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Back to school plans can work if people take pandemic precautions seriously

Back to school plans can work if people take pandemic precautions seriously

Chief public health officer speaks out on plans for the new school year
<updated>Mask debate:</updated> Researchers tested various types of masks to see what’s most effective

Mask debate: Researchers tested various types of masks to see what’s most effective

Duke University researchers test individual face masks
Sudbury one step closer to supervised drug use sites

Sudbury one step closer to supervised drug use sites

Community Drug Strategy feasibility study concludes supervised consumption sites needed to help address ongoing opioid crisis
Wolves' HSN Foundation games raised $3,000 for MRI campaign

Wolves' HSN Foundation games raised $3,000 for MRI campaign

Auction of physician-themed jerseys as well as t-shirt sales helped raise the funds
Third blacklegged tick tests positive for Lyme disease bacteria

Third blacklegged tick tests positive for Lyme disease bacteria

Public Health reminds public to be aware of risk when in the great outdoors
Going out for dinner? You’re going to have to leave your name and number please

Going out for dinner? You’re going to have to leave your name and number please

New procedure in Ontario to help with contact tracing
Breastfeeding moms encouraged to continue, despite COVID-19

Breastfeeding moms encouraged to continue, despite COVID-19

There is little evidence of coronavirus being passed from mother to child through breastfeeding
Case #91: Latest COVID-19 case reported by Public Health Sudbury is man in his 30s

Case #91: Latest COVID-19 case reported by Public Health Sudbury is man in his 30s

His exposure is unknown — he had not travelled, and had no contact with a known case
Another case of COVID-19 confirmed by Sudbury health unit

Another case of COVID-19 confirmed by Sudbury health unit

Unknown exposure in latest case, a man in his 70s 
New Canadian obesity guidelines represent major shift away from more exercise, cutting calories

New Canadian obesity guidelines represent major shift away from more exercise, cutting calories

Report published Tuesday by CMAJ takes focus off the individual, puts onus on doctor-supervised treatments