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Did you know that about half of all cancers can be prevented? A new interactive tool from the Canadian Cancer Society can help you cut your risk.

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  AMC Newsletter Volume 6  
 

You can view The Association of Mature Canadians newsletter Volume 6 Issue 1 by clicking the icon below. AMC World-Wide Travel Insurance / Medi-Select Advantage is now available For information just call us!

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Health News

  Why suicide-prevention monitoring should last long  
 

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Most people who died by suicide did so more than a year after their first attempt, a finding Canadian doctors say points to the need for longer-term monitoring.

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  Acetaminophen for back pain brings no benefit, rev  
 

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The commonly-prescribed drug acetaminophen does nothing to help low back pain, and may affect the liver when used regularly, a large new international study has confirmed.

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  Meat sold in Canada not inspected as well as expor  
 

Meat Labeling Lawsuit

Cuts to Canada's food inspection programs have created a "double standard," where meat sold to Canadians is not as well inspected than that destined for export, according to the union that represents inspectors.

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  Cineplex Entertainment expands screening program f  
 

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Cineplex Entertainment is expanding its special screening program for people with autism spectrum disorder and their families to 29 theatres, the company announced Tuesday.

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  Health Canada willing to ease fecal transplant rul  
 

HealthMatters Fecal Transplants 20120206

Health Canada has signalled it is willing to loosen the rules on the use of fecal transplants to treat persistent C. difficile infections.

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  Nunavut leads Canada in childhood respiratory illn  
 

Infant RSV rate climbs in Nunavut

Nunavut has a higher rate of young children being admitted to hospital for respiratory illness than the rest of Canada, says a pediatrician with the Qikitani General Hospital.

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