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Cannabis Act

Aug 2, 2018 ... by the following: (a) a device that is intended to be used to simulate the act of smoking a tobacco product or cannabis and that emits an aerosol that is intended to be inhaled, including an electronic cigarette, an electronic cigar and an electronic pipe; and (3) If section 162 of this Act comes into force before section 82 of the other Act, then (a) that section 82

Hydrazine - information sheet

Jan 11, 2019 ... pesticides. Hydrazine is present in tobacco and tobacco smoke. Exposure of Canadians and the environment The assessment indicated that exposure of Canadians to hydrazine was expected to be low since it was primarily used in industrial settings. Exposure could occur from the inhalation of tobacco smoke. Hydrazine may be released to the environment, mainly to water

Canadian Tobacco Alcohol and Drugs (CTADS) Survey: 2017 summary

Jan 4, 2019 ... are provided along with prevalence, these numbers are estimates. Tobacco Products and E-cigarette Use Current Cigarette Smoking The prevalence of current cigarette smoking in 2017 was 15% (4.6 million smokers), an increase from 13% (3.9 million smokers) in 2015. A higher percentage of males (17% or 2.5 million) than females (13% or 2.1 million) were current smokers

A-Z Index – Public Health Agency of Canada

Feb 14, 2019 ...) Human Papillomavirus (HPV) SEARCH Sexually Transmitted Diseases* SEARCH STDs*, Chlamydia*, Gonorrhea*, Herpes*, Syphilis* Simian Foamy Virus (SFV) Smallpox Interim: Emergency response to an outbreak of smallpox Information: Smallpox Smoking/Tobacco Go smokefree! - Health Canada Tobacco Control Programme Canadian Tobacco Use Monitoring Survey (CTUMS) Tools

Tobacco: Behind the Smoke

Feb 5, 2009 ...Tobacco: Behind the Smoke Have you ever wondered about how the chemicals in tobacco smoke are formed, and how these chemicals impact human health? By watching this animation series, you will learn about: How tobacco plants, like all plants, are composed of chemicals; What happens when tobacco burns, including how toxic chemicals are formed

Health-related video gallery

Jun 24, 2019 .... This ad puts things in perspective. Healthy living 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 more likely to have a sudden cardiac death than are non-smokers

Chemical safety in your car and garage

Dec 21, 2018 ... reduce how much of some outside air pollutants get inside your car while driving. Keep a smoke-free vehicle Never smoke tobacco or cannabis inside your car. Many provinces have laws banning smoking in vehicles with children. Know the laws in your region and stay smoke-free. In your garage Attached garages are extensions of our homes. They're where we often store

Alcohol consumption and low-risk drinking guidelines among adults: a cross-sectional analysis from Alberta's Tomorrow Project

Jun 11, 2019 ... of multiple risk factors, we also considered the prevalence of tobacco smoking, body size (overweight or obesity, defined as body mass index [BMI] > 25 kg/m²) and presence of comorbidity (defined as self-report of a chronic disease including high blood pressure, angina, high cholesterol, heart attack, stroke, diabetes, polyps in the colon, ulcerative colitis

Reducing Youth Access and Appeal of Vaping Products: Potential Regulatory Measures

Apr 12, 2019 ... of nicotine, are capable of delivering nicotine on par with smoking tobacco. Since May 2018, some vaping product brands have been marketed on television, on social media, and in retail locations at point of sale and an increasing number of youth report using vaping products. Given these recent developments, it is incumbent upon Health Canada to examine all regulatory

Overview of Canada’s Tobacco Strategy

May 31, 2018 ...Overview of Canada’s Tobacco Strategy (PDF - version) Reaching less than 5% use by 2035 Tobacco use continues to be the leading preventable cause of premature death in Canada. While tobacco use has decreased, a significant number of Canadians still use tobacco and cigarette smoking kills 45,000 Canadians each year. The total costs of tobacco use are more

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