- As most Canadians adjust clocks to daylight time this Sunday, a sleep disorder expert warns that losing the one hour of sleep could have some serious health consequences. The annual 'spring forward' has been linked to an increase in traffic and workplace accidents, as well as an increased risk of heart attacks and stroke in the first week following the time change.
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- New sugar consumption guidelines issued by the World Health Organization this week suggest that adults should be limiting their sugar intake to six teaspoons per day, or about 25 grams. 0
- The latest SeaWorld ambassador is coming under fire as calls to end the practice of keeping whales in captivity grow. 0