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Get Critical Vaccination Information with the CANImmunize App. What Canada can learn from Australia on health care The Other Side of Reason – I am here, I wait Is Reversing Diabetes Really Possible? What does Trump’s agenda mean for Canadian health care? The federal government needs to fix Canada’s refugee health care program

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Get Critical Vaccination Information with the CANImmunize App.

Get Critical Vaccination Information with the CANImmunize App.

The vaccination information you need to keep you and your loved ones safe can now be found right in the palm of your hand. CANImmunize is a new mobile app that tracks your immunizations on a smartphone.
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What Canada can learn from Australia on health care

What Canada can learn from Australia on health care

Australia and Canada share many characteristics, but Canadians may not know one of them is that Australia’s universal health insurance scheme, Medicare, was modelled on Canada’s -- albeit adapted to account for constitutional differences between the two countries.
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The Other Side of Reason – I am here, I wait

The Other Side of Reason – I am here, I wait

Involved in a bus accident that took the lives of six people, David Gibson has been battling through PTSD for over three years. In an effort to better understand himself and to communicate with others, he turned to writing. His first book was The Other Side of Reason: A Journal on PTSD, available now via petrabooks.ca. This column continues that text.
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Is Reversing Diabetes Really Possible?

Is Reversing Diabetes Really Possible?

Diabetes is on the rise bringing with it many health complications. Traditionally, diabetes was only considered treatable with insulin. However, new evidence is starting to give hope that through a combination of diet and medication, diabetes may be reversible.

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What does Trump’s agenda mean for Canadian health care?

What does Trump’s agenda mean for Canadian health care?

Trade policy with the United States puts Canadian medicare in the crosshairs

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The federal government needs to fix Canada’s refugee health care program

The federal government needs to fix Canada’s refugee health care program

Despite policy changes last April to Canada’s refugee health care program, many people continue to be left without adequate access to health care.  That’s the finding that comes out of a series of interviews we conducted recently with refugee service providers in Ottawa.

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