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WHO pleased to see China ease harsh zero COVID policies
LONDON (AP) — A top official at the World Health Organization said the U.N. agency was “pleased” to see China loosening so...
Pharmacists ask parents not to stockpile as shortage of kids pain meds continues
Pharmacists are asking parents not to stockpile the limited supply of children’s pain and fever medications that arrived o...
Canadian ‘father’ of evidence-based medicine wins global Einstein Foundation award
A Hamilton researcher has won an international prize for work that jurors say makes him the “father of evidence-based medi...
Doctors urge parents to get routine vaccines for kids following pandemic disruptions
Preventable diseases like measles could follow trends seen elsewhere in the world and spread quickly in Canada due to a dr...
WHO, CDC: A record 40 million kids miss measles vaccine dose
LONDON (AP) — The World Health Organization and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say measles immunizati...
B.C. study finds low but increased risk of myocarditis after 2nd Moderna COVID shot
A Canadian study suggests cases of heart muscle inflammation related to COVID-19 mRNA vaccines are rare but higher than ex...
New pediatric guidelines for toddler screen use stresses quality instead of quantity
TORONTO - The Canadian Paediatric Society has ditched a hard-and-fast time limit for screen use among toddlers and prescho...
Seniors at high risk for RSV, experts warn, as Health Canada reviews 60-plus vaccine
TORONTO - As pediatric hospitals fill up with young children sickened by respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), doctors are wo...
What do your music preferences say about your attachment style? A U of T study found there’s a connection
Dr. Ravin Alaei at U of T had a hunch the music we are drawn to could shed light on interpersonal relationships.