A study has taken place at the level of province with an aim to track marijuana usage among students.
The study, Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey, has found that more number of Ontario high students have confessed driving after taking marijuana in comparison to after having a few drinks.
Astronomers have launched a new project to analyze, observe and resolve many problems that occurred at the time of formation of different galaxies. Scientists named the project as AGORA (Assembling Galaxies of Resolved Anatomy), which is an ambitious multi-year project.
According to a latest report, the advertisement that has featured Hollywood action star Jean-Claude Van Damme has been viewed by more than 59 million viewers on YouTube until now.
The commercial was launched on the website on the 14th of November and has gone viral among social media as well as news media.
The NHS in Scotland is battling to meet "testing" holding up time focuses, with execution crumbling in the previous year, a report uncovers today.
The report has uncovered that healing centers crosswise over Scotland are neglecting to meet another legitimate obligation to guarantee patients hold up no more than 12 weeks for medicine.
As reasons for alarm develop that dementia is turning into a worldwide emergency, health experts from G8 nations are promising to uncover a medicine or cure for the cerebrum infection by 2025.
Dementia influences more than 35 million individuals worldwide, a number that is about to be twofold in coming time.
Controllers have revealed an index of failings at GP surgeries - incorporating unified with rooms so grimy it had larvae on the carpet.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) health controller completed reviews at 1,000 practices crosswise over England and discovered samples of "extremely poor care" that put patients at danger.
A study revealed yesterday at the World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) 2013, that Qatar tops the list among eight countries in introducing new technology and practices into the healthcare systems.
As the Minister of Energy and Industry, Dr Mohamed bin Saleh al-Sada, officially inaugurated a Helium 2 plant yesterday, Qatar emerged as the world's largest helium exporter.
The plant, which is the world's largest helium refining facility is co-owned by Qatargas and RasGas, but will be operated by the latter.
This calamity is typically a very Canadian one: about 33% of the people who receive mail at the doorstep will soon have to collect it from some kind of central location, just as the other 67%.
Elizabeth May said, "This decision will disproportionately affect the elderly and Canadians living with disabilities, for whom home delivery of letters and parcels provides a critical link,"
As a part of a $351.5 million capital raising Singapore Airlines, Etihad Airways and Air New Zealand will increase their stakes in Virgin Australia to almost 70 per cent.
The Federal parliament voted down plans for an interim ban on Australia's live animal export trade.
On Thursday, Labour senators voted with the coalition in the upper house to overturn an Australian Greens motion calling for the cessation of exports until an investigation into previous welfare issues is complete.
The WHO reported this week that approximately 3.3 million lives have been saved since 2000 due to global efforts to control and eliminate malaria but much more efforts are required to control the outbreak in the future.
Another report released by Xinhua said that the World Malaria Report
According to the findings of a new study people who drink alcohol live longer than those who completely abstain from it. So its Cheers for the ones who love their drink.
Japantown Dental has come up with a novel implant procedure. As per this procedure, one can get their teeth implanted in a day and leave the same day.
Whether it is about one tooth or all teeth, Japantown Dental is able to replace them on the same day. Such a technology was not possible earlier and another addition has been made with this technology. Now, people can get their implant done and leave the office on that day only.
The NYC Board of Health has announced that it will get mandatory for children under six years of age going to pre-school or day care to get flu shots.
Dr. Jay Varma, Deputy Commissioner for disease control, said it was great that the NYC Board of Health has approved the vaccine to become compulsory for children. This decision can save lives of 20,000 city children from getting the disease.
According to a new report, about 33% of children in the world do not have their existence legally verified with a birth certificate. It has been warned by the United Nations Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) that one in three kids across the world do not have their birth certification as their birth was not registered.
According to a new report, a soldier has become a first person to receive a mind-controlled prosthetic limb in the UK. Corporal Andrew Garthwaite, a 26-year-old soldier from South Shields, was badly hit by a rocket-propelled grenade in Helmand in September 2010. This British soldier had lost his right arm in his overseas deployment in Afghanistan and has been fitted with a bionic arm.
Because of the collapse of non-emergency NHS phone line, the ambulance call handlers will have to attend phone calls for extra working hours. The NHS 111 service has been taken from the NHS Direct by the North West Ambulance Service (NWAS). The NWAS believe the NHS Direct is no longer capable of delivering the contract.
According to a latest report, an Eastbourne resident is looking forward to enhance profile of a local committee that is aimed at raising funds for charity.
The name of the resident is Ruth Morris and she says that the Eastbourne and District Fundraising Committee for Macmillan Cancer Support is looking for volunteers who are willing to join their team.
A fine of £28m was imposed on Lloyds Banking Group for "serious failings" which rewarded sales staff with 'grand in your hand' bonuses, even at times products they sold to consumers were believed to be unsuitable.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said the penalty was the biggest which has ever been imposed against a retail banking operation.
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