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Dogs may be smarter than we think — and can benefit our health in ways we don’t realize

This is an excerpt from Second Opinion, a weekly roundup of eclectic and under-the-radar health and medical science news emailed to subscribers every Saturday morning. If you haven’t subscribed yet, you can…

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Almost 90% of people in Samoa now vaccinated against measles in wake of deadly outbreak: officials – National

Samoa said on Saturday nearly 90 per cent of eligible people had been vaccinated against measles as it lifted a two-day curfew imposed amid an outbreak that has killed 65…

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Vaping-related illnesses rise in Canada and U.S.

A total of 13 vaping-associated lung illness have been reported in Canada, health officials say, and every U.S. state has now reported cases. U.S. health officials on Thursday reported one new…

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Cellphone-related injuries are on the rise, study shows – National

Add facial cuts, bruises and fractures to the risks from cellphones and carelessly using them. That’s according to a study published Thursday that found a spike in U.S. emergency room…

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‘We have hope’: Ottawa pledges to support First Nations suicide prevention strategies

In the wake of a 10-year-old girl’s suicide on his reserve, the Chief of Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation flew more than 3,000 kilometres to Ottawa to sit face-to-face with the federal…

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Recall issued for President’s Choice coleslaw over possible salmonella

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‘We are losing nurses. We are losing beds’: Why health-care funding is sparking so much U.K. election debate

Yasaman Barzin is a junior doctor in the United Kingdom’s National Health Service. She has worked in hospitals across England and is based in an emergency department in the southeast.   With each…

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Meet Doris Peltier, an advocate for Indigenous women living with HIV

Doris Peltier has dedicated her life’s work to advocating for the wellbeing of Indigenous women living with HIV/AIDS. The 63-year-old Anishinaabe mother, grandmother and great-grandmother started working in the field in 2010…

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More than 1 in 4 say they’ve seen gymgoers leave bathroom without washing hands: survey – National

Have you ever seen someone hop off an elliptical machine without wiping it down? According to a recent survey, many gymgoers witness this offending behaviour — and they hate it….

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Citing Tainted Water investigation, Halifax Water advances offer to replace lead pipes for free

Halifax Water is moving the dial forward on a landmark program to replace lead pipes on private property, citing an investigation published by Global News and the Star Halifax as…

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