In raging summer, sunscreen misinformation scorches US

Dismissively tossing a tube of sunscreen over his shoulder, a bare-chested TikTok influencer declares that the cream causes cancer. He instead promotes "regular sun exposure" to his 400,000 followers—contradicting US dermatologists ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Mattering must be central in youth suicide prevention, says study

Youth suicide is a growing concern in Canada, the U.S., and around the world, with some research suggesting this might be linked with excessive social media use in vulnerable teens. With Mental Health Awareness Month closing ...


Viewpoint: Doctors with long COVID deserve more support

Freelance journalist Adele Waters speaks to scores of doctors unable to work or play with their children, forced to sell their homes or facing financial destitution by an illness they caught while doing their jobs. She hears ...

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