Ministry of Health
We're told to seek help but can our mental health system handle it?
The Canadian government announced Monday that it plans to ease the restrictions on setting up supervised-injection sites imminently. Until then, things don't look good on the ground level.
Hundreds of Canadians have died this year alone from fentanyl overdoses.
A VICE Canada investigation has revealed that Ontario's pledge to put a life-saving antidote for opioid overdoses into pharmacies is off to a troubling start.
A 17-year-old boy who died earlier this week tested positive for the virus one month and 20 days after the West African country was officially declared Ebola free.
In this excerpt, Farouq Ali, a pediatrician in Baghdad, explains some of the problems Iraqi doctors face, from budget cuts to becoming targets for revenge by bereaved families.
They came up with a non-smoking campaign aimed at teenagers and centered around the motivational slogan "Live your life. Without smoke. YOLO."
The planned merger of emergency and non-urgent telephone hotlines may see people at high-risk of suicide face more barriers to finding help, and cut jobs in the process.
The move was prompted by the increasing number Ebola infections within the country in order for hospital management to restore the medical care that is so urgently needed.