A new study at the University of Oxford will see patients who have already had COVID-19 re-exposed to the virus that causes it, in order to gauge their immune response and determine how to best protect against reinfection.
As more of the new Ontario restrictions come into effect this morning, experts are registering their dismay over how the new rules fail to address actual issues raised persistently by health-care workers — such as the need for paid sick days.
Six people in Vaughan, Ont. were injected with saline when they were supposed to be getting the COVID-19 vaccine, health officials say.
A recent study suggests that COVID-19 likely doesn’t infect the brain itself, but researchers say common neurological symptoms found in those with the virus may be a result of the brain being deprived of oxygen, and immune cells misfiring.
With income tax deadlines approaching, the federal government is warnings that filing late could mean delays of up to two months for anyone hoping to receive any of the various COVID-19 financial relief benefits.
NASA's experimental Mars helicopter achieved the first powered, controlled flight on another planet.
India's Ministry of Railways shared a video of a railway employee saving a child who had fallen onto the tracks from an oncoming train.
A statue of Fred Sasakamoose will soon be displayed in Saskatoon.
'A year from hell': Shooting survivor faces struggle
There are only a handful of cases known worldwide of fraternal twins being conceived at different times.
Executive Director of Parents Engaged in Education Theresa Pastore explains how this decision could leave some lower-income families behind.