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Smoking and Strokes

Sep 22, 2011 ...Smoking and Strokes Smoking is a major cause of stroke, a brain injury caused by a burst or blocked blood vessel.Footnote 1 Read more about strokes… Facts The risk of stroke is about 2 to 4 times greater among smokers than among those who never smoked.Footnote 2,Footnote 3 This risk increases with the amount smoked per day.Footnote 2 There were 13,981

Tobacco cessation. Let’s Quit Smoking Canada!

Apr 4, 2018 ...Tobacco cessation. Let’s Quit Smoking Canada! With described video Transcript Video Gallery Transcript - Tobacco cessation. Let's Quit Smoking Canada! Being smoke-free reduces your risk for chronic disease and contributes to overall wellbeing. The risk of stroke is 2 to 4 times greater among smokers than those who never smoked. Smokers are up to 4 times

An Act to amend the Tobacco Act and the Non-smokers’ Health Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts

Feb 12, 2020 ... note:Order in council (8) Subsection 75(3) comes into force on a day to be fixed by order of the Governor in Council. PART 2R.S., c. 15 (4th Supp.)Non-smokers’ Health Act 81 The long title of the Non-smokers’ Health Act is replaced by the following: An Act to regulate smoking in the federal workplace and on certain modes of transportation 82 (1) The definition usage

Benefits of quitting smoking

May 17, 2016 ...Benefits of quitting smoking Quitting smoking may improve the length and quality of your life. When you give up cigarettes, your body starts to renew itself as early as the first day of quitting. You may live longer and reduce your chance of developing heart disease, cancer, breathing problems, and infections. And there are other rewards too. Health

DAOD 5020-1, Smoking in the Workplace

Jun 26, 2017 ...DAOD 5020-1, Smoking in the Workplace Table of Contents Introduction Standard Practice Responsbilities References 1. Introduction Date of Issue: 1997-11-28 Date of Modification: 2004-05-14 Application: This is an order that applies to officers and non-commissioned members of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF members). Note - Employees of the Department

Optimizing preconception health: Fact sheet

Jan 8, 2020 ... screening. Review all medications for their potential teratogenicity and counsel women about the potential impact on a pregnancy, regardless of their plans to conceive. Discuss the effects of alcohol in pregnancy and encourage abstinence leading up to and during pregnancy. Promote smoking cessation. Prepregnancy is the ideal time to stop smoking in order to prevent


Jan 29, 2020 ... and alcohol use. How to quit smoking. Pregnancy and fertility. Infant care. Indigenous health Home and community care, and how to access health benefits. Nutrition and food safety. Mental health and addiction Health system and services How to apply for a health card. How our healthcare system works and is funded. Careers and training in health care. Science, research

Summary of results for the Canadian Student Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey 2018-19

Dec 23, 2019 ...Summary of results for the Canadian Student Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey 2018-19 Background The 2018-19 Canadian Student Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey (CSTADS), previously called the Youth Smoking Survey (YSS), is the tenth cycle of data collection on student tobacco, alcohol, and drug use. A total sample of 62,850 students in grades 7 to 12

Wood smoke

Dec 27, 2019 ...Wood smoke On this page: Wood smoke and indoor air Health risks Safety tips More information Wood smoke and indoor air Some people use wood as their main source of heat, while others have wood stoves as a back-up. But wood smoke contains a number of pollutants that can be harmful to your health. If you use a wood stove or fireplace in your home

Canada's Tobacco Strategy

Jan 10, 2020 ...Canada's Tobacco Strategy Each year, 45,000 Canadians die from a tobacco-related disease. Canada’s Tobacco Strategy will help us reach the goal of less than 5% tobacco use by 2035. About Canada’s Tobacco Strategy We have committed $330 million over the next 5 years to: help Canadians who smoke to quit or reduce the harms of their addiction to nicotine

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