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This gallery provides web buttons and banners that you can add to your website or blog to access health related information.
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Recalls and Safety Alerts Mobile Application for mobile phones delivers health and safety recalls and alerts right to your phone.
You might have started to see QR codes on our publications and exhibits. With the right QR code reader, you can quickly access our web content by scanning the barcode via your mobile device without the need to memorize or type in long, complicated web addresses. Learn more about Quick Response Code Readers (QR codes).
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Share interesting web pages by emailing them, posting them to your social networking page or linking them to social bookmarking sites.
Add our Recalls and Safety Alerts widget to your own website, blog or social networking page. Once added, the widget automatically updates with the latest health and safety advisories.
Health Canada does not endorse any particular social media site or tool.
If you have questions or concerns relating to the social media tools identified on this Web page, please contact our Health Canada Social Media Team.