Health

Reused needles at Scarborough health fair

April 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

Toronto Public Health (TPH) officials are advising over 30 people who attended a health fair in Scarborough to see their health care provider due to possible contact with contaminated needles. On March 25, the Vision...

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There is a link between the recent outbreak of salmonella in eastern Canada and frozen raw breaded chicken products. ...

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City council will vote Tuesday on controversial plans to remove two lanes of traffic at Yonge and Sheppard and replace them with bicycle lanes. Although the plan will make the area safer for cyclists, one...

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Trudeau Government Set The Foundation for Pharmacare, Ensuring it Becomes Beneficial Election Campaign....

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Q-Angst Zine, Call for Submissions...

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Steven MacInnis The Swedish furniture store giant IKEA has recalled an Easter-themed candy due to a possible contamination from mice infestation at the manufacturing plant in Sweden, according to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)....

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Rodney Ignacchitti could do little but watch his 70-year-old father Roberto suffer for two years after he was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2011....

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Toronto’s Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) received the first $100 million donation dedicated to mental health in Canada from a generous donor who insists on staying anonymous....

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Leaders from the Ontario Hospital Association (OHA) went to Queen’s Park Thursday to plead their case for more funding to the legislative committee....

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