Health Ministry report confirms wide use of anti-psychotic meds in Ontario care homes

A new report to the Ontario Health Ministry confirms a Toronto Star investigation showing an extraordinary number of people in nursing homes in this province are given anti-psychotic medications or sedatives such as Lorazepam and Diazepam. READ MORE

Toronto Public Health says Air Pollution Causes 1300 Deaths a Year

Medical Officer of Health says city needs to expand transportation options. READ MORE

Ontario nursing homes give high-risk medications to dementia patients

A new investigation by The Toronto Star reveals a troubling trend at Ontario's long-term care facilities. READ MORE

Ontario health officials concerned after increase in measles cases

Public Health Ontario is worried after 11 confirmed cases of measles this year READ MORE

Officials warn of measles exposure at Mississauga park

Peel Public Health says a person who attended the Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park has been diagnosed with measles. READ MORE

Study finds even one drink impairs some drivers

Researchers say drinking and driving laws should get another look READ MORE

WATCH: You made it!

If you were a kid in the 50s, 60s, 70s or 80s, you probably should not have survived READ MORE

Medical staff say services stretched as self-harming teens seek help

Doctors seeing unprecedented spike in cutting patients READ MORE

Toronto residents don't know how many trains carry dangerous goods

Number of trains carrying dangerous goods through the city kept secret READ MORE

Is there a benefit to giving alcoholics booze?

Study finds giving addicts some alcohol reduces hospital visits and arrests in those in Ontario shelter READ MORE

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