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Two Sides to the Assisted Suicide Debate

It was just a few days into the month of February, 2015 when one of the most controversial debates of the 21st century came to a head. When federal government lifted the ban on assisted suicide throughout Canada, millions of

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Recognizing the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada

Heart disease is a major problem in Canada – in fact, it is a killer. Did you know that every year in Canada there are 45,000 cardiac arrests, over 50,000 strokes, and 75,000 heart attacks? Heart problems are an epidemic

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National Non-Smoking Week Offers Support to Smokers

How many disabilities would you guess are the direct result of tobacco use? Too many to name, probably. Tobacco use, particularly in the form of cigarette smoking, is a leading cause of disease and disability. However, we know that this

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January is Alzheimer Awareness Month

It has been said that Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia affect about 400,000 Canadians. Even scarier is the research that suggest this number will nearly double by year 2031. Clearly, memory loss is a major issue facing Canada’s

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Causes of Abuse, Why it goes Unreported

Of the many questions that arise around the subject of abuse, perhaps the most common is this: Why? Why does abuse occur? We are beginning to understand that abuse occurs in the disability community more than other communities. Even though

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