Health and Safety
Farm Safety: Don’t listen to it!
December 11, 2009
Flu season advice from the Canadian Lung Association
Catch your breath this flu season: Advice for people with lung disease from the Canadian Lung Association
Flu season hits Canadians every year, bringing with it the unpleasant symptoms of aches, pains, fever, and coughing. But if you’re one of the millions of Canadians who suffer from lung diseases such as asthma or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), catching the flu can make you sick very quickly.
Use of Natural Health Care Continues Growth Pattern
Edmonton, AB. December 2, 2010 – Please find attached a stock story and print-ready PSA. These can be used any time, space permitting.
H1N1 highlights health needs of the poor around the world
In the midst of the second wave of the H1N1 pandemic, Britt Hamilton gained a new appreciation for Canada’s health care system.
It was on a recent weekend at her home in central Ontario when the mother to two young children became concerned for her three-year-old daughter Sarah.
Heart and Stroke Foundation’s new CPR campaign challenges Canadians to put their hands to good use
Heart and Stroke Foundation’s new CPR campaign challenges Canadians to put their hands to good use: just 22 minutes can last a lifetime
November 24, 2009
Ottawa– A new public service campaign from the Heart and Stroke Foundation challenges Canadians to learn CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) during November – CPR month – to see that they have what it takes to save a life.
Bullying: An evolving threat to our children’s health & well-being
By Dr. David Butler-Jones MD, Chief Public Health Officer of Canada
OSTEOPOROSIS: A PERSONAL CONNECTION FOR ONE OF CANADA’S TOP DESIGNERS
Kimberley Seldon is a familiar face on TV and in the pages of leading style and design magazines. Canadians are used to hearing advice from Kimberley when it comes to interior design for their homes. Now she’s encouraging women to better understand their own interior.
Shop online to stay healthy this holiday season
This year, it’s a different kind of holiday season; and many people would rather avoid overstuffed shopping malls packed with more they bargained for in the germ department. If you’re unlucky enough to bring home a flu bug after a lengthy shopping excursion, you’ll be feeling more than a little “bah humbug.”
Christmas Seals: Help stamp out lung disease this holiday season
November 16, 2009
Mary Walsh to Younger Canadians: COPD is on the Rise – Get Tested!
The earlier COPD is diagnosed, the easier it is to treat.