LONDON — The World Health Organization’s research arm has downgraded its classification of coffee as a possible carcinogen, declaring there isn’t enough proof to show a link to cancer.
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OTTAWA—The Senate has rejected a proposal to allow individuals who are diagnosed with competence-eroding conditions like dementia to make advance requests for medical help to end their lives.
OTTAWA—Attawapiskat Chief Bruce Shisheesh met with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Ottawa yesterday—weeks after the Northern Ontario reserve’s youth suicide crisis garnered global attention.
CHICAGO — Parental warning: Don’t lose sleep over new guidelines on how much shut-eye your kids should be getting.
The recommendations range from up to 16 hours daily for babies to at least eight hours for teens. They come from a panel of experts and give parents fresh ammunition for when kids blame them for strict bedtimes.
TORONTO — Shopping for steaks to grill and confused by the difference between grass-fed and grain-fed beef? And why is one more expensive?
A Toronto-based butcher who stocks 100 per cent grass-fed beef argues cows that graze on grass are healthier and their meat contains less fat than their counterparts eating grain or corn.
TORONTO — It’s no secret that a walk in the woods can be great for boosting your mood.
But a burgeoning group of nature enthusiasts say it can do much more ‚Äî including strengthen immunity, lower blood pressure, increase your ability to focus, and ultimately lower health-care costs if done regularly.
NEW YORK — The nation’s obesity epidemic continues to grow, led by an alarming increase among women. For the first time, more than 4 in 10 U.S. women are obese, according to new government health statistics.
OTTAWA—Certain President’s Choice brand and Basse brand products containing sunflower seeds are being recalled due to possible Listeria contamination.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is warning against the consumption of the products, which were sold nationally.
CHICAGO — Two months before Joe Clark died of colon cancer at age 31, a doctor gently told him it was time to stop treatment.
NEW YORK — The number of pregnant women in the United States infected with Zika virus is suddenly tripling, due to a change in how the government is reporting cases.