Here's the reason experts say your seasonal allergies may be getting worse each year

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May 26, 2023


There's a reason for rise in allergies, AI helps scientists discover an antibiotic, and three provinces are investigating the maker of ChatGPT.

Here's what you need to know to start your day.

Seasonal suffering

Experts says much of the recent rise in allergies and asthma 'can be directly linked to climate change.

'Natural health products'

As senators deliberate new regulations, here's what you need to know about the products, potential risks, and the proposed new rules.

AI assist

Scientists using artificial intelligence discover an antibiotic to fight a deadly, drug-resistant pathogen.

OpenAI investigation

The governments of Alberta, British Columbia and Quebec are joining the federal privacy commissioner in investigating the company behind the artificial intelligence-powered chatbot, ChatGPT..

Covered enough?

As Canadians contend with the risk of flooding this spring, experts say many homeowners remain without adequate insurance to cover extreme weather's damage to their homes.


Curious shark swims right under stunned kayakers 


Blue Jays: 813 per cent hike a 'miscommunication,' fan's season tickets will cost 140 per cent more

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