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In Canada, there are over 170,000 charitable and nonprofit organizations, many of which work in areas of health education and disease prevention. These organizations, like the ALS Society of Canada and Muscular Dystrophy Canada, work hard to improve access to

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Canadians are facing a serious issue with timely access and affordability of health care. In a recent article by the Cameron Institute, Dr. John A. Bachynsky discusses the gaps in Canadian health coverage, which he explains is caused by the

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Mental illnesses are some of the most disabling group of disorders that a person can develop and it is increasingly affecting Canadian youth. According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, approximately 20% of youth in Canada are living with a

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A study conducted by the nonprofit Cancer Support Community surveyed 3,500 of the more than 7,300 registered in their Cancer experience registry. The goal of the study was to create an accurate measure of the total cancer experience. This included

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Healthcare in Canada is a complex, diffuse and decentralized arrangement of actors and services. Although we sometimes speak of the ‘Canadian healthcare system’, there is no single, national health system. Rather, there are 14 single-payer, universal and public systems—10 provinces,

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What is CSR? CSR stands for Corporate Social Responsibility. It is the voluntary actions taken by businesses to ensure they operate in an economic, social and environmentally sustainable manner. Why is it important? CSR is clearly a good thing for

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Studies have shown different rates of ADHD among young people, ranging from one per cent to 13 per cent, and according to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, ADHD is three to four times more common in boys than

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When KFM Inc. expanded to include a new division – MedComm – it was with the primary focus of improving the lives of patients in Canada. We work with many patient organizations and their patients, and often hear mental health awareness mentioned

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