Experts raise alarm about overuse — and overdoses — of melatonin sleep aid for kids
Melatonin use has increased five-fold over the last decade. Experts warn overdoses among pediatric patients could be deadly.
After pandemic pause from in-person event, Glebe Fine Art Show makes colourful return
For more than two years, many artists in the Ottawa Valley patiently waited to exhibit their creations to the public once again. When the 15th edition of the Glebe Fine Art Show returned for an in-person event this year, 34 local artists were finally provided a space to do so. Abstract and realistic scenes of daily Canadian life, landscapes, and images…
Half of Canadians would get a fourth booster if available while a quarter say they won’t, poll finds
More than half of those surveyed say they would get a fourth boost while about a quarter won’t, poll finds
It’s back: Federal government reinstates mandatory random COVID-19 testing Canadian airports
The federal government will start random testing at four airports starting July 19.
Ontario expands second booster dose to all adults, extends rapid test rollout
Dr. Kieran Moore has announced that all Ontarians 18 and up can now get a second COVID-19 vaccine booster shot.
Cancer and alcohol: Advocates push the need for warning labels to help consumers choose safely
The debate is now on about the efficacy of warning labels about health risks on alcohol products.
After virtual events, Vanier Sugar Festival looks ahead to in-person celebration — and rebuilt shack — next year
As April brought warmer (and muddier) days to Ottawa, it also brought an age-old Canadian tradition that one urban sugar shack has been continuing in the capital for 37 years now: the production of maple syrup.
Up and away: Canadians head to airport as restrictions ease
Canadians are taking to the skies again after the COVID-19 pandemic pushed them to postpone their travel plans over the past two years.
Muslims in Ontario rejoice as they celebrate their first Ramadan in two years free of COVID-19 restrictions
Muslims across Ontario are now free to gather without restrictions amid the ongoing holy month of Ramadan.
Experts see pandemic, social media as factors in rising rate of eating disorders in Canada
Eating disorders in Canada have been increasing since the pandemic began. On-going lockdowns contributed to their steady rise as did social media, experts believe.