The president makes a visit to Flint on Wednesday, a city that has become synonymous with failed government and America's crumbling infrastructure.
Wei Zexi sought treatment for a rare cancer at a hospital which came top of his search results in a paid-for listing. The search engine Baidu has now been accused of providing misleading information.
The 'Chemical Valley' around Sarnia, Ontario is home to about 40 percent of Canada's petrochemical industry and in 2011 the World Health Organization crowned Sarnia's air as the worst in Canada.
The drug Percocet was reportedly found in Prince’s possession when his body was discovered, but doctors said it’s still possible that the flu caused his death.
David and Collet Stephan could face up to five years in prison for not providing their son Ezekiel with the necessities of life, after he died of meningitis in 2012.
The suit alleges that the federal agency was negligent in protecting the public from lead-contaminated water, citing agency experts who warned of a problem as early as February 2015.
Thirty years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, engineers are putting the finishing touches on a $1.3 billion enclosure that will be one of the largest moveable structures ever built.
Angola is in the grips of a health crisis, with malaria deaths surging and a yellow fever epidemic also spreading — and being carried by travelers to countries as far away as China.
A new report from Alberta's child and youth advocate was released in the midst of a national outcry over an astounding rash of suicides and suicide attempts by young people across the country living on First Nations reserves.
By Sally Hayden
Junior doctors are engaged in a bitter dispute with the government over new proposed hours and a reduction in weekend pay. More than 13,000 appointments and operations have been cancelled.
By VICE News
Thirty years after the worst nuclear accident in history, Chernobyl has become a tourist attraction. But just how safe is it?
Along with the new case transmitted locally through sex, Canada has confirmed 55 Zika infections, all related to travel to other countries.
Roughly 5.5 billion people — three quarters of the world's population — have insufficient or no access to morphine, codeine, and other controlled substances used for pain relief.
The suicide rate has increased by 24 percent between 1999 and 2014 for all Americans under the age of 75, according to a sweeping report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A Human Rights Watch report shows how access to clean water remains a severe problem for millions of Bangladeshis two decades after gaining international attention.
Police in Edmonton announced Wednesday they seized four kilograms of W-18, a synthetic opioid, in powder form during a raid carried out in December during a fentanyl investigation. It's 10,000 times more potent than morphine.
The pot supplied by the US government to medical researchers is far less potent than what most Americans can buy from their local dealer or dispensary.
The action, says the governor, is to help restore public trust in the city's drinking water supply, which — if properly filtered — is once again safe to drink, according to state officials.
Scientists are learning more than ever before about the microscopic bacteria, fungi, and viruses we carry with us everywhere.
Three Ontario families are taking a US sperm bank and its Ontario distributor to court for allegedly giving them false information about their sperm donor.