As men become more aware of and open to discussing serious health issues one condition that afflicts almost 45% of men remains taboo. That topic is erectile dysfunction.
Every February, more than 77,000 Heart and Stroke Foundation volunteers go door to door in Canada, raising money to support life saving research. The Foundation hopes you might find some time to assist them this year.
According to the 2018 Stroke Report, Canadian women are disproportionately affected by stroke throughout their lives. More women die of stroke than men, more women are living with the effects of stroke, women have worse outcomes than men, and they face more challenges as they recover.
Yves Savoie, CEO, Heart and Stroke, shared the following data about women and strokes:
In 2017, according to Price Waterhouse Canada, an average Canadian adult spent $1500 on the Christmas season. In many cases, that was money the person did not have, and purchases were put on high interest credit cards that come due sometime the following January.
As Remembrance Day approaches, it is important that we recognize the importance of providing services for returning veterans of Canada’s many conflicts.
The Royal Canadian Legion, first formed in 1925, plays a vital role in providing assistance and support to veterans and retired R.C.M.P personnel coast to coast.