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International Environmental Sensitivity Awareness Day
Join us online on May 12th for Environmental Sensitivities Day for an online seminar: “What you need to know, who needs to know, and what you can do about Environmental Sensitivities” http://www.aseq-ehaq.ca/e…/environmental-sensitivities-day/…
Air quality on the way to work
This week I was contacted by CBC news to comment on a recently released study by researchers at the University of Toronto. The study showed elevated levels of diesel gases and particulates inside the GO Transit diesel train cars in … Continue reading
How did we do in 2016?
Last year I did a retrospective post of 2015, discussing the breakthroughs and the setbacks for environmental health. The latest news of at the end of 2016 is alarming and anyone who cares about their health, the health of their … Continue reading
Lazy Hazy Crazy Days of Summer
In 1963, Nat King Cole released his hit song, Those Lazy Hazy Crazy Days of Summer. Lazy referred to those hot summer days before air conditioning, hazy meant humid, and crazy was just the playful innocence of youth in the … Continue reading
Love is in the air – and what else?
Millions of couples get engaged on Valentine’s day. Five years ago, my son proposed. This year, my wife and I were invited to two weddings. Love is certainly in the air. When couples enter into a committed relationship, the next … Continue reading
Play the Odds – Lower Risks for Newborns
In my first post, I wrote about a pattern that my colleagues and I have recognized in our patients with environmentally linked illnesses. Over the years we have been seeing more children with that pattern which is either not being … Continue reading