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Survey: Asthma Not Well-Controlled for Most Canadians

October 25th, 2016
OTTAWA, October 25, 2016 – Asthma still makes daily life difficult for some Canadians. Ninety per cent of surveyed Canadians with asthma admit to symptoms and situations that show their condition is not being well-...
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Environment ministers announce new standard for sulphur dioxide

October 14th, 2016
October 3 - 2016. The Lung Association has been working with the federal government and other stakeholders to develop a new outdoor air quality standard for Sulphur Dioxide. The Lung Association is very pleased to...
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Irving Oil pollution raises environmental concerns in Saint John

June 14th, 2016
June 10 - 2016. Irving Oil’s refinery in New Brunswick spewed an excessive amount of ash-like catalyst into the surrounding city of Saint John at least a dozen times since 2010 as regulators launched and later abandoned...
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Trying to manage asthma during hot, humid days? Here are some tips

May 31st, 2016
With much of the country already experiencing summer heat, those living with asthma and other chronic respiratory illnesses are being reminded to take proper precautions on hot, humid days. New Brunswick Lung...
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