The virus — which poses no risk to human health or food safety — is present in three provinces, with 16 cases in Ontario.
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The lengthy wait some people experience is well beyond what is recommended by the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians.
Naturopathy and acupuncture services are now exempt from HST and GST under the new federal budget.
- Coroner’s jury investigating the deaths of three mentally Toronto residents shot and killed by police recommends a major shift in police training
- Scientists at King’s College London have found the first gene with appears to be directly linked to intelligence
- Study finds babies conceived on Valentine’s Day are the least likely to suffer from multiple sclerosis
- Majority of U.S. federal health experts agree new research is not strong enough to conclude that the pain reliever Naproxen is safer on the heart than rival drugs
- Study finds 56 per cent of people surveyed admit to having a crush on a co-worker at some point in their career
- Police are focusing on educating parents about online activities that are popular with children
- Research has shown that distracted driving is dangerous, but what about distracted parenting?
- Uncle Ben’s has recalled 5- and 25-pound bags of its flavoured rice that was sold to large kitchens like restaurants and schools in the U.S.
- Study finds technology is letting more and more people set their own TV viewing schedules
- Research shows 75 per cent of American children and young adults consume at least some caffeine
- U.S. health researchers and regulators are beginning to discuss a tobacco-free America
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a recall for certain Pie Guy brand pies after it was found they contained undeclared milk, wheat and gluten.
- When you speak to Siri, the iPhone personal assistant, she’s not the only one listening to you
- Study finds white women who smoke may experience menopause earlier
- One of the most popular things to do this winter appears to be have a couples message
Food and nutrition expert Rose Reisman says sugar is now considered the enemy, not fat.