It’s nearly December and that means it’s the perfect time to pause for moment, look back at the year gone by and consider what could be coming down the pipe in 2017. Here at Public Health we help
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This autumn has been so unusually warm that the abrupt arrival of cold weather finds me a little unprepared for the coming winter and snow. If you’re in the same situation, you’ve got some quick catching up to
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I’m home from the hospital now and doing OK – well sort of. Life is really different with a limp and a walker, but thanks for asking! Oh, sorry. I don’t think we’ve met before. Agatha here. I
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Jackie and Lola* have been together for 24 years. They were married at Toronto City Hall as soon as the law allowed gay people to formally wed. Decades before, Jackie stood up to prejudice by working to have the first
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Calling all teachers, workplaces and youth leaders! Think back to when you were a kid…what were your favourite learning moments? Was it when you mastered the skills to shoot a basketball into a hoop? Or helped your parents cook
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If you’ve never heard of radon before, you’re not alone. Yet it’s the second leading cause of lung cancer, and homes with elevated levels of radon gas are more prevalent in our region compared with many other
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When grabbing a coffee or tea from your favourite coffee shop you don’t have to worry about food safety or other health threats. Behind the scenes the food preparation area has been inspected and you can eat your muffin
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Wouldn’t it be great to know your child is buying a nutritious meal at school when you didn’t have time to pack a lunch? Or that the vegetables in the meal at your mother’s long-term care home
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