According to a scathing report by the British Medical Association, a series of coalition policies threaten to have severe deleterious effects on children, spreading inequalities and driving more families to poverty.
A grandmother has told that she is moving to England to get access to a cancer treatment drug that her consultant has advised to prevent the spread of her bowel cancer. Maureen Fleming, 63, decided to move to England after she was denied the access to the drug on the NHS in Scotland.
A new study says flu while pregnancy increases the chances of the baby to develop bipolar disorder. This makes a big reason why doctors encourage pregnant ladies to not at all miss upon their flu shot.
Yes, a new study has clearly exposed the link between a pregnant mothers' flu exposure and increased risks of their children eventually developing the bipolar disorder.
AstraZeneca finally accelerates its cancer drug testing and soon the results will be out.
The drug maker has finally enrolled the first patient into its final-stage clinical trial of the new drug. The company hopes the success of the new drug trial, which seeks treatment for a rare type of leukemia.
The Yellowknife Catholic School Board will be voting to decide the fate of HPV vaccine in their schools.
Human papillomavirus is a sexually transmitted disease which has been found to be connected with cancer. The vaccine has always remained in controversies among Catholic school boards in the South considering the religious beliefs around sex.
Senior care in facilities has again become a topic for discussion by ministers. The recent suggestion has come from the NDP Opposition leader, who said seniors deserve more baths.
In his statements, NDP Leader Mr. Cam Broten has suggested the Sask. Party government to make such arrangements to ensure that seniors living in nursing homes get at least two baths every week.