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Ozone exposure at birth increases risk of asthma development

A long-term study of the health of Canadian children has found that exposure to ozone (O3), a common air pollutant, at birth was associated with an 82 percent increased risk of developing asthma by age three.

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Air Quality

Song of the Day: Alright - Ragers

RAGERS enters NEW LEASE MUSIC’s song of the day hotspot for the first time with single ‘ Alright’.

Capturing an uplifting combo of electronic-esque beats and hip-hop, the almost five-minute summer cruiser addresses that although losing a love interest can make you feel lost, things will work out ‘Alright’ in the end. 48 palabras más

Hip-hop

The Long Weekend

Happy long weekend to all of our Canadian readers!  We hope you’re enjoying some sunshine and family time!

See you on Tuesday!

Carleton Place Public Library

Canada Trip

This is in the May issue of Caravans, Motorhomes & Destinations

RV ROAD TRIP IN CANADA

By: Heather Whelan, Photography by: Heather Whelan

Date: 21.05.2018… 1.272 palabras más

Travel

Blossoming Trees

Spring seemed to take its time arriving but now everything is bursting out all over. The leaves are out and starting to lose that fresh spring green as they mature and the blossoms on the trees are at their finest. 119 palabras más

Photo Blog

A Pair of Red-Necked Grebes

It is interesting to see a pair of grebes at this city lake where I don’t usually see them. Since they are a pair, perhaps they will stay. 48 palabras más

Photo Blog

Finally, Something Funny About Vancouver’s Real Estate Market (in Culture)

Vancouver author and comedian Charles Demers talks about his new novel and how not to achieve housing affordability.


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