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Public health in an era of personalized medicine

Collectively, the clinical medicine and public health communities have demonstrated to governments and their populations that public health programs and interventions are critical to reducing infectious and chronic diseases. However, these investments by governments and...

source: By Dr. Robert Carter
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Suicide-related information is readily accessible online. Using the internet to read about suicide can provide a beacon of hope, as much of the available content promotes prevention or resources for those in distress. Yet a number of studies have raised concerns about websites...

source: Toronto Star

The era of legal weed will require broad investments in public health, according to the Saskatchewan Medical Association. Legislation alone is inadequate, president Dr. Intheran Pillay said.

source: The StarPhoenix

The average Canadian adult does not need to be screened for infection with hepatitis C, a blood-borne virus that can in time cause cirrhosis or cancer of the liver, says a task force that develops practice guidelines for primary-care providers. In its first hepatitis C...

source: CTV News

In Canada, one in three children is overweight or obese and less than half of youth report eating a healthy diet. Less than 10 per cent of Canadian children and youth aged 5-17 obtain the daily recommended 60 minutes of...

source: Edmonton Journal


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