There’s no place for youth and teen-friendly packaging, nor flavours like cherry, mint and bubblegum in tobacco products in Canada.
With the Labour Day weekend just days away, the thoughts of many have turned to making the most of summer’s last long weekend and the impending return to school.
The Middlesex-London Health Unit is reporting the City of Londonï¿½s first probable human case of West Nile Virus (WNV) for the summer of 2012.
Evidence is showing that West Nile Virus activity in London and Middlesex County is becoming more widespread.
Encouraging Londoners to leave the car, minivan or SUV at home in favour of getting around under their own power is the main point of a new report entitled HEALTHY CITY / Active London.
The Middlesex-London Health Unit has noted an increase in the number of reported local cases of invasive Group A Streptococcal (GAS) infection in 2012.
Environment Canada’s Humidex Advisory and a forecast calling for a high of 32º Celsius have prompted the Middlesex-London Health Unit to issue its seventh Extreme Heat Alert for Saturday, August 4
The Middlesex-London Health Unit is advising property managers of apartment complexes, community centres, institutional buildings, etc. of an increase in the number of Legionella related illnesses in Ontario over the summer months, and how to prevent the transmission of Legionella bacteria.
The Middlesex-London Health Unit has issued Automatic Prohibition notices to five local tobacco retailers convicted at least twice of selling tobacco products to persons under the age of 19 within the last five years.
The Heat Alert issued by the Medical Officer of Health on Monday, July 23rd has been terminated.