When New Zealand goes to the polls next month, the country will become the first in the world to let its people decide whether or not euthanasia should be decriminalised.
There is only one dedicated cancer ward in a country of 38 million people.
Photographer Lauren Maccabee spent lockdown photographing her father, who went into hospital for treatment and came out with COVID-19 and a terminal diagnosis.
Welcome to Virgo season!
The bingo hall says they'll be looking into the situation but the safety of their customers and staff come first.
Four Canadians are legally allowed to use magic mushrooms for end-of-life therapy. We spoke to one of them, Laurie Brooks, about how it has helped her.
Johnson & Johnson Will Not Sell Its Controversial Baby Powder in the US and Canada, But Will Continue in Other Countries
The company faces almost 20,000 lawsuits from those claiming its talc products cause cancer.
Symptom-checkers are convenient, but they're also mostly wrong, new research shows.
I was worried my cancer surgeon would get distracted by Hall & Oates' "Maneater," but it turns out, most doctors crank a playlist.
Same genes, same type of cancer, very different bills.
"The first thing I noticed was the absolute lack of sensation."