An increase in sedentary TV toy ads over the years promotes an unhealthy lifestyle to these targeted Canadian children. Researchers Kent Potvin … [Read more...] about Study finds sharp decline in TV toy ads that promote active play
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Holding a newborn can provide a wonderful feeling, especially when the hugs are helping them heal. That is why Island Health launched a baby-hugging … [Read more...] about Baby hugging program launched at Victoria hospital
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What does it take for aspiring new companies to create impact and maintain staying power? In an effort to boost the odds of other’s success, ten of … [Read more...] about University of Toronto entrepreneurs offer 10 tips for startups