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    Volatile organic compounds (VOC)

    Short-term exposure to high levels of some Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) can cause breathing problems and irritation of the eyes, nose, throat and headaches.
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    Health Canada
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    Wi-Fi equipment

    Wi-Fi equipment is now commonly located in most homes, schools and businesses. Learn about the safety of Wi-Fi equipment.
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    Health Canada
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    Publication / Guidance document

    Power lines and electrical products emit extremely low frequency electric and magnetic fields (EMF). Learn about the safety of power lines and electrical products.
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    Health Canada
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    Ozone

    Ground-level ozone can cause a variety of health effects, including coughing, irritation of the eyes, nose, throat, chest discomfort, shortness of breath and decreased lung function. You are more sensitive to ozone if you have an underlying breathing condition.
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    Health Canada
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    Protecting people at greater risk

    Some people may be at greater risk of exposure to chemicals and pollutants.
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    Health Canada
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    Smart meters

    Utility companies in several provinces have installed wireless smart meters in Canadian businesses and residences. Learn about the safety of smart meters.
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    Health Canada
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    Our Health, Our Environment: A Snapshot of Environmental Health in Canada

    Today it is widely recognized that human health is affected by changes to our environment and that these changes can have a positive or negative impact on our health. Developments such as the expansion of urban living environments and advanced sanitation systems have greatly contributed to...
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    Health Canada
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    Is Your Home Healthy : Easy Steps to Maintaining a Healthy Home – Environment...

    It's important that the places we call home are healthy environments, for ourselves and our visitors. Risks to health can occur in any home through environmental factors from nature itself, products we use, the air we breathe, or sometimes from the food we eat, or the water we drink. This guide...
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    Health Canada
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    Previous nuclear incidents and accidents: Fukushima

    On March 11, 2011, the Great East Japan Earthquake triggered a severe nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan. The accident culminated in significant releases of radioactive contaminants into the environment beginning March 12, 2011. The emissions were of...
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    Health Canada
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