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Help for victims of sexual assault and harassment

The issue of sexual assault and harassment has riveted public attention lately, and many Montrealers are feeling the stress from ongoing or past incidents of sexual coercion and/or violence. If you or someone close to you is suffering, there are many community resources available to provide support and guidance — or simply a non-judgmental sounding board for your stories. Clinique Medic Elle supports the wellbeing of victims. For guidance on available resources and support, contact these organisations.

For adults, children, adolescents, incest survivors, the victim’s family and friends, and practitioners:
Quebec provincial helpline for victims of sexual assault

24 hours a day, 7 days a week


(toll free)

For sexual harassment in the workplace:
The Help and Information Center on Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Health News

Canada’s revamped Food Guide has finally caught up with scientific evidence
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(Leslie Beck/ Globe and Mail) — Three years ago, when the federal government asked Canadians about their needs and expectations for their national food guide, I offered a wish list of changes in my column. Turns out, my wishes were granted this week when Health Canada revealed its overhauled Canada’s Food Guide.

This  …

National hugging day: what are the mental health benefits of hugging?
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(Olivia Petter/ The Independent)  —  It might sound simple, but the humble hug is more powerful than you think.

Hence why there is an entire day dedicated to hugging, and it happens every year on 21 January.

While National Hugging Day is primarily observed in the US, countries around the world participate in the celebrations,  …

Researchers believe saliva testing could lead to early breast cancer detection
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(CTV Montreal) — Quebec researchers are part of an international study that shows a simple saliva test could help predict a woman’s risk for the disease – a potential breakthrough in cancer screening.

The study started years ago, involving hundreds of scientists across the world, according to Jacques Simard, study co-author  …

Less beef, more beans. Experts say world needs a new diet
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(Candice Choi/ Associated Press) — A hamburger a week, but no more — that’s about as much red meat people should eat to do what’s best for their health and the planet, according to a report seeking to overhaul the world’s diet.

Eggs should be limited to fewer than about four a week, the report says. Dairy foods  …