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How hot is it outside?
July 13, 2018
This is how hot it is inside your car Outside 24° C Inside vehicle 10 min: 34° C 30 min: 43° C Outside 27° C
Now it's autumn... Check your bottom!
October 18, 2017
Colon/rectal cancer is the second-leading cause of death in men and the third leading cause of death in women who have cancer.
You can’t predict a crash... keep your feet off the dash
July 20, 2017
Catastrophic facial injuries by your own legs can occur on airbag deployment other injuries include: fractured pelvis, spine and long bones
An unnecessary call can affect us all
March 29, 2017
Over 2 million requests for ambulance services are made every year in Ontario Hundreds of unnecessary calls to 911 for an ambulance occur daily in Ontario
Don't lose your grip
January 23, 2017
Stay on track with winter tires! Winter tires deliver better traction below 7 degrees Celsius 30 per cent of all motor vehicle collisions occur in the winter
Put restrictions on your prescriptions
July 6, 2016
Prescription opioid deaths have doubled in the past 10 years Canada is the second-largest per capita consumer of prescription opioids
Don't regret your unanchored net
April 26, 2016
Unanchored nets can cause injury or death Between the ages of 5-14, 42 per cent of Canadian children play soccer
Public access defibrillators only work if you can find them
January 27, 2016
There are 40,000 cardiac arrests in Canada per year A recent study shows 25 per cent of public access defibrillators are not available 24 hours per day.