Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Facts and Truths (of the moment)

The Express train is not faster than other trains, it just has more need to express itself.

There are dozens of trains leaving Burlington for Toronto between the hours of 6:45 and 8 am. Regardless of which one you take, you will arrive at Union Station at 8:45.

Folic acid may help prevent neural tube defects if a woman takes it at least 4 months before she even thinks about getting pregnant.

There is no SIDS Canada. The Canadian Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths (CFSID) can be found at sidscanada.org

The Rogers building, which houses Today's Parent, has an outdoor patio on the 10th floor, with a gorgeous view of the city.

The editor-in-chief of Today's Parent stopped eating bread for passover.

To have laser eye surgery with TLC in Toronto costs approximately $5600 for both eyes.

It's difficult to stick to a healthy diet when there's a cream egg melting on your coffee table.

6 comments:

~Becca~ said...

Are negotiations for eye lasering sometime this summer still open??

Superhappyjen said...

I have an appointment for a "no obligation consultation" next Thursday (at LasikMD, self-proclaimed cheapest and best).

zydeco fish said...

You mean this one?

I thought about getting my eyes lasered, but I am too chicken.

Superhappyjen said...

That's the one. That's where my internship is.

TLC said...

Are you serious that there is no SIDS in Canada, or just that they don't call it SIDS?

If it really doesn't exist there, I wonder why?

Superhappyjen said...

There is SIDS in Canada, but the organization is not called SIDS Canada.

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