I have patellofemoral pain syndrome in my knees, tendinitis in my shoulders, my hair is turning grey, I've developed rosacea, and now, I have a bunionette on my foot. Gross.
The doctor shortage in rural Saskatchewan has reached critical levels, and the province is doing everything it can to attract and keep physicians in smaller towns.
The University of Saskatchewan and the University of Regina have teamed up to conduct a study on disparities in health across the province.
Saskatchewan has one of the highest rates of asthma and other chronic lung disease nationwide.
Inflammatory bowel disease is not an easy subject to talk ”” or write ”” about, but Janelle Ocrane says it's an important conversation for university students to have.
A new report released by the OECD, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, shows that more than half of Canadians are either overweight or obese.
The University of Saskatchewan has been in the Canadian spotlight recently for research into a potential multiple sclerosis treatment.
Health Canada has approved the use of the HPV vaccine Gardasil for men. Pharmaceutical company Merck Frosst was granted authorization by the federal government on Feb. 22 to market Gardasil for boys and men from ages 9 to 26.
Studies showing a clear link between pollution and the development of diabetes have been around since the early 1990s. The National Academy of Sciences published a report in July 1993 that linked Type 2 diabetes to dioxin, one of the main chemicals in Agent Orange, the infamous herbicide used to clear vast swathes of Vietnamese
What is one thing we are exposed to, without fail, every single day? Food. The wonderful, tasty, wholesome, crispy, spicy, tangy, cool, chewy, hot, nutritious, satisfying, and delicious foods we enjoy day in and day out. March is Nutrition Month in Canada.