A simple introduction from care providers can be a good start towards a truly patient-centred approach to health services.
Stop blaming video games for violent acts, a digital culture expert says. Instead, look to the link with public health to help us deal with a complicated culture of violence.
Drug companies have a job to do and so does Health Canada. When the relationship becomes murky, the public are at risk.
Uganda is the testing ground for a new vaccine that could work on more strains of the Ebola virus and other haemorrhagic fevers.
Research shows fainting in pregnancy may be associated with medical problems for the child at birth and heart conditions in the mother post delivery.
Does beer help a new mother's milk come in? Does 'pumping and dumping' allow you to drink and breast-feed? A doctor sorts the evidence from the myth.
Expanding the services offered by pharmacies can have positive effects on health outcomes — and profits.
Governments must think about older people's relationships with pets when they're planning both aging-in-place strategies and disaster management.
Research shows that the more adults identify with exercise or physical activity, the more they engage in it.
In a new research study, more than 900 people from around the world explain the challenges and benefits of microdosing LSD and psilocybin-containing mushrooms.
Combining big data sources about bike-share trips with anonymized data from traditional survey research can best capture who is using bike-share programs.
There is no evidence yet that cannabidiol (CBD) is effective in treating heroin addiction, despite news headlines claiming this.
Research shows that many people living with HIV struggle with tooth decay, bleeding gums and tooth sensitivity -- due to the costs of dental care and discrimination by dental professionals.
Queer men's comics are contributing to changing cultural narratives about what queer men’s bodies should be, and health researchers are taking note.
Employers that make accommodations for workers with autism can help all workers and make our workplaces more just and productive for all.
It is possible for teenagers to be addicted to screen-time activities such as video gaming. It is also possible for parents to do something about it.
Beyond revolutionizing sex and intimacy, erotic technologies have applications in health care, education and research. Erobotics explores implications and possibilities of these technologies.
Thomas Durcan's lab is growing 3D mini-brains in the search for a cure for Parkinson's disease. Over the next year he is giving all his lab's protocols, methods and results away.
Adults must let go of their fears of injury and kidnapping. Children need free outdoor play to build physical immunity, psychological health, executive functioning and social skills.
The sun emits harmful rays 365 days a year, even when cloudy or rainy. Children must be protected or they may develop cataracts at an earlier age and run the risk of skin cancer of the eyelids.