The ongoing research project is being conducted by Saif Syed, a Dalhousie University medical student, in conjunction with students from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD University).
“These ingredients may cause health effects ranging from skin irritation and dehydration to increased blood pressure,” Health Canada said in a safety alert.
You may have come to this realization already, but none of us are getting off this planet alive, which may be one of the reasons Volvo does its darned best to keep the folks who ride in its vehicles across the Earth’s surface as safe as possible for as long as possible. As proof, consider that Volvo is a leader in developing and introducing safety features, beginning with the auto industry’s first 3-point front-seat safety harness, which the company began installing in its cars in 1958.
The Gairdners, nicknamed the “baby Nobels” because 84 winners have gone on to win Nobel Prizes in physiology or medicine, each carry a $100,000 honorarium and will be presented at a gala dinner on Oct. 26.
Soon after the U.S. announced its move, Britain announced similar measures and banned most electronics on flights originating in six countries: Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia. Canada and other countries, however, have so far declined to follow suit.
Machiskinic was found fatally injured at the bottom of the Delta Hotel laundry chute the morning of Jan. 10, 2015. She died in hospital later that day.
A classic episode of “Cheers” has resident know-it-all Cliff Clavin finally putting his arcane knowledge to the test as a contestant on “Jeopardy.”