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Canadians favour national health care strategy for seniors: Survey
Ninety-three per cent of Canadians believe it is time for a pan-Canadian strategy for seniors’ health care at home, hospitals, hospices and long-term facilities, according to the Canadian Medical Association’s (CMA) 2013 National Report Card on health issues. An equal number also believe a comprehensive strategy for seniors’ health care would improve…
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Dog doctors: Pa. researchers use canines to help sniff out ovarian cancer
Researchers trying to develop a diagnostic tool for ovarian cancer are hoping the keen sense of smell of man's four-legged best friends will lead them down the right path. An early detection device that combines old-fashioned olfactory skills, chemical analysis and modern technology could lead to better survival rates for the disease…
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24 Alberta communities get access to Family Care Clinics
Twenty-four communities in Alberta were the most recent beneficiaries of the Alberta government’s latest roll-out of its Family Care Clinics (FCCs) initiative — which provides Albertans better access to primary health care — part of the province’s Building Alberta Plan…
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New York research centre to conduct stem cell clinical trial for MS
The Tisch MS Research Center of New York recently announced it has received Investigational New Drug approval from the Food and Drug Administration to commence a phase one trial using autologous neural stem cells in the treatment of multiple sclerosis…
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Canadian athletes score big on nutrition at Canada Summer Games
Athletes who craved fries have had to forgo them at the Canada Summer Games village, which has been declared a junk food-free zone. Instead, the young competitors were given a huge variety of nutritious offerings with no cap on how often they can drop by the cafeteria each day during the Canada Summer Games held from Aug. 2 to 17 in Sherbrooke, Que…
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