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‘I can’t do this on my own’: Returning from rehab in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut – North

Nellie Hogaluk says she was one step away from ending up in jail or even dead. The quiet 27-year-old from Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, says when alcohol touches her lips she…

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#BeccaToldMeTo teen diagnosed with another tumour, public asked to send Christmas cards

A terminally-ill New Brunswick teen behind the #BeccaToldMeTo hashtag which went viral last year has been diagnosed with a second tumour. A Facebook post said the tumour was discovered by…

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Vaccines for addictions create the illusion that there’s a quick fix for drug dependence – CBC News

Unlike a virus, or an inherited condition, or an environmental illness, addiction cannot be classified strictly within the parameters of cause and effect. To put it more accurately: there are…

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Teenage chef battling brain tumour lands food show

Fourteen-year-old Jonathan Giovannoni is balancing high school, a catering company, a new job as a chef, international cooking competitions and preparing to host a travelling food show. He also has…

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Health Canada finds low number of rare cancer cases linked to breast implants

A Health Canada safety review has found a low number of cases of a rare cancer associated with breast implants.  The federal department conducted the review after cases of breast implant-associated…

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Drinking 3 or 4 cups of coffee a day could be good for your health: study – National

If you’re drinking three or more cups of coffee per day, some experts say it’s probably a good thing. A new study published in the BMJ, researchers from the Universities of…

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Travelling by public transit in Toronto exposes you to damaging bursts of sound, study says – Toronto

The sudden screeches, squeals and clangs that are a regular feature of commuting by public transit in Toronto could be contributing to long-term hearing loss and other health problems, says…

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U.S. boy denied transplant due to father’s probation violation gets new kidney – National

A little boy has finally received a potentially life-saving kidney transplant after his father’s legal problems stopped him from receiving a new organ last month. READ MORE: 2-year-old denied kidney…

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People with facial differences see their stories reflected in Wonder – Health

When Vanessa Wiens was just 12 years old, she was out walking her dog and someone yelled, “Hey you, ugly … you should go kill yourself.” She did contemplate suicide, being…

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The inspection gap: An investigation into food inspections in Nova Scotia

A mold-filled fridge, rodents in the kitchen and food being exposed to sewage are just some of the incidents you can find reported on the Nova Scotia restaurant inspection website. But…

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