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Do We Need Wristband Heart-Rate Monitors?

A cardiologist critiques the tech world’s new must-have device—heart-rate monitors on phones and wristbands—and says you’re probably better off just paying attention to your body.

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Men's Health

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Highly Preventable Colon Cancer Often Detected Too Late

Colorectal cancer is the second most common cause of death from cancer for both Canadian men and women. It's also a highly treatable cancer if detected early -- it is up to 90 per cent preventable with timely and thorough screening. Unfortunately, nearly half of those diagnosed find out too late.

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Influenza

How To Beat The Cold And Flu

Winter finally dragging you down? Some of the more interesting tips out there to help you stay healthy during cold and flu season

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nutrition

Reading Between the Strands: Unlocking The Answers in Your DNA

With nutrigenomics, dietitians can give you a better picture of what your body has been genetically programmed to do with your food. Instead of fighting your body, work with it. Medcan Registered Dietitian Stefania Palmeri speaks to what genetics can tell you.

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Women's Health

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Trailblazing Alzheimer’s Treatments

Many clinical trial opportunities for the dread disease exist right here in Canada. Sadly, says the medical director of the nation’s largest clinical trials site, Canadians are largely unaware of their ability to access cutting-edge investigational treatments.

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Bones

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Follow Medcan Medical Team As It Return to Clinics in Kenya

In April, we will be returning to the clinics to continue training on eye health and visual acuity, musculoskeletal care programs, and provide resources that will allow these clinics to treat more complicated cases. We will also be starting a cardiovascular risk screening program to address the growing noncommunicable disease problem in Sub-Saharan African countries.

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General Health

Follow Medcan Medical Team As It Return to Clinics in Kenya

In April, we will be returning to the clinics to continue training on eye health and visual acuity, musculoskeletal care programs, and provide resources that will allow these clinics to treat more complicated cases. We will also be starting a cardiovascular risk screening program to address the growing noncommunicable disease problem in Sub-Saharan African countries.

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Reading Between the Strands: Unlocking The Answers in Your DNA

With nutrigenomics, dietitians can give you a better picture of what your body has been genetically programmed to do with your food. Instead of fighting your body, work with it. Medcan Registered Dietitian Stefania Palmeri speaks to what genetics can tell you.

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eyes

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Feet

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Diabetes

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