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Thursday, April 27, 2017

The African, Caribbean and Black HIV/AIDS Awareness day works at creating community awareness

BY: KRISTINA RAMCHARRAN The annual African, Caribbean and Black HIV/AIDS Awareness day on February 7th brought together the three cultural communities for the awareness of...

My Fat Loss Secrets for Long Term Weight Management

  BY: DR. LYDIA THURTON I’ve helped hundreds of patients lose weight. When I first started, I would get incredibly nervous treating weight loss clients. What...

Accessing Long-term Care in Ontario

BY: ALLISON BROWN Accessing long-term care in Ontario is a comprehensive process. This article will shed light on the process. Once the decision is made to...

The Complexities of Healthcare

BY: ALLISON BROWN There are so many issues related to healthcare that are being discussed now which provides opportunities to make decisions to positively impact...

Fibre Is Your Friend

BY: DR. LYDIA THURTON Let’s talk about an under-appreciated aspect of your diet. Fibre. There’s nothing glamorous about it. It’s defined as the indigestible part...

What Is Wrong With Our Canadian Healthcare System?

BY ALLISON BROWN Canadians have always felt that they have one of the best healthcare systems in the world.  However we are ranked 10th out...

What is Health Equity?

BY ALLISON BROWN I recently heard a story about an Aboriginal man who had a heart attack and was taken to a local emergency department....

Caregivers Are an Important Part of Our Healthcare System

BY ALLISON BROWN If you care for someone you are called an informal caregiver. Those who get paid for caregiving as a result of working...

Canada’s Health Accord

BY ALLISON BROWN I continue to be grateful for the opportunity to share my thoughts about healthcare with the many readers of the Toronto Caribbean...

Assisted Dying Not Assisted Suicide

BY ALLISON BROWN "What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet."  Romeo and Juliet (II,...

Professional Development

4 Keys to Unlock Your Big Dreams

BY: KEISHA JOHNSON 1. Own your big dream – The very first step to fulfilling your big dream is accepting personal responsibility for your dream....

How Tragedy Propels Triumph

BY: KEISHA JOHNSON Natalie Hope-Selkin was comfortable in her career as an in-house counsel with one of Canada's largest insurance firms until she found herself...

First Quarter Check In

BY: KEISHA JOHNSON We’ve come to the end of the first quarter of the year, a traditional checkpoint for your goals. How are you progressing...