Ontario Health Coalition has received support from students of university of Toronto for health care services on Saturday. Fliers and promotion material were handed out for Support our Services rallies that are going to take place on Monday to protest against cuts in health care and privatization policies.
A search warrant was executed by the Hamilton Police Service on Thursday to search the home of the father of Adam Wookey at the Yorkville. Wookey, 28, has a criminal record and have been caught several times for his involvement in drug trafficking. His father owns the company of Izms, which is an alternative for marijuana.
According to findings of Canadian Institute for Health Information, car crashes are more likely to happen in the afternoon and evening than morning. During the period of study, 16,200 people were admitted to hospitals because of injuries occurred from collisions. Out of 16,200, half of the people were drivers and 19% were passengers.
As per the newly released statistics by Health Canada, which it shared with anti-smoking groups of Alberta, two out of three teen smokers of the province consume flavoured tobacco at least once in a month. These statistics were taken from the youth smoking survey conducted in the year 2010-11 by Health Canada, in which 4,500 students of 35 schools participated, who were in grades 6 to 12.
Researchers have come up with a finding which brings that the ones who exhibit altruistic behavior and takes up volunteering have better cardiovascular systems.
To flesh out, the published study throws light on the fact that the volunteering has positive impact on the health of heart. For the ones who start volunteering at young age can easily repel heart diseases.
There have been several books highlighting the importance of women in life and their role towards the betterment of a family and a society on a whole, but recently, a group of 10 women from Foam Lake, Sask., have published a book "For the Men in Our Lives", which has raised about $1.4 million revenue.
Former player of Canadian national men's basketball team, Will Njoku was present in a registration event for potential stem cell donors at the Nova Scotia Community College waterfront campus in Dartmouth on Thursday. He was creating awareness for stem cell donation with OneMatch Stem Cell and Marrow Network.
As per the reports, the Annual Coldest Night of the Year walk is going to be held on Saturday February 23. It is reported that the walk will help in raising funds in support of the Kelowna Gospel Mission 30K Club. The Club helps the homeless and needy people with not enough resources to survive cold.
A recent news talked about how a medical marijuana grow operation is affecting Port Coquitlam residents. It has been observed from many months that the residents have tried to get the production of the licensed medical marijuana stop but all the efforts could not do the needful.
A report has uncovered that Vancouver has seen a coalition of some of the greatest minds of the world. The physicists have decided together to form a new particle collider worth some US$7.78-billion.
The report found that the aim behind the building of the collider is to find an answer to some of the deepest secrets of the universe.
A recent research has unveiled a potential drug which will be able to inhibit the growth of resistant strains. It has been claimed by researchers from Canada, the UK and Australia that the compound has a tendency to latch to an enzyme on the surface of the flu virus called neuraminidase.
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