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  • Make Heart Healthy Choices This February

    Posted by Steve Jones Sat, Jan 31, 2015 Starting tomorrow, February 1, Heart Month kicks off in Canada and the U.S. Heart Month began in Canada in 1958 when the Heart and Stroke Foundation created a modest door-to-door canvassing campaign to raise money for research. Thay raised $320,000 and have ...
  • Stanford Scientists Have Found a Possible Cure for Alzheimer's Disease

    Posted by Steve Jones Thu, Jan 22, 2015 A new study released on January 2, 2015, in the Journal of Clinical Investigation suggests that preventative medicine or even a cure for Alzheimer's Disease could be on the horizon. Alzheimer's Disease develops when a protein called amyloid-beta builds up into ...
  • What You Need to Know about Auto Accident Injury Coverage in Ontario

    Posted by Steve Jones Tue, Jan 20, 2015 If you are injured in an auto accident in Ontario, your auto insurance is what will pay for your medical care and rehabilitation, not your health insurance. Depending on the type of injury, you may need medical care for a long time after the accident. It is ...
  • 3 Ways to Finance Long-Term Health Care

    Posted by Steve Jones Sat, Jan 10, 2015 Preparing for retirement and old age is something most people in Ontario plan for, but not everyone will have the same needs and resources in their golden years. Monthly expenses, disposable income and emergency funds are almost always part of the financial ...
  • Ontario Needs a Coordinated End-of-Life Care Policy

    Posted by Jeff Durish Thu, Jan 8, 2015 Health Quality Ontario recently published a report that says Canada ranks 5 th out of 40 countries on a quality-of-death index. That’s the good news; the bad news is that the Canadian health care system lacks a national strategy for end-of-life (EoL) care and ...
  • Alzheimer Society of Toronto Sponsors "Walk for Memories"

    Posted by Steve Jones Tue, Jan 6, 2015 On January 31, more than 1,500 people whose lives have been touched by Alzheimer's disease are expected to participate in the Walk for Memories Presented by Memory Care , organized by the Alzheimer Society of Toronto. Toronto's Walk for Memories is the largest ...
  • 5 Ways to Keep Dementia at Bay

    Posted by Steve Jones Sat, Jan 3, 2015 A British study has recently found that following at least four of five 'golden rules' of healthy living can lower the risk of developing dementia by more than 30%. According to Age UK , lifestyle can be responsible for as much as 76% of changes in the brain ...