In a recent interview with CTV's Your Morning, sleep consultant Amanda Jewson unveiled the concerning trend of "sleep procrastination," which is plaguing the lives of many individuals. This term refers to the act of staying awake past bedtime, engrossed in smartphone scrolling or other leisure activities instead of prioritizing much-needed rest.
We had the privilege of sitting down with the esteemed Miri Hadas Koller, an industry expert who understands the ins and outs of creating a harmonious and fulfilling environment for retirees. Whether you're an aspiring retirement residence manager, a dedicated team member, or simply curious about the dynamics of these thriving communities, this conversation with Miri Hadas Koller promises to be a captivating journey.
The Canadian Medical Association and 14 other health worker groups are pressing provincial and territorial leaders to keep the healthcare crisis at the top of their agenda. This call to action comes despite a recent $196 billion funding deal for the Canada Health Transfer.
Hospitals in smaller and rural communities across Ontario are making efforts to recruit, train, and carefully manage schedules in order to prevent the recurrence of temporary ER closures during the summer. Despite ongoing efforts, the issue of staffing shortages has persisted.
Today is the first National Reflexology Day here in Canada. National Reflexology Day was started by the Reflexology Association of Canada to raise awareness around the benefits and accessibility of Reflexology in Canada. We are extremely lucky to be joined by four members of the Reflexology Association of Canada to talk about this amazing career and effective, non-invasive, holistic, natural therapy in Canada.
New study in Ontario suggests that the healthcare system could save roughly $1488 per patient per year by making prescription medications free. This change would also help healthcare patients get access to their prescriptions they would otherwise leave unfilled or go prolonged times between refills.