Should clean air be a human right?

Efficient filtration solutions exist to clean air and protect people but few are aware of the benefits of clean air for productivity or controlling costs. Protecting people from tthe health impact of air pollution costs money, but it is also a long-term investment that can reduce the cost of higher sick leave rates at workplaces […]

No Flu Shot better get your Soup shot.

Homemade Chicken Soup Ingredients: 1 (3 pound) Whole Chicken 4 carrots, halved 4 Stalks celery, halved 1 large onion,halved water to cover salt and pepper to taste 1 teaspoon chicken bouillon granules (optional) Directions Put the chicken, carrots, celery and onion in a large soup pot and cover with cold water. Heat and simmer, uncovered, […]

New breakthrough could help stop onset of diabetes

Researchers have discovered a new biological mechanism that may help reduce the onset of diabetes, a disease that is prevalent among more than nine million Canadians, and is prevalent among people of Caribbean origin. According to the Canadian Diabetes Association, approximately 10 per cent of people with diabetes have type 1 and the number with […]

Breast cancer in the workplace

By Jasminee Sahoye A West Indian woman, who worked for over a decade at a manufacturing plant in Toronto ensuring that the production line is always running in an effort to achieve the company’s target, now wonders whether her dedication to the job has had an effect on her being diagnosed with breast cancer. “You […]

Ever wonder how your attitude towards cleaning measures up? Now you can find out.

Ever wonder how your attitude towards cleaning measures up? Now you can find out.

Food for thought., in partnership with Clorox, conducted a nation-wide online survey polling moms and their attitudes towards wellness, disinfecting, and cleaning. Here are the highlights of what we learned. Take a look — other moms might be more like you than you think! Most respondents reported being more concerned about germs since having […]

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