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B.C. to implement committee's suggestions on overdose responses at schools

B.C. to implement committee's suggestions on overdose responses at schools

VICTORIA — A steering committee has identified early actions for post-secondary institutions to follow in the event of an overdose on campus.
Canada pledges Ukraine aid, plan to buy submarines as NATO spending questions dog PM

Canada pledges Ukraine aid, plan to buy submarines as NATO spending questions dog PM

WASHINGTON, D. C. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pledged another $500 million in military assistance to Ukraine in a one-on-one conversation with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy at the NATO summit in Washington, D.C.
The plague rarely affects humans, though the US sees about 7 cases a year. Here's why

The plague rarely affects humans, though the US sees about 7 cases a year. Here's why

Colorado health officials have confirmed a human case of the plague , the rare bacterial infection infamously known for killing tens of millions in 14th century Europe. Today, it's easily treated with antibiotics.
Dozens were sickened with salmonella after drinking raw milk from a California farm

Dozens were sickened with salmonella after drinking raw milk from a California farm

Dozens of salmonella illnesses have been linked to raw milk from a California farm, a far wider outbreak than previously known, according to newly released state records.
Former Predators captain Johnson posthumously diagnosed with CTE

Former Predators captain Johnson posthumously diagnosed with CTE

BOSTON — Former Nashville Predators captain Greg Johnson has been posthumously diagnosed with chronic traumatic encephalopathy following a post-mortem brain tissue analysis.

Which states could have abortion on the ballot in 2024?

A ballot measure to scale back the abortion ban in Arkansas won’t go before voters after the secretary of state on Wednesday found that organizers failed to submit required paperwork about the paid canvassers it used to help gather signatures that we
Specialists say there are benefits to couples sleeping separately

Specialists say there are benefits to couples sleeping separately

NEW YORK (AP) — Michael Solender and his wife have been together for 42 years. They slept in the same bed for the first 10, taking to separate rooms after that.
N.S. emergency department deaths hit six-year high, doctors point to 'bed-blocking'

N.S. emergency department deaths hit six-year high, doctors point to 'bed-blocking'

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Doctors in Atlantic Canada say too many beds in emergency departments are taken up by people who need non-emergency care, and the "bed-blocking" is driving high numbers of emergency department deaths. Dr.
What cognitive tests can show -- and what they can't

What cognitive tests can show -- and what they can't

WASHINGTON (AP) — It’s the new chant in Washington politics: “Get a cognitive test!” Political opponents, armchair pundits and even nervous supporters are demanding that President Joe Biden undergo such testing after his dismal debate performance – e
What is listeriosis, the illness recently linked to a recall of plant-based milks?

What is listeriosis, the illness recently linked to a recall of plant-based milks?

Several people in Ontario have become sick with listeriosis in an outbreak that triggered a national recall of certain plant-based milks that may have been contaminated with Listeria.