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Windsor benefits from record-breaking Bell Let’s Talk Day

Windsor benefits from record-breaking Bell Let’s Talk Day

🕔12:25, 27.Jan 2017

By Nantanaa Mutharasu Canadians flooded social media with #BellLetsTalk on Wednesday. Bell Let’s Talk announced on Facebook there were around 131 million interactions, resulting in $6.5 million funds that will benefit mental health organizations all over Canada. The goal behind

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Overcoming Obstacles

Overcoming Obstacles

🕔12:54, 5.May 2016

Nancy Filby, 44, is a caregiver and athlete today, but not so long ago she struggled to even face herself in a mirror, step on a scale or find meaning in her life. She says until around five years ago

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Cancer seminar offers new potential survival therapies

Cancer seminar offers new potential survival therapies

🕔16:07, 30.Oct 2015

Grant recipients from Windsor’s Seeds4Hope program spoke at the Giovanni Caboto Club Oct. 28 about the latest discoveries in the causes and treatment of certain cancers. The Seeds4Hope program was created several years ago by the Windsor Essex County Cancer

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Carbon Monoxide fines to be handed out for no alarm

Carbon Monoxide fines to be handed out for no alarm

🕔14:22, 14.Apr 2015

By Mandy Matthews Ontarians will be fined $235 if they do not have a working carbon monoxide alarm inside their home by Wednesday. The new law is not being enforced until Wednesday because it was given a six month grace

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True or false: The flu shot

True or false: The flu shot

🕔09:15, 12.Nov 2014

It will make me sick FALSE It doesn’t work FALSE These are two among many myths surrounding a simple vaccination: the flu shot. The flu vaccine contains an inactivated virus from last year’s strain of influenza. Some believe that this

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Windsor prepares for possible ebola cases

Windsor prepares for possible ebola cases

🕔18:05, 24.Oct 2014

As the death count from ebola creeps to 5,000, Windsor-Essex area hospitals are preparing for the possibility of a local case. At a presentation for local media on Monday Oct. 20th, Windsor Regional Hospital demonstrated their preparations for health care

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Fall season or flu season?

Fall season or flu season?

🕔14:54, 21.Oct 2014

Fall brings something more than autumn colours and falling leaves – influenza. The Windsor-Essex Health Unit is getting ready for flu season this week as it rolls out the first of its community clinics, and vaccinations hit pharmacies and doctors

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Deer tick found in Ojibway

Deer tick found in Ojibway

🕔14:52, 21.Oct 2014

By Mandy Matthews A nature walker with a good eye has recorded the first known deer tick to be around the Ojibway Prairie Complex. Shane Butnari ventured off the beaten path Tuesday, Oct. 14 and found himself in a natural

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Winter blues remedy

Winter blues remedy

🕔17:46, 20.Jan 2014

by Rick Dawes The cold weather didn’t stop a thousand people from donning their swimsuits to try out Windsor’s new aquatic centre. The doors of Adventure Bay Family Water Park opened Jan. 18 for the first time since construction began

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