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New Canadian nutritional labels will take aim at sugar

Health Canada is proposing redesigned nutrition labels that would highlight when food products contain a lot of sugar. READ MORE

San Francisco votes to create health warnings about sugar

New rules call for new labels on the advertising for pop, energy drinks, and flavoured water. READ MORE

Big growth in cider & beer markets help LCBO to $5 billion in sales

The growth was fuelled in part by local products, with sales of craft cider nearly doubling to $4 million, sales of craft spirits rising more than 50 per cent to $6.7 million and sales of craft beer rising by about 35 per cent to $68.3 million. READ MORE

Loblaw expands hummus recall over toxin concerns

List of recalled types grows to more include more than a dozen READ MORE

Family of Toronto baby girl looking for liver donor

Delfina Budziac was diagnosed with biliary atresia, a rare liver disease, when she was two months old and after an unsuccessful surgery her organ has been deteriorating since READ MORE

Police no longer disclosing mental health problems in background checks

The Toronto Police Service has adopted the recommendations of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police and will no longer release records of non-criminal mental health encounters with police, including attempted suicide or other psychological issues READ MORE

Report: Number of new cancer cases to rise by 40% in 15 years

The report estimates there will be nearly 200,000 new cases of cancer diagnosed in Canada in 2015 and about half of them will be prostate, breast, lung and colorectal cancers. READ MORE

Family alleges hospital staff at potluck lunch as Brampton man took his life

Prashant Tiwari's family is pursuing $12.5-million wrongful death suit READ MORE

Study points out best weight loss programs

Weight Watchers and Jenny Craig scored most effective in a new research study READ MORE

Study questions effectiveness of Acetaminophen on back pain

Researchers in Australia have reviewed 13 clinical trials for acetaminophen involving more than 5,000 patients. READ MORE

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