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  Ontario Making Hospital Parking Affordab  

“Parking fees should never be a barrier for patients when they go to the hospital. With today’s announcement, we are providing relief from the high cost of parking at some hospitals in Ontario. By making parking more affordable for patients and their loved ones who visit the hospital often, we are helping to reduce the burden of parking fees and putting patients first.” Dr. Eric Hoskins Minister of Health and Long-Term Care

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You can view The Association of Mature Canadians newsletter Volume 7 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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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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  NEW TAB- Access Centre  

Your Association website has an interesting array of website links to help our members access some of the health and care websites available on the net.

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  Zika outbreak: Monkey study suggests infection las  

Brazil Zika Virus - pregnancy, ultrasound

Researchers infected pregnant monkeys with the Zika virus to learn how it harms developing fetuses — and in a highly unusual twist, the public can get a real-time peek at the findings.

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  Landon Webb wins battle to overturn 'mentally inco  

Landon Webb and his lawyer Susanne Litke celebrate outside the court today.

The Nova Scotia government suspends Incompetent Persons Act and Webb's parents give up guardianship of their 25-year-old son.

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  Wynne government backtracks on controversial autis  

Michael Coteau, Minister of Children and Youth Services, autism announcement Toronto June 28 2016

The Ontario government has backed away from a controversial age limit it imposed earlier this year on funding for intensive therapy for children with autism.

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  Wii offers no benefits over playing cards in strok  


Simple recreational activities such as playing cards or repeatedly tossing a foam ball into a wastepaper basket are as effective as playing virtual reality games like Wii in helping patients recover hand strength and dexterity following a stroke, a Canadian-led study has found.

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  Eating omega-3 fatty acids tied to better heart he  

Fresh salmon

Eating fish, seafood, seeds and nuts rich in omega-3 fatty acids regularly may help to lower the risk of dying from heart attacks, studies from 16 countries suggest.

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  Doctors face barriers to harnessing potential of m  

Diabetes app

Mobile health apps on our phones can hold a wealth of helpful information to take better care of ourselves, but family doctors still face barriers harnessing the potential.

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