Health

Eye doctors share the craziest things they’ve ever seen at work

"It turns out, a spike had flown off the metal grinder, had punctured his cornea, and was sitting in the middle of his eyeball."

Are any weight loss supplements considered safe?

Are you trying to drop a few pounds?

Manure spread at unsanctioned Ottawa safe injection site

A disgruntled citizen has received a ticket for spreading manure around an illegal supervised injection site in Ottawa.

Mother jailed for 7 days for refusing to vaccinate her son

A suburban Detroit woman was handcuffed Wednesday and sent to a jail for seven days for failing to follow an agreement to have her nine-year-old son vaccinated.

Why parents need to let kids play on their own

A new survey of Canadian, Australian and U.K. parents finds parents don't appreciate the value of letting kids play on their own and it has experts worried.

Edmonton attacks: Woman struck by U-Haul faces long road to recovery

Kimberley O'Hara faces a long road to recovery after she was run down by a U-Haul van during the Edmonton attacks on Saturday night.

Donors continue to line up at blood centers in response to Las Vegas massacre

Four days after the nation’s worst mass shooting in history that killed 58 people in Las Vegas, blood donation lines are not receding as hundreds of people line up to give.

Do you have liver damage?

According to the American Liver Foundation, at least one in ten Americans have some form of liver disease, and many of those living with liver damage remain unaware of the risks to their health until damage reaches a critical point.

An 11-year-old boy went blind after following a diet of meat, potatoes and Cheerios

He was on a restrictive diet to help control his "very severe eczema."

Deadly outbreak of the plague is spreading in Madagascar and it could get worse

The disease has killed 21 people and infected 114 people others in a matter of weeks.