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Cyberattack on B.C. health websites may have taken workers' personal information

Cyberattack on B.C. health websites may have taken workers' personal information

VANCOUVER — A cyberattack in British Columbia may have compromised the personal information of thousands of health-care workers, including those the province is trying to recruit to fill much-needed jobs.

Blackfeet tribe of Montana declares emergency over Medicaid scam that lured members to Arizona

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Indiana abortion clinics stop providing abortions ahead of near-total abortion ban taking effect

Indiana abortion clinics stop providing abortions ahead of near-total abortion ban taking effect

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana’s six abortion clinics have stopped providing abortions ahead of the state’s near-total abortion ban officially taking effect and as a petition is pending before the state’s high court asking it to keep the ban on hold whi
Henrietta Lacks’ family settles lawsuit with a biotech company that used her cells without consent

Henrietta Lacks’ family settles lawsuit with a biotech company that used her cells without consent

BALTIMORE (AP) — More than 70 years after doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital took Henrietta Lacks’ cervical cells without her knowledge, a lawyer for her descendants said they have reached a settlement with a biotechnology company that they accused of

Clients of Richmond Hill, Ont., clinic advised to get tested for hepatitis, HIV

York Region is advising people who received certain services at a Richmond Hill, Ont., clinic to get tested for hepatitis and HIV.
External review found military's COVID-19 vaccine policy violated Charter of Rights

External review found military's COVID-19 vaccine policy violated Charter of Rights

OTTAWA — A tribunal that is part of the military grievance process has found that the Canadian Armed Forces COVID-19 vaccine policy violated its members' Charter rights.
Calgary clinic halts plan to charge fees for faster access to family physician

Calgary clinic halts plan to charge fees for faster access to family physician

The Alberta government says a Calgary clinic has halted its plan to charge patients fees for faster access to its family doctor. “The (Marda Loop Medical) clinic indicated they will not be proceeding with charging fees on Aug.
Global AIDS program targeted in abortion battle gets new home in State Department bureau

Global AIDS program targeted in abortion battle gets new home in State Department bureau

WASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department launched a new bureau Tuesday aimed at making the battle against global outbreaks a lasting priority of U.S.
Amazon adds video telemedicine visits nationwide to its virtual clinic

Amazon adds video telemedicine visits nationwide to its virtual clinic

Amazon is adding video telemedicine visits in all 50 states to a virtual clinic it launched last fall, as the e-commerce giant pushes deeper into care delivery.
3 US Marines died of carbon monoxide poisoning in a car. Vehicle experts explain how that can happen

3 US Marines died of carbon monoxide poisoning in a car. Vehicle experts explain how that can happen

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The seemingly accidental deaths of three U.S. Marines who suffered carbon monoxide poisoning in a parked car at a North Carolina gas station have raised questions about how the situation could have occurred outdoors.