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Dairy-free cheese, crickets and healthy food

Eco-friendly foods are increasingly filling the shelves of our grocery stores. In Quebec, processors for this type of product such as cricket protein bars are growing. A trend that is…

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Sexual harassment allegation looms over Northern Ontario School of Medicine

In an interview with Med News Ledger, Dr. Ana Safavi claims that she was suspended from the residency program after reporting to management that she was the victim of sexual…

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Concerns About Memory May Be a Sign of the Onset of Alzheimer’s Disease

According to four new studies, older adults who notice new problems such as balancing the checkbook or reading the newspaper may be at risk for dementia in subsequent years. The…

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E. Coli

E. Coli Outbreak Seems To Be Over: CFIA

The Public Health Agency of Canada says that the outbreak of E. coli bacteria linked to romaine lettuce “seems over”. In a new opinion published Wednesday, the agency argues that…

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opioids

Babies exposed to opioids should stay with their mothers

Babies with neonatal abstinence syndrome and their mothers should be placed in the same hospital room, where possible, and not assigned to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), according to…

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Canine flu arrives in Canada

Health authorities have confirmed that two dogs rescued from a dog farm in South Korea to be brought to Canada in December in a highly publicized operation are suffering from…

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More than 60% of people who try cigarettes become daily smokers, says a study

At least three out of five people who experiment with a cigarette end up being daily smokers at some point, says a new study. Researchers in Britain analyzed the responses…

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The sun has effects on fat cells: Canadian Study Finds

A professor of pharmacology at the University of Alberta found that fat cells shrink when exposed to sunlight. Peter Light explains that the sun’s blue light penetrates the skin and…

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More Children May Have Risks of High Blood Pressure

A new study finds that the risk of high blood pressure in American teens has increased by 27 percent in the past 13 years, as the waist gets thicker and…

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An anonymous donation of 100 million for CAMH

An anonymous donor donated $100 million to Toronto’s Center for Addiction and Mental Health. The amount will be used to fund more research on mental illnesses, affecting some 6.7 million…

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