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‘Disgusting’ Canadian healthcare provider offers assisted suicide to thousands of healthy patients

A Canadian healthcare provider sparked outrage after emailing out a slideshow to a group of healthy patients offering advice on medically assisted suicide. A disturbing PowerPoint presentation obtained by DailyMail.com saw Fraser Health Care, one of the largest in British Columbia, allegedly promoting assisted suicide programs to those simply receiving information on their pension packages. […]

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66-year-old man hunted and killed by a ‘predatory’ black bear as he drank morning coffee at his cabin in Arizona woods

A large black bear walks through the forests of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.jared lloyd/ Getty Images An Arizona man enjoying his morning coffee was mauled and killed in a black bear attack on Friday. The bear was shot and killed, but the victim “succumbed to injuries,” authorities said. The local sheriff’s office called the

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Could a 20-minute daily walk help reduce disparities?

Share on PinterestAdults who are older, female, Black, or have disabilities may be more at risk of cardiovascular health problems. Mascot/Getty Images A new scientific statement from the American Heart Association documents a lack of physical activity opportunities for many people. Many people facing barriers to exercise are also in groups that are at especially

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Will Canada follow the US’s aggressive new approach to treat childhood obesity?

It’s been three years since Christophe Legault, now 12, was diagnosed with obesity and started treatment. He had been having trouble at school — his grades were dropping, he was being bullied and he was struggling to participate in sports such as basketball, his favourite. The program he’s been following at Maison de Santé Prévention,

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