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People aged 18 to 34 are frequent users of the health care system and want to use technology in managing their health, a survey commissioned by the Canadian Medical Association suggests.
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine expressed full support Monday for President Donald Trump's proposed military 'Space Force' but added that it will have a role separate from NASA.
The hacking demonstration came as concerns swirl about election system vulnerabilities before mid-term state and federal elections.
Styrofoam recycling is picking up steam across the country, thanks in part to a Calgary-based company, but that doesn't mean it's coming to a blue bin near you.
A new study published in the journal PLOS ONE concludes that the unique bioluminescent creatures first documented by Christopher Columbus get their glow on in a way that's entirely unlike the better understood firefly.
Efforts to help an endangered orca off the B.C. coast hit new uncharted waters Sunday, as U.S. biologists tried to feed the killer whale known as J-50 live chinook salmon off a boat.
Bayer shares plunged as much as 14 per cent on Monday, losing about $14 billion in value, after newly acquired Monsanto was ordered to pay $289 million in damages in the first of possibly thousands of U.S. lawsuits over alleged links between a weedkiller and cancer.
Our understanding of climate change across the Arctic — and its implications for the rest of the world — may have troubling blind spots.
Google wants to know where you go so badly that it records your movements even when you explicitly tell it not to.
A female killer whale known as J-35 has stopped carrying the body of her newborn calf after 17 days, ending what scientists called "a tour of grief."
A NASA spacecraft rocketed toward the sun Sunday on an unprecedented quest to get closer to our star than anything ever sent before.
The same networked record system that powers cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin is now being used to document the origins of what we eat, and even, potentially, help trace the origins of contamination outbreaks.
A California jury on Friday found Monsanto liable in a lawsuit filed by a man who alleged the company's glyphosate-based weed-killers, including Roundup, caused him cancer and ordered the company to pay $289 million US in damages.
Pull up your lawn chairs this weekend: Alberta skies will be streaked with bright shooting stars — against an unusually dark sky.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said Cornell University researchers confirmed the species are in Lake Erie. The findings are part of the EPA's biology monitoring program in the Great Lakes.
A food court in Toronto has cut the amount of garbage it produced from 120 bags a day to just three. Here’s how they did it, and what other fast food vendors, food courts and their customers can do to cut back on fast food waste.
Wormy fish may not sound appetizing, but parasitic worms in fish are far more common than you might think.
Archeologists in Mexico have discovered sets of human remains from the early ancestors of the Mayan civilization that could be as much as 7,000 years old.