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Tag Archives: Women’s health
By: Anna O’Brien A recent study published in the Annals of Family Medicine found that changes to Ontario’s cervical-cancer screening guidelines have led to thousands of women not being tested and diagnosed for chlamydia. With most chlamydia infections detected through pap testing, the new protocol is causing many cases to be missed. Recent cervical-cancer screenings
By Elton Hobson and Katherine Ward [youtube id=”QX_3za7Z6YM” width=”620″ height=”360″] Doctors spoke about research which could lay the foundation for women’s health care in Ontario at a public forum on Monday night. ‘The Power Study” examined many different factors that can cause variations in health. Some of these circumstances included age, geography, other medical conditions
By Meagan Malloch In cities across Canada, thousands of organizations are doing important, life-saving work for women’s health, and will benefit again from the Tree of Life campaign. Running currently to Oct. 26, 2012, the national four-week campaign run annually by Shoppers Drug Mart helps raise money to support women’s health organizations across the country.