Category Archives: Lifestyle

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Bowel symptoms misdiagnosed, survey shows Life

By Stacey Thompson A recent survey by the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Canada shows Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD) is not diagnosed quickly enough. The Impact of IBD Survey found 71 per cent of people surveyed said they had waited for more than six months for a diagnosis after experiencing symptoms, 45 per cent waited

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Governor General opens Sunnybrook research centre Life

By Sarah MacDonald and Jessy Bains Governor General David Johnston appeared at Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto for the opening of Centre for Research in Image-Guided Therapeutics. The facility will help with innovative work in an effort to diagnose and treat diseases in a cost effective manner. The two floor research facility will also open the

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Royal Agricultural Winter Fair kicks off Friday Life

By Briar Hopley and Jessy Bains Cattle, llama’s and goats – oh my! The Exhibition Place is packed with animals from across Canada for The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair. The fair is celebrating its 90th anniversary and Humber News reporter Jessy Bains and videographer Briar Hopley were there Thursday to find out what visitors can

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Humber Lakeshore campus gets Halloween spirit Life, News

By Bianca Bykhovsky If you want to feel like the main character in a horror film, the  recreation centre’s  Power House of Terror at Lakeshore Campus provides the perfect stage. Humber’s Power House Recreation Centre,  built by patients of the Lakeshore Psychiatric Centre in the 1930s, has been transformed into a haunted house for its

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Nike activity band gets mixed reaction Life

The Nike FuelBand is coming to Canada but reviews at Humber are mixed. The announcement was made Thursday that the Nike Fuel Band, already on sale in United States, would be released in Canada next week. The solid black band is expected to cost $149. It also tracks daily activity through an accelerometer – essentially

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Ontario doctors push for junk food warning labels Life, Uncategorized

By Bianca Bykhovsky With Halloween just around the corner, Ontario doctors have introduced aggressive new measures with the hope of preventing obesity, particularly among children. The Ontario Medical Association announced Tuesday a series of recommendations to the province, including tax increases on junk food, graphic warning labels, and restricted availability of low-nutritional- value foods. The

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