Ontario Wants To Ban Eyeball Tattoos

After a young woman in Ottawa lost one of her eyes with eye tattooing, Ontario plans to ban this type of procedure, which would be a first in the country. The ban... Read more »

Alberta Study Using Fecal Capsules to Treat C. Difficile

Clinical trials in Alberta have shown that C. difficile can be effectively treated by oral fecal transfer. Fecal transfer, also known as fecal transplantation and fecal transplantation, involves taking the stool of... Read more »

Essential Oils Suspected of Acting As Endocrine Disruptors

The magazine 60 million, warns against the use of two essential oils: lavender and tea tree. These two widely used essential oils could cause hormonal imbalances by acting as endocrine disruptors. Essential... Read more »

An outbreak of Streptococcal infections kills Nine in Ontario

A streptococcal outbreak in the London, Ontario area has killed nine people in the last 18 months. Thirty-two cases of group A streptococcal infection were treated. Intensive care unit treatment was required... Read more »

Facebook Can Now Recognize Suicidal Thoughts

Facebook announced Monday that it has significantly improved its suicide prevention tool with artificial intelligence. Technology is now able to recognize actions associated with suicidal thoughts by itself in order to offer... Read more »

Buying Organic Not Always Healthier Choice

Since organic foods tend to be more expensive but are thought to be a healthier option to include in your diet, many healthy people make the mistake of only buying foods that... Read more »

Being a workaholic makes you sick when you do not like your job

Workaholics who like what they do are in better shape than those who work long days without investing in their jobs, according to a study published by a researcher at Simon Fraser... Read more »

Iowa Woman Ingests Tapeworm as a Dietary Measure

Des Moines, IA – a local woman went to see her physician for his advice after ingesting a tapeworm she purchased on the internet. Apparently, the woman was led to believe that... Read more »