfricaNew York TimesBBC News -Science Magazine -Reuters -Voice of Americaall 106 news articles »

Anti-vaccination moms judged harshly, University of BC study finds - Vancouver Sun;

Anti-vaccination moms judged harshly, University of BC study finds - Vancouver Sun

Vancouver SunAnti-vaccination moms judged harshly, University of BC study findsVancouver SunHigh school teacher Timothy C. Sullivan leaves a disciplinary hearing in Toronto on Feb. 21. An Ontario science teacher accused of telling his high school students they could die as a result of vaccination, he had a history of pushing anti-vaccine ...Kids of anti-vaccination parents stigmatized more than their parents: studyCTV Newsall 2 news articles »

Parents, stop feeding your kids fruit juice. Follow these guidelines instead - Globalnews.ca;

Parents, stop feeding your kids fruit juice. Follow these guidelines instead - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.caParents, stop feeding your kids fruit juice. Follow these guidelines insteadGlobalnews.caWATCH: It's that time of the year — back to school means packing lunches again. But have you ever wondered how much sugar is lurking in your kids' favourite snacks? Global News spoke to a few dietitians to get the details.Pediatricians Draw The Line: Stop Giving Juice To Your InfantsHuffington Post CanadaParents urged to limit fruit juice for kidsCTV NewsAAP Guideline: No Fruit Juice for InfantsMedscapeThe Straits Times -Deseret News -GoodHousekeeping.com -gulfnews.comall 38 news articles »

Pharmacare on the agenda as Wynne visits Sudbury - CBC.ca;

Pharmacare on the agenda as Wynne visits Sudbury - CBC.ca

CBC.caPharmacare on the agenda as Wynne visits SudburyCBC.caPremier Kathleen Wynne visited the NEOKids wing at Health Sciences North today, pitching the province's youth pharmacare plan. The proposed program, beginning in January, 2018, would provide Ontarians 24 and under with free access to approximately ...Premier's NEO Kids visit is good news for the pediatric centre, doc saysSudbury.comFree Prescription Medication for Children and Youth Through OHIP+Government of Ontario NewsWynne promotes junior pharmacare while in SudburyThe Sudbury Starall 10 news articles »

Sudbury, northern hospitals shortchanged: unions - The Sudbury Star;

Sudbury, northern hospitals shortchanged: unions - The Sudbury Star

The Sudbury StarSudbury, northern hospitals shortchanged: unionsThe Sudbury StarHospitals in Sudbury and across Northern Ontario were shortchanged by the provincial budget, the Ontario Council of Hospital Unions says. In a release, the union council said the budget provided a 3.1 per cent overall funding increase for hospitals ...Sault needs more resources to attract specialists: KrmpotichSooToday.comRegional director for Northern Gaming Bundle will be stationed in Northern OntarioMy North Bay NowMEDIA ADVISORY: Is it political when only one northern Ontario hospital gets more than 2 per cent base funding ...Digital Journalall 5 news articles »

Just 1 alcoholic drink per day increases breast cancer risk: report - CTV News;

Just 1 alcoholic drink per day increases breast cancer risk: report - CTV News

CTV NewsJust 1 alcoholic drink per day increases breast cancer risk: reportCTV NewsJust one alcoholic drink per day is enough to increase breast cancer risk in women, before and after menopause, according to a new report from the World Cancer Research Fund and the American Institute for Cancer Research. For women who drink the ...A glass of wine or beer a day tied to higher breast cancer risk, report saysWLS-TVLess Than 1 Drink Per Day May Raise Your Breast Cancer RiskLive ScienceJust half a glass of wine a day may increase breast cancer riskNHS ChoicesHealthline -Voice of America -WFAA -CBS Newsall 85 news articles »

In 'Enormous Success,' Scientists Tie 52 Genes to Human Intelligence - New York Times;

In 'Enormous Success,' Scientists Tie 52 Genes to Human Intelligence - New York Times

New York TimesIn 'Enormous Success,' Scientists Tie 52 Genes to Human IntelligenceNew York TimesBlood samples from some participants in a new study of genes linked to intelligence were held at the U.K. Biobank, above. Credit Wellcome Trust. In a significant advance in the study of mental ability, a team of European and American scientists ...Large Study Uncovers Genes Linked To IntelligenceHuffPost UKResearchers find dozens of genes associated with measures of intelligenceArs TechnicaPeople with 'smart genes' are more likely to have autismDaily MailNewsweek -The Japan Times -Science News -NBCNews.comall 38 news articles »

Mother posts video of stricken daughter suffering from tick paralysis - Metro;

Mother posts video of stricken daughter suffering from tick paralysis - Metro

MetroMother posts video of stricken daughter suffering from tick paralysisMetroA traumatised mother's video of her daughter who suddenly could not walk, crawl or use her arms has gone viral. Amanda Lewis posted the video of Evelyn looking like a limp doll on Facebook in a bid to find out if any of her family knew what was happening.A Mom's Viral Video Warns Other Parents About "Tick Paralysis"Refinery29Scary Video Shows 3-Year-Old Struggling to Stand After Tick BiteFOX40After Her Daughter Was Paralyzed by a Tick, One Mom Sounded the Alarm on FacebookHealth.comFox 59 -Mirror.co.uk -The Inquisitrall 28 news articles »

New fruit juice guidelines include big change for babies - fox8.com;

New fruit juice guidelines include big change for babies - fox8.com

fox8.comNew fruit juice guidelines include big change for babiesfox8.comChildren should not be given fruit juice before they are 1 year old unless it's advised by a doctor, according to new guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics, published Monday in the journal Pediatrics. The group had previously advised ...Juice takes another hit as a 'healthy' beverageBusiness InsiderPediatricians advise no fruit juice until kids are 1Minnesota Public Radio NewsNo Fruit Juice For Babies, New Guidelines Saynews9.com KWTVHealthline -Daily Mail -Medical News Today -NBCNews.comall 73 news articles »

FDA approves first drug to specifically treat giant cell arteritis - FDA.gov;

FDA approves first drug to specifically treat giant cell arteritis - FDA.gov

eNews Park ForestFDA approves first drug to specifically treat giant cell arteritisFDA.govThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration today expanded the approved use of subcutaneous Actemra (tocilizumab) to treat adults with giant cell arteritis. This new indication provides the first FDA-approved therapy, specific to this type of vasculitis.IL-6 Blocker OK'd for VasculitisMedPage TodayActemra Approved for Certain Blood Vessel InflammationPhilly.comall 6 news articles »

Microwave mushrooms 'to keep their goodness', scientists say - BBC News;

Microwave mushrooms 'to keep their goodness', scientists say - BBC News

BBC NewsMicrowave mushrooms 'to keep their goodness', scientists sayBBC NewsThe healthiest way to cook mushrooms is to microwave or grill them to preserve their goodness, researchers say. These cooking methods significantly increase levels of antioxidants which protect cells against diseases, but boiling or frying reduces them.The Healthiest Way to Cook Mushrooms Is Totally SurprisingTIMEMushrooms should be microwaved to seal in goodness, scientists sayTelegraph.co.ukGrill or microwave your mushrooms to retain their nutritional value: StudyHindustan TimesGrimsby Telegraph -Lab Manager Magazine -Science Times -ChronicleLiveall 22 news articles »

Smoking mild or light cigarettes puts you at greater risk of lung cancer, finds study - Hindustan Times;

Smoking mild or light cigarettes puts you at greater risk of lung cancer, finds study - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesSmoking mild or light cigarettes puts you at greater risk of lung cancer, finds studyHindustan TimesA US study finds that mild or light cigarettes, marketed by the tobacco industry as a “healthier” option, may have contributed to the rise of lung adenocarcinoma – the most common type of lung cancer. fitness Updated: May 22, 2017 15:53 IST. Indo Asian ...The FDA needs to tighten regulations on filtered cigarettesThe Hill (blog)Light cigarettes have likely contributed to rise of lung adenocarcinoma, study showsNews-Medical.netCould 'Safer' Filtered Cigarettes Be More Deadly?Philly.comMedscape -Express.co.uk -The Independent -The Columbus Dispatchall 13 news articles »

Speeding up sepsis care can save lives, study suggests - CTV News;

Speeding up sepsis care can save lives, study suggests - CTV News

CTV NewsSpeeding up sepsis care can save lives, study suggestsCTV NewsWASHINGTON -- Minutes matter when it comes to treating sepsis, the killer condition that most Americans probably have never heard of, and new research shows it's time they learn. Sepsis is the body's out-of-control reaction to an infection. By the time ...'Rory's Regs' on sepsis require hospital checklists, save livesUSA TODAYFaster is better when it comes to sepsis careEurekAlert (press release)Doctors have resisted guidelines to treat sepsis. New study suggests those guidelines save livesSTATall 5 news articles »

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