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Tuberculosis linked to smoking

https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/reports-publications/canada-communicable-disease-report-ccdr/monthly-issue/2018-44/issue-3-4-march-1-2018/article-4-tuberculosis-linked-smoking.html

Mar 28, 2019 ...Tuberculosis linked to smoking Download this article as a PDF Published by: The Public Health Agency of Canada Issue: Volume 44-3/4: Can we eliminate tuberculosis? Date published: March 1, 2018 ISSN: 1481-8531 Subscribe to CCDR Submit a manuscript Submit your manuscript Information for authors About CCDR About CCDR Editorial board Contact us Browse Past

Consultation Summary: Notice of Intent – Potential Measures to Reduce the Impact of Vaping Products Advertising on Youth and Non-users of Tobacco Products

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/programs/consultation-measures-reduce-impact-vaping-products-advertising-youth-non-users-tobacco-products/notice-document/summary.html

Oct 31, 2019 ... public called for stricter regulations similar to those for tobacco products. Comments from persons who formerly smoked described how vaping products helped them quit smoking and improved their health. They commented that Health Canada's proposed approach reinforces the misconception that vaping products are as harmful as tobacco products. In a joint submission

Protecting people at greater risk

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/environmental-workplace-health/environmental-contaminants/vulnerable-populations.html

Nov 4, 2019 ... cleaners. Wash your children's hands often, especially after playing on the floor and before eating. Avoid microwaving and pouring hot liquids into plastic bottles which are not intended for such use. Do a visual inspection of living areas regularly to prevent hazards. Don't forget to look underneath furniture where dust and dirt may gather. Never smoke indoors

The Sensible Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy

https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/health-promotion/healthy-pregnancy/healthy-pregnancy-guide.html

Oct 22, 2019 ..., during and after your pregnancy. In this guide, you will find important facts and questions related to a healthy pregnancy. They include: Prenatal nutrition Folic acid Alcohol and pregnancy Physical activity and pregnancy Smoking and pregnancy Oral health Emotional Health 10 months of pregnancy Resources Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP) Breastfeeding

Original quantitative research – Age at first alcohol use predicts current alcohol use, binge drinking and mixing of alcohol with energy drinks among Ontario Grade 12 students in the COMPASS study

https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/reports-publications/health-promotion-chronic-disease-prevention-canada-research-policy-practice/vol-39-no-11-2019/original-quantitative-research-age-alcohol-use.html

Nov 13, 2019 ... associated with lower academic performance and other risk behaviours including smoking and the use of illicit drugs.Footnote 6 Data from the Canadian Community Health Survey showed that, of youth aged between 12 and 17 years, 4.2% (n = 94 300) reported engaging in heavy drinking in 2017, and 3.4% (n = 77 100) reported engaging in heavy drinking in 2018.Footnote 7

Multi-sectoral Partnerships to Promote Healthy Living and Prevent Chronic Disease

https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/funding-opportunities/multi-sectoral-partnerships-promote-healthy-living-prevent-chronic-disease.html

Nov 13, 2019 ... inactivity and/or sedentary behaviour, unhealthy eating, smoking and harmful use of alcohol) can be mitigated and chronic disease prevented, or its onset delayed. In 2010, the federal government along with Provincial and Territorial Ministers of Health and of Health Promotion/Healthy Living (except Quebec) endorsed the Declaration on Prevention and Promotion

What you need to know about cannabis

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/health/campaigns/cannabis/canadians.html

Oct 17, 2019 ... cannabis, learn how to use it responsibly and to reduce risks for yourself and others: Start with small amounts - 2.5 mg of THC or less for products that you eat or drink or 100 mg/g of THC or less for products that you inhale. Avoid smoking cannabis. The smoke from cannabis contains the same harmful chemicals found in tobacco smoke. Avoid frequent use. Daily

D. O. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/sst-2017-sstadis-585.html

Nov 6, 2019 ... a reasonable chance of success on appeal. [6] The Applicant presents three grounds of appeal. First, she contends that the General Division decision was based on an erroneous finding of fact made in a perverse or capricious manner when it concluded that the Applicant had not reasonably cooperated in her health care, as it related to quitting smoking. She referred

Don’t Drive High

https://www.canada.ca/en/campaign/don-t-drive-high.html

Nov 4, 2019 ... smoking marijuana. The video is captioned with smoke, tree and eye rolling emojis.) (The phone records one of the men getting into the driver’s seat, visibly impaired.) (Sound of car starting) (The phone films two passengers in the back seat, laughing and dancing.) (TEXT ON SCREEN: Almost there! Chloe’s party) (The woman in the passenger seat takes selfies using

Page 3 - Fifth Report on Human Biomonitoring of Environmental Chemicals in Canada

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/environmental-workplace-health/reports-publications/environmental-contaminants/fifth-report-human-biomonitoring/page-3.html

Nov 13, 2019 ...These data tables present national data on concentrations of environmental chemicals in Canadians. These data were collected as part of the Canadian Health Measures Survey (CHMS).

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