Health

The West Nile Virus has been positively identified in 65 mosquito catch basins across Ontario, Public Health Ontario reports....

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With the legalization of cannabis quickly approaching, Canadians are being urged to educate themselves more on the effects and consequences of consuming the drug and driving....

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The outdoor classroom Humber Food Learning Garden is now officially open....

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Canada's health care system may need to catch up quickly with new technological advancements in order to keep up with young adults seeking change....

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The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) says reverting to the 1998 sex-ed curriculum in the classroom is a human rights issue. ...

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Toronto city residents looking for a place to cool off might want to avoid the Etobicoke waterfront....

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Marine biologist Wallace J. Nichols explains how being near, or on, bodies of water can help reduce daily stress and other problems affecting well-being. ...

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Even the heaviest coffee drinkers are less likely to die over a 10-year period than people who don’t drink coffee, according to a new United Kingdom research report....

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Toronto’s shelters for homeless women are in need of financial help in order to provide menstrual products to their attendees. ...

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The latest report by the Special Advisory Committee on the Epidemic of Opioids Overdoses shows that opioid-related deaths are increasing in number. ...

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