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Dr. Daisy Fung: even long COVID patients working in health care are not believed. (Photograph by Jason Franson)

Chronic exhaustion, derailed lives and no way out. This is long COVID.

Up to half a million Canadians are suffering from debilitating symptoms of long COVID—and falling through the cracks of a depleted health-care system
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Dengue fever spreads north

The agonizing and sometimes fatal tropical disease is much more prevalent than previously thought
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Augusten Borroughs’ anti-self-help book

The American memoirist says affirmations are absurd and truthfulness is medicinal
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B.C. student may have died of meningitis

Rare disease kills one in 10 who get it
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Chronic disease will cost $47 trillion by 2030

New warning comes from the World Economic Forum
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Should you be using a salt substitute?

Ironically, some no-salt salts might be a bad idea, health-wise
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Nothing to fear but WiFi and fluoride

The tinfoil hat is now thoroughly mainstream garb
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How public health failed

The strategies needed to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS never came close to being effective
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No water in these closets

The city of Durban is offering residents $4 a week for their stored urine, which can be turned into fertilizer