Five patients challenge the Health Minister
OTTAWA – Health Minister Rona Ambrose is slamming her own department’s decision to provide heroin to certain addicts under a special access program and insisting it won’t be allowed to
TORONTO – Health Canada should regulate all entities that mix drugs outside a licensed pharmacy, an expert that looked into the chemotherapy drug scare that rocked two provinces recommended Wednesday.
Leona Aglukkaq fails to address the salt issue. Again.
Are fecal transplants the next treatment for heart disease, Crohn’s and even autism?
UBC-O student died after taking pills
TORONTO – Health Canada documents say the popular birth-control pills Yaz and Yasmin have been linked to the deaths of at least 23 Canadian women —the youngest just age 14.
Julia Belluz on what that the project means for health transparency
OTTAWA – All new cars built in Canada as of September 2015 will come equipped with shoulder safety belts for the rear centre seat, a change that’s part of an
DELTA, B.C. – Health Canada has pulled the licenses for all medical devices sold by a Delta, B.C., company, including home test kits to detect pregnancy and ovulation.
What students are talking about today (January 31st)
TORONTO – The federal health minister’s move to let drug makers voluntarily alert doctors and pharmacists of medication shortages went against concerns the approach could put Canada’s drug supply at
Why does Canada trail U.S. and EU in protecting citizens from dangerous meds?
Timeline for web-based listing remains unclear
OTTAWA—Health Canada is warning hospitals and other health-care facilities about the risk of entrapment of patients in hospital after three people died and several were injured.
Leona Aglukkaq’s request for a Health Canada study of wind turbines wins support from another Conservative MP, this one in Britain.
Andrew Percy says, “Many people living close to these
For the next five years, the focus will be more on busting drug users than helping them