Another round of very hot, hazy and humid weather is on its way to the Middlesex-London region.
Water samples taken by the Ministry of the Environment from Pottersburg Creek in the Oxford Street and Industrial Road area have been found to contain a toxin found in blue-green algae that can pose a risk to wildlife and human health.
A dead crow found in an Old South neighbourhood has tested positive for West Nile Virus.
The Heat Alert issued by the Medical Officer of Health on Wednesday, June 27th has been terminated.
Environment Canada’s Humidex Advisory and a forecast calling for a high of 34º Celsius have prompted the Middlesex-London Health Unit to issue the third Extreme Heat Alert of the year.
While the choice to get a tattoo is a personal one, anyone considering body art must ensure their health and safety aren’t at risk when they get inked.
The Heat Alert issued by the Medical Officer of Health on Monday, June 18th has been terminated.
With a local forecast calling for three days of sweltering heat and the potential for high humidity, the Middlesex-London Health Unit has issued the region’s second Extreme Heat Alert of the year.
Smoking in movies is a serious public health issue. The evidence is clear, the more youth see smoking in movies, the more likely they are to start smoking.
The Heat Alert issued by the Medical Officer of Health on Monday, May 28th has been terminated.