It’s Independence Day in Bosnia.
As HIV infections increase in Alberta, Health Canada has approved a drug people can use to prevent the infection. Truvada is already used in Canada to treat people who have HIV.
The province is turning to Albertans for input as it works to develop policies on physician-assisted death.
I’m “a friendly and neighbourly sort,” says civil servant at heart of workplace human rights case.
T he way we currently conduct newborn screening in Canada is an unholy mess: It’s inequitable, inefficient and causes unnecessary harm, says the Globe and Mail’s health care reporter.
Scientists have published “the first strong evidence” that the Zika virus is a potential trigger for Guillain-Barré syndrome, an autoimmune disorder that can cause temporary paralysis or even death.
United Nurses of Alberta