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Daily Health Headlines

April 25, 2019

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TORONTO STAR

Ontario considers cutting OHIP travel coverage, cites high administration costs

Ford government should at least have the guts to own up to their public health cuts (opinion)

THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Don’t allow babies any screen time, recommends UN health agency

Survivor thanks city and hospitals for support on anniversary of Yonge Street van attack

CBC

Scientists turn brain signals into speech

Measles cases in U.S. hit highest mark in 25 years

Here's how rising air pollution is likely affecting your health

A match is found: Nova Scotia transplant advocate gets 2 new lungs

Ambulance dispatchers in 'hectic and unhealthy' office, MPP Fife says

'Very lonely' and in chronic pain, but senior told too healthy for spot in a home

The working-at-home blues: Loneliness, depression a risk for those who are isolated

'Torontonians will die': City calls on province to end public health cuts amid debate over financial impact

CTV

Recall of pea shoots sparked by Listeria fears expands

287,000 young children in Canada don't have the measles vaccine: UNICEF

Anesthesiologist shortage may force some N.S. women to travel 2 hours to give birth

GLOBAL

Why aren’t Canadians cooking anymore?

Location identified for proposed Barrie supervised consumption site

Beyond Meat launching in Canadian stores amid race to build a better veggie burger

NEW YORK TIMES

Woman Wakes After 27 Years Unconscious

Long-Term Use of Antibiotics Tied to Heart Risks

Americans Are Among the Most Stressed People on the Planet, Poll Finds

Soft Bedding and Unsafe Sleep Practices Cause Most Infant Suffocation Deaths

FORBES

Glysophate, The Multiplicity of Truth, And The Fallibility of Science

The Best Way to Avoid Data Leaks and Privacy Scandals: Don't Own Consumer Data

THE CONVERSATION

It’s 2019 – where’s my supersuit?

Eek – a tick! What now? This online tool will help

Antibiotics: beneficial side effects are starting to come to light

STAT

Faced with an outcry over limits on opioids, authors of CDC guidelines acknowledge they’ve been misapplied

TVO

A Perilous Data Deficit? (video)

HELPNET SECURITY

Employers should develop cybersecurity protocols and invest more in employee training programs

WE LIVE SECURITY

Over 23 million breached accounts used ‘123456’ as password

DARK READING

Who Gets Targeted Most in Cyberattack Campaigns


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