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    Usual Intakes from Food for Energy, Nutrients and Other Dietary Components

    Summary data table of estimates of usual intakes for energy, nutrients & other dietary components from food, using data collected from Canadians in the 2004 and 2015 Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) - Nutrition. Data are provided for the household population by 16 DRI age–sex groups at...
    Organization:
    Health Canada
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    Canadian Total Diet Study - Trace Elements 2016-2018

    The determination of the trace element concentrations in food is important for consumer safety. Trace elements are metals that are present in low concentrations in air, water and soil. Thirty-four trace elements are commonly measured in TDS food sample composites. Although mercury and fluoride...
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    Health Canada
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    Canadian Total Diet Study - Radionuclides

    Radionuclides are elements that release energy called radiation. Radionuclides originate from both natural (e.g. soil and rock) and artificial (e.g. certain industrial, military and medical applications) sources...
    Organization:
    Health Canada
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    Canadian Total Diet Study - Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) 2005-2006

    Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) are a class of industrial chemicals that were used in a wide variety of applications including transformer oils, paints, and lubricants. PCBs are lipophilic compounds and accumulate in the tissues of biological organisms and bioconcentrate through the food chain....
    Organization:
    Health Canada
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    Consumer Product Recalls

    It is industry’s responsibility to ensure that they are selling consumer products and cosmetics that are compliant with the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act and its regulations, and the Cosmetic Regulations under the Food and Drugs Act. When non-compliance is identified, action is taken to...
    Organization:
    Health Canada
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    Food Consumption Table (2015 CCHS Nutrition)

    The Food Consumption Table (FCT) provides estimates of daily intakes of foods (means and percentiles) obtained using data from the 2015 Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) Nutrition. Estimates were generated at three different food grouping levels based on the food group list from the Bureau...
    Organization:
    Health Canada
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    2018 Health Canada Analyses of the Radioactive Content of Fish Samples from C...

    Since the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear accident, the Radiation Protection Bureau (RPB) of Health Canada has performed several analyses of the radioactive content of fish samples from Canada’s west coast. RPB is making the results of these measurements available in three separate, publicly accessible...
    Organization:
    Health Canada
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    Health Canada Analyses of the Radioactive Content of Fish Samples from Canada...

    Since the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear accident, the Radiation Protection Bureau (RPB) of Health Canada has performed several analyses of the radioactive content of fish samples from Canada’s west coast. RPB is making the results of these measurements available in three separate, publicly...
    Organization:
    Health Canada
    Resource Formats:
    • CSV
    • TXT
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    Cross-Canada Survey of Radon Concentrations in Homes

    Survey of long-term measurements of radon concentrations in volunteer homes from 2009 – 2011. National survey conducted by the National Radon Program covering all Health Regions.
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    Health Canada
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    Radon and Thoron Data From Canadian Homes

    Radon (Rn-222) is the second leading cause of lung cancer after tobacco smoking. It can easily move through small spaces in soils and other materials, allowing it to enter buildings and accumulate to levels that can pose a health risk. Health Canada recommends that all Canadians test their home...
    Organization:
    Health Canada
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