The Canada Research Chair in Microbiology of Nutrigenomics says research in the swine industry aimed at improving the health of pigs by improving the health of beneficial microbes in the gut offers applications for human health.
Health Canada launched a new mobile app that allows users to access pesticide labels that have been registered for use in Canada.
The chief provincial public health officer’s report on the health status of Manitobans has been accepted by the government and will be tabled during the next legislative session.
The Manitoba government is investing nearly $20 million in several significant information technology projects in 2015 to improve access to digital health-care services for Manitobans.
A food scientist with the University of Manitoba suggests today’s consumers are better informed than ever about the health and nutritional aspects of the foods they eat.
The Manitoba government is launching an updated five-year framework to guide work and further enhance patient safety across the province.
Manitoba continues to expand newborn hearing screening to create a universal program, with teams in development in every regional health authority.
Health Minister Sharon Blady has announced that the province is enhancing transparency by making more key health statistical information available online.
Silver Lining Care, a unique family-focused health organization, is now open in Steinbach, Manitoba, operating in the field of health care.