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Health

Radiation from medical tests studied for safety

McMaster University is working on a campaign to make sure Canadians don’t get too much radiation through medical imaging. Excess exposure to radiation can cause cancer. While a single imaging event emits very little radiation, people may have several bouts» 

Internet, Science and Technology, Society

New post-cancer study: patient concern far from over

Hearing you have cancer is bad enough, but if you think the word “cured” ends that concern, a new study shows quite a different picture. The comprehensive report is called Living with Cancer: A Report on the Patient Experience.  » 

Economy, Health, Internet, Science and Technology, Society

Teachers concerned over WiFi health risks

School classes resume today, Monday March 21, in Canada’s most populous province, Ontario, after the March week-long “spring break”. But classes resume under a bit of a controversy. Teachers in the city of Kingston Ontario say they want the WiFi» 

Environment, Health

Citizens’ group calls for government action on wireless radiation

Wireless radiation is a danger to our health, and levels should be revised and decreased to be comparable with such countries such as China, Russia, Italy and Switzerland, according to Frank Clegg, the CEO of the citizens group Canadians for»