Research Shows Elevated Risk Of Heart Problems After Stroke

New research from Western University has shown that both women and men are significantly more likely to have a heart attack or another major cardiovascular event within thirty days of having a stroke. The study led by Dr. Luciano Sposato, Associate Professor and the Kathleen and Henry Barnett Chair in Stroke at Western’s Schulich School […]

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New Study Examines Veterans’ Mental Health Care Confidentiality

PERCEPTIONS OF CONFIDENTIALITY FOR CANADIAN VETERANS DISCUSSING MORAL INJURIES LONDON, ON – A new study from Lawson Health Research Institute will be the first to explore Canadian Veterans’ beliefs about confidentiality in mental health care and whether those beliefs act as a barrier to seeking treatment for a type of trauma known as moral injury. […]

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Healthy Eating, Fitness Go Hand In Hand

                by Jeffrey Reed, Editor, The most common New Year’s resolutions relate to improving our health, yet most of us drop the ball on that goal by the end of January. It’s a lot easier getting February time on the fitness club treadmill than it is right […]

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