Category Archives: Lifestyle

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Zombie campaign launched by Heart and Stroke Life

By Ryan Saundercook A new campaign by Canada’s Heart and Stroke Foundation might creep you out if you’re not a fan of zombies, but it could also literally bring back people from the verge of death. The new YouTube video, “The Undeading”, was released in early October and has since become a bit of a

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HPV vaccine does not cause promiscuity: study says Life

by Julie Fish and Jeanette Liu Girls who receive the Human Papilloma Virus vaccine are no more likely than girls that aren’t vaccinated to be promiscuous, said a recent study released in Pediatrics Journal. The research team from Kaiser Permanent Center for Health Research followed almost 1400 girls over the course of three years to

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Ontario pharmacy services expanded Life

By Bianca Bykhovsky Ontario pharmacists are now able to give flu shots, prescribe some drugs and refill prescriptions – services previously performed only by doctors. The provincial government announced earlier this week that it would implement the regulation from Bill 179 , said Dennis Darby, CEO of the Ontario Pharmacists. Bill 179, which was passed

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Humber chef offers Thanksgiving dinner advice Life

By Heather VanAndel and Neetu Thind Cooking a Thanksgiving dinner can be overwhelming but culinary professor, Shonah Chalmers, provides some recipes that even students can pull off. Starting with a holiday favourite, Chalmers shows Humber News how to make a stuffing that will give grandma’s recipe a run for her money. [youtube id=”07Jh5EMLbvc” width=”620″ height=”360″]

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Donating human hair for cancer patients Life

By Melinda Warren Losing  hair is a scary reality for many women going through cancer treatments,  and since 2007 these women have reason to hope again. Cosmetics company Pantene began the Beautiful Lengths initiative and is working with the Canadian Cancer Society to create free, real-hair wigs for women who have lost their hair from

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Breast cancer awareness bus rolling across Ontario Life

By Neetu Thind A bright-pink tour bus is offering a ride that can save lives. The Pink Tour Bus is giving a new spin to breast cancer awareness by taking the information directly to women, Kathleen Gotts, senior manager of health communication with the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, told Humber News. The bus was most

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