A second Thai food product is undergoing a recall in Canada.
Yet another food product is being pulled from the Canadian marketplace due to possible Salmonella contamination.
The recommendation came in a report to Health Minister Adrian Dix following a comprehensive review of the College of Dental Surgeons of B.C.
The salmonellosis bacteria (in red) are shown here invading cultured human cells.
The campaign to help Canadians understand that people with effective HIV treatment do not pass the virus on to their sexual partners.
The Rock Steady program is pushing people with the disease to forestall the symptoms for as long as possible.
Lee’s Provisions Inc. is recalling some of its Lee’s Tea brand products from the marketplace
The implant should break down into harmless components in the body after treated bones begin to heal.
A health-inspection report has revealed further details about the conditions of the kitchen that the chowder was prepared in.
It is the fifth Janes product to undergo a recall notice for possible Salmonella contamination in about a year-and-a-half.
An organic food company based in Nelson, B.C., is recalling some of its teas in this province.
It's too soon to know if it's peaked, according to public-health experts.
FullMast's experienced physicians rely only on scientifically validated therapies, such as focused SONICWAVE, for regeneration of erectile tissue and enhanced blood flow.
A fierce but feel-good oyster-shucking face-off.
One of the most successful music stars on the planet is facing some mental-health challenges.
The erudite, Canadian-born host of a popular syndicated game show is battling an often fatal disease.
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On the horizon: The world's "Great Food Transformation".
UBC researchers compared dietary data from two national surveys involving over 50,000 Canadians.
According to a report to trustees, approximately 1,000 tampons and 500 napkins will be available in coin-free dispensaries at New Westminster secondary school.