Global Asbestos Awareness Week: Take the Time to Learn About Prevention In 2016, Canada vowed to phase out asbestos use by 2018 in an effort to protect the public from continued exposure to the toxic mineral. This commitment will enable Canada to join more than 60 countries that have already taken a stand to ban this cancer-causing fibre and protect future generations. In … [Read more...] about Global Asbestos Awareness Week: Take The Time To Learn About Prevention
Canadian Blog House partnered with Denver Cosmetic Surgeon, Dr. Stephen Weber, to bring you this post about dermal fillers. As always, we recommend you talk to your own doctor before undertaking any medical procedure, to ensure it is right for you and your health. Marionette lines, crows feet, furrow lines: What fillers are best for these problem areas? People … [Read more...] about Marionette Lines, Crows Feet, Furrow lines: What Fillers are Best for These?
My mother spent 3 weeks in hospital before she passed away. Three very long weeks. While she received wonderfully compassionate care from the doctors and nurses at the hospital during this time, this lengthy stay hospital stay was something my family and I had not faced in many years. Although we wouldn't have it any other way, spending so much time at … [Read more...] about 12 Ways To Help The Family Of A Patient In Hospital
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Canadian Blog House received compensation in exchange for this post about mBC (Metastatic Breast Cancer), an issue very close to our hearts. All opinions are our own. I never had the chance to meet my maternal grandmother. Metastatic Breast Cancer (mBC) took my grandma's life at age 52. Just five months before my parents were married - and 12 years before I was … [Read more...] about Understanding Metastatic Breast Cancer – It’s About #mbctime