What’s Safe — And Not — With The COVID-19 Delta Variant Circulating

For a period of time earlier this summer, it seemed like the coronavirus pandemic was inching toward its end in the United States. Vaccinations were up and hospitalizations were down. For the... Read more »

‘Hey, do you have a second?’— The upside of workplace interruptions

If you work in an office environment, it’s a common occurrence: You’re right in the middle of a project and a co-worker stops by to ask for help with a task or... Read more »

An overactive sweet tooth may spell trouble for our cellular powerplants

The average American eats roughly 22 teaspoons of added sugar a day — more than three times the recommended amount for women and more than double the recommended amount for men. Although... Read more »

Groups representing doctors, nurses call for mandatory vaccination of health-care workers

The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) and the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) are jointly calling for COVID-19 vaccinations to be made mandatory for health-care workers. The two organizations today joined a growing number of... Read more »

Capacity limits, mask mandate to be eliminated for most places in Manitoba

Capacity limits will be eliminated for most businesses as Manitoba’s next reopening steps take effect on Saturday — one month earlier than first planned. There will also be no restrictions on indoor and outdoor... Read more »

These Olympic Athletes Prove Success Is Ageless

There’s been plenty of Tokyo 2020 headlines about Hend Zaza, the Syrian table tennis prodigy who, at 12 years old, is one of the youngest Olympians of all time. But there’s some... Read more »

Frozen mango products recalled over concerns about hepatitis A contamination

OTTAWA — Health authorities are investigating an outbreak of hepatitis A infections linked to frozen mangoes. It comes after Nature’s Touch Frozen Food Inc. pulled several batches of frozen mangoes from grocery... Read more »

Florida breaks record for COVID-19 hospitalizations again

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis doubled down Tuesday as the state again broke its record for COVID-19 hospitalizations, insisting that the spike will soon abate and that he will not impose any business... Read more »

Capacity limits, mask mandate will be eliminated for most places in Manitoba on Saturday

Capacity limits will be eliminated for most businesses as Manitoba’s next reopening steps take effect on Saturday — one month earlier than first planned. There will also be no restrictions on indoor and outdoor... Read more »

Capacity limits, mask mandate eliminated for most places in Manitoba on Saturday

Capacity limits will be eliminated for most businesses as Manitoba’s next reopening steps take effect on Aug. 7 — one month earlier than first planned. There will also be no restrictions on indoor and outdoor... Read more »