Trump approves final plan to import drugs from across the border
The final plan clears the way for six states to implement a program bringing medications from Canada
Former Lebanese FM, president's son-in-law, has coronavirus
A former Lebanese foreign minister and son-in-law of President Michel Aoun has tested positive for the new coronavirus
More than 10 million download NHS Covid app since launch
QR codes allow contact tracers to reach multiple people if an outbreak is identified in a venue.
As face masks become the norm, many wearers quietly suffer "mask anxiety"
Most people with mask anxiety wear them anyway — they just feel like they can't breathe or get panicky
Taxpayers Hit With $300 Million Tab For Ads Spreading Positive Spin On COVID: Report
The ad campaign reportedly touts the "new normal" even as American COVID death toll soars past 200,000.
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I thought I was too young to worry about the lump in my breast - it was cancer
Bethan Amber is telling her story with the hope that it will encourage people to go to the doctors if they notice any changes with their bodies
Pelosi believes coronavirus relief deal still possible as Democrats prepare new package
Stimulus negotiations between House Democrats and the Trump administration fell apart in early August, though Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he and Pelosi have agreed to restart talks.
Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Sunday
The Canada emergency response benefit (CERB) expires on Sunday, ending the income support program the federal government rolled out during the COVID-19 pandemic to help people with payouts of up to $2,000 a month.
Democracies need to collect data to work properly. The US isn't doing a good job
The government can’t level the playing field if it doesn’t know who’s playing
Alberta exercise program for cancer survivors expands across Canada
A 12-week exercise program for Albertans with or recovering from cancer is expanding beyond the province’s borders.
Janine had a lump on her tongue for months before she found out it was cancer
There is an alarming rise in tongue cancers in young Australian women who don’t have any of the known risk factors.
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