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Ontario considers tighter rules for corporate water bottling

The Ontario premier said it would be ``inappropriate'' to issue Nestle Canada a new water-taking permit under the old rules that allow the company to pay the low rate. READ MORE

Health Canada reports first case of Zika-related deformities

Canada's public health agency has confirmed the country's first case of Zika-related congenital anomalies in a fetus. READ MORE

Soda pop tax? Feds examine financial side of a potential obesity-fighting tool

Heart and Stroke Foundation wants five cents per 100 mL on sugar-sweetened drinks READ MORE

Vote on new deal for Ontario doctors delayed

After protest, Ontario Medical Association has agreed to full membership vote on four-year agreement READ MORE

Pepsi brings aspartame back

Sweetener was pulled last year over health concerns READ MORE

Health Canada: Gay men can give blood if they're celibate for a year

Regulation introduced in 2013 required would-be donors to abstain from sex for 5 years READ MORE

Guilty pleas in cases of misuse of patient records from Toronto hospitals

Information used to push education savings plans on new parents READ MORE

Cancer patient receives first penis transplant in US

Recipient should be able to urinate in a few weeks, have sexual function in weeks or months READ MORE

"We have a libido like everybody else": Wheelchair burlesque to strip down stigma, sex up disability

On-stage stories range from explicit to sweet READ MORE

Ontario to increase cancer patients' access to stem cell transplants

Province has been outsourcing cancer patients to U.S. READ MORE

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