Regular customers of The Big Carrot Organic Juice Bar don’t appear to be worried about the recent hepatitis A scare. On April 11, Toronto Public Health issued a warning to customers of the juice bar, located at 348 Danforth Ave. Health officials said an employee had tested positive for the virus and anyone who’d drunk juice at the restaurant from March 17 to April 2 should be vaccinated. Customer Yan Fossat didn’t seem alarmed. “If they had found (the virus), it’s probably much safer now,” Fossat said.
It’s been a long, cold winter in Toronto. According to Environment Canada, this past February has been the coldest Eastern Ontario has seen for 115 years. It comes as no surprise, then, that the sunshine and warmer temperatures seen in the first weeks of March have been a relief to Torontonians.
A Toronto startup company has recently launched an innovative app that aims to keep people from using their phones too much.
Water birth decreases intervention rates and the use of pain medication, along with increasing maternal comfort in the birth process.
Pediatrician Hilary de Veber finds herself administering explanations as often as vaccinations, particularly if parents are uncertain about their effectiveness. “I listen to their concern,” she said at her practice on Coxwell Avenue. “Some patients are very far away from vaccination.” In the wake of Toronto Public Health’s confirmation of eight measles cases in Toronto, […]
The latest Torontonian infected in the city’s recent measles outbreak was fully vaccinated against the disease. This is the fifth case of measles in Toronto — and more can be expected.