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  Cancer cases projected to rise 40% in 15 years as  

Robert Nuttall

New cancer cases are expected to increase by about 40 per cent by 2030 as the population ages and grows, the Canadian Cancer Society says.

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  Kids' motor and social skills improve when cord cl  


Children developed better fine-motor skills when the clamping of their umbilical cord at birth was delayed several minutes compared with just seconds, according to a new randomized trial.

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  Rob Ford discharged from hospital after cancer sur  

Toronto Rob Ford released from hospital

Rob Ford, former Toronto mayor and current city councillor, was discharged from a local hospital on Tuesday, two weeks after his cancer surgery.

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  Heather Brenan's daughter frustrated by lack of an  

Heather Brenan

An inquest into the death of a woman who died hours after being discharged from a Winnipeg ER continued in Winnipeg on Tuesday.

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  Developmentally disabled people shouldn't be livin  

michael neve ottawa hospital autism

Advocates for developmentally disabled people say hospitals aren't the right place for them and that traditional housing with additional supports is more compassionate.

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  Salmonella outbreak linked to live chicks under in  

Salmonella Chicks

The Public Health Agency of Canada says it's investigating an outbreak of salmonella in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan linked to live chicks from an Alberta hatchery.

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