Many kids with ADHD given antipsychotics: study-Image1
Dr. Paul Kurdyak is seen in this undated handout photo. One in 20 Ontario children and youth have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and many...
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Many kids with ADHD given antipsychotics: study

Many youth with ADHD given antipsychotic drugs: study

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Canada | Jan 17, 2017
1/3 of adults diagnosed with asthma don't have it: study-Image1

1/3 of adults diagnosed with asthma don't have it: study

A third of adults treated for asthma don't actually have airway disorder: study

Canada | Jan 17, 2017

Territories make health deals with Ottawa

NWT, Nunavut and Yukon reach health-care funding deal with federal government

Canada | Jan 13, 2017

Flu cases rising as virus moves cross-country

Flu cases on rise; when they will hit seasonal peak can't be predicted: experts

Canada | Jan 12, 2017
Added sugar found in two-thirds of packaged foods: study-Image1

Added sugar found in two-thirds of packaged foods: study

Added sugar found in two-thirds of packaged foods in Canada: study

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A flu shot is the best gift of prevention

Getting the flu shot might be the best gift you can give this holiday season! As an infectious diseases specialist, I...

Oshawa This Week | by Dr. Daniel R. Ricciuto
News | Oct 02, 2016
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Constant use of smart phone causes neck pain, Ontario chiropractors warn consumers

Pokeman GO-ers beware: Constant texting, chatting and playing on smart phones or tablets can leave you in pain.

Mississauga News | by Nouman Khalil
Sep 22, 2016

Stone City Strength and Wellness brings fresh fitness approach to east Kingston

News - Stone City Strength and Wellness, a new fitness centre in east Kingston, will have its grand opening celebration on...

Kingston Heritage | Add Comment | by Aric McBay
Sep 20, 2016

Don't let retirement be your death trap

Retirement is for the brave of heart and body. Literally. The stats aren’t pretty.

Kingston Heritage | Add Comment | by Mark Bergin
Sep 19, 2016

Tragically Hip's courageous summer tour inspires more than $1M for brain cancer research

Courage, it couldn’t have come at a better time for brain cancer research.

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment
Sep 19, 2016

RECALLS: Motorcycles, hoverboards and helmets make this week's list

Check out our weekly round up of current product recalls. Do any affect you?

Mississauga News | Add Comment
Aug 25, 2016

YMCA Bicycle Camp partnership helps boost confidence and keep kids safe

Community – Knowing and properly using the rules of the road is a must for all cyclists, but it’s only one aspect of bicycle...

Kingston Heritage | Add Comment | by Tori Stafford
Jul 17, 2016

Provinces vary on ensuring access to assisted dying

Canadians don't all have access to a centralized service to find doctors willing to help

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Allan Woods
Jul 04, 2016

New research unlocking mysteries behind chronic fatigue syndrome

Study showing biological markers of long-misunderstood condition “one more piece of the puzzle,” researchers say

OurWindsor.Ca | 5 Comments | by Lauren Pelley
Jul 04, 2016

Ottawa might try to prohibit homegrown pot

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government warns legalized recreational marijuana will be a strictly controlled...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Robert Benzie
Jul 04, 2016

Ottawa Hospital-led fainting study leads to new detection tool

A nine-question tool on fainting developed by a team of Ottawa researchers is expected to save lives by helping uncover...

Ottawa South News | Add Comment | by Erin McCracken
Jul 04, 2016

Mental health for babies, toddlers as important as nutrition

SIMCOE COUNTY – Parents, put down the educational toys, baby genius DVDs and the iPads.

Barrie Advance | Add Comment | by Jenni Dunning

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