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It's Tick Season: Protecting Yourself Against Lyme Disease

Canada News - ‎16 hours ago‎
Summer is the time for gardening, hiking, relaxing at the lake and traveling to wooded and coastal vacation sites. It's also the time for ticks, putting people and pets at risk of exposure to infections such as Lyme disease, a condition which often is ...
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'Disordered eating' rates troubling among young lesbians, bisexuals, gays: study

Montreal Gazette - ‎6 hours ago‎
VANCOUVER - Gay, lesbian and bisexual youth are continuing to purge, fast or take diet pills to lose weight while rates for such behaviour among heterosexual youth have decreased, a University of British Columbia study says.
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Health unit says e-cigarette usage in teens is 'concerning'

Sudbury.com - ‎12 hours ago‎
The results from a new study on teen use of e-cigarettes in the Niagara region, and past studies on usage across Ontario, are concerning, says the Sudbury and District Health Unit.
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'Natural' sex enhancement pills seized from St-Jérôme sex shop

CBC.ca - ‎11 hours ago‎
Health Canada has seized two unauthorized sexual enhancement products from Désirs et Plaisirs, a St-Jérôme sex shop. Officials say B-Hard on Demand and Wonderblue, which are promoted as natural male and erection enhancement pills, were found to ...
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Scientists Produce Rare Wood Bison Calves Through IVF

NDTV - ‎14 hours ago‎
Toronto: In a first, Canadian veterinary researchers have successfully produced three wood bison calves using in vitro fertilisation.
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Ontario woman with MS gets note shaming her for using handicap parking space

Toronto Sun - ‎4 hours ago‎
ST. CATHARINES, Ont. - Aneta Prantera has had an accessible parking permit for four years, but only uses it on 'bad days'.

Winnipeg, a city addicted to fogging

CBC.ca - ‎8 hours ago‎
For a couple of hours on Friday, the City of Winnipeg was like a junkie who just found out his stash got stolen and there's no way to get another fix.
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Nova Scotia emergency rooms closed after nurse shortage

CBC.ca - ‎13 hours ago‎
Emergency departments in three Nova Scotia communities are facing unexpected closures Saturday because they don't have enough nurses to cover the shift.

Healthcare boost for North Simcoe Muskoka

The Barrie Examiner - ‎8 hours ago‎
(SUBMITTED) - Ontario is investing approximately $3.75 million in North Simcoe Muskoka this year to enhance support for home care clients with high needs and their caregivers.
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Alcohol Is Even Deadlier Than You Think, Study Suggests

Huffington Post - ‎5 hours ago‎
A new study suggests that alcohol is a direct cause of cancer in several areas of the body. The study, published Thursday in the scientific journal Addiction, consists of a major review of 10 years' worth of studies from several organizations ...
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Royal Inland Hospital receives life saving equipment thanks to Kamloops firefighters

InfoTel News Ltd - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
Kamloops firefights from Engine 1 are pictured with a Lucas 2 - Chest Compression System donated to Royal Inland Hospital by he Kamloops Fire Fighters Charitable Society.
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National Drowning Prevention Week Raising Awareness of Hazards of Water

Saskatoonhomepage.ca - ‎14 hours ago‎
July and August are peak months for drowning across the country. Over half occur on weekends. In Saskatchewan, swimming accounts for 39 per cent of unintentional drownings, followed by power boating and fishing at 15 per cent each.
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Program lands on feet for training

The Chronicle Journal - ‎8 hours ago‎
Sonia Rutter has her feet examined by Confederation College registered practical nurse graduate Brette Cain, who uses a tuning fork to measure sensitivity.
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No proof to back most peanut plane fears inquiry finds

CBC.ca - ‎14 hours ago‎
Despite fears the mere presence of a peanut on a plane could inflame allergies, a Transportation Ministry inquiry has found "limited risk" anything other than actually ingesting a nut will cause an anaphylactic reaction.
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Florida mosquitoes being tested for Zika to confirm case

CTV News - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
MIAMI -- Florida health officials have trapped mosquitoes in an area of Miami-Dade County and are testing them for Zika to determine whether a woman with the virus could be the first person infected directly by a mosquito bite in the continental United ...
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Prince Edward Public Health issues heat warning – County cooling stations open

countylive.ca (blog) - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
Hastings Prince Edward Public Health has issued a heat warning that will continue into the weekend. The County has opened two cooling stations - at the Prince Edward Community Centre (375 Picton Main Street) and the Wellington & District Community ...
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New Method to look at Synapses in the Living Human Brain

Epilepsy Research UK - ‎8 hours ago‎
Researchers at Yale University have developed a new, non-invasive method to examine synapses - the points of communication between neurons.
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Local health care networks 'wired' for improved patient care

Hamilton Journal News - ‎46 minutes ago‎
Robin Saxon, nurse manager at Mercy Health-Fairfield Hospital, shows patient Anthony Ellison how to use the MyChart Bedside app on a tablet Monday, July 18 in Fairfield.

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