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Undeterred by freezing temperatures and the first major snowfall of the season, hundreds of people made time to attend Remembrance Day services across the University of Toronto’s three campuses on Monday.
At the St. George campus, Soldiers’ Tower – constructed 95 years ago as a memorial to those who served during the First World War – served as the centrepiece of the annual Service of Remembrance.
'We need a more comprehensive approach': U of T’s Robert Schwartz on the rise of vaping, risks and regulation
The use of e-cigarettes, commonly known as vaping, is on the rise and is increasingly popular among young Canadians.
The growing trend is concerning to researchers like Robert Schwartz, a professor at the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation (IHPME) at the University of Toronto’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health.
He studies tobacco control and smoking cessation as executive director of the Ontario Tobacco Research Unit.
As the University of Toronto opens its flu shot clinics around campus, public health experts are warning that influenza spares no one.
“Unless you know that every person you spend any time with is healthy, it is helpful to protect yourself and those around you by getting the influenza vaccine,” says Jeff Kwong, a professor at U of T’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health.
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