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When it comes to health care funding in Canada, we should stop living in the past The rebirth of spring and the power of nature reflected in the beauty and fullness of your body What medicines do we really need in Canada? New Dementia Study Launches Defusing the ticking time bomb that can be postpartum depression Addressing frailty part of the solution for improving healthcare

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When it comes to health care funding in Canada, we should stop living in the past

When it comes to health care funding in Canada, we should stop living in the past

Federal and provincial governments should work together to fund pharmacare, dental care and rehabilitation.
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The rebirth of spring and the power of nature reflected in the beauty and fullness of your body

The rebirth of spring and the power of nature reflected in the beauty and fullness of your body

Without winter, spring would not exist. Left behind was loneliness, dark days, melancholy, nostalgia, and lack of motivation. Now begins a new season in which rebirth and the power of nature invade our body. We give way to life, and we find sense to what surrounds us. We fill with joy and see the world full of beauty and perfection.
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What medicines do we really need in Canada?

What medicines do we really need in Canada?

How we can make them accessible to everyone
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New Dementia Study Launches

New Dementia Study Launches

Every year clinicians and researchers work hard to bring issues related to dementia and Alzheimer’s disease to light.

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Defusing the ticking time bomb that can be postpartum depression

Defusing the ticking time bomb that can be postpartum depression

Research shows that breastfeeding and postpartum depression are linked, but not in the way being debated by parents and experts.
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Addressing frailty part of the solution for improving healthcare

Addressing frailty part of the solution for improving healthcare

Canadian Frailty Network receives $23.9 million from Government of Canada
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