“Medicare,” provides public funding for all medically necessary hospital and physician services.
Addressing the specific needs of Canada’s frail older adults would improve health outcomes and quality of life ― and reduce health costs
A January 2015 Pew Research Center study found an alarming chasm between the views of scientists and the views of the public.
Trudy Lieberman, Adjunct Associate Professor, the CUNY School of Public Health
Pamela Cowan, Regina Leader-Post
The government of Canada recently participated in the G7 Health Ministers meeting in Japan to discuss concrete actions to improve global health.
Last week the C.D. Howe Institute released a short study just in time for the finance ministers’ meeting — rolling out the tired, old argument that as people age, they do not need as much money to live as when they were younger. If only retirement were so easy.
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