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Can You Protect Your Child’s Inheritance From Their Spouse?

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Tuberculosis rising after COVID-19 pandemic redirected services, say Canadian health officials

Canada’s longstanding efforts to reduce and eliminate tuberculosis suffered a setback as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Canadian health officials. The ability to offer crucial services such as contact tracing, prevention, early diagnosis, treatment and care for tuberculosis were reduced as resources were redirected to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, said Dr. Tom

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Be well: Eat walnuts every day for a healthy gut and healthy heart

It’s well known and long-established that walnuts can help improve heart health. Walnuts contain alpha-Linolenic acid (ALA), an essential omega-3 fatty acid that helps keep the heart pumping normally and may help prevent blood clots, per WebMD. Now, a new study has found that walnuts’ heart health benefits may be linked to better gut health.

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Hayden Panettiere Is ‘Looking Forward’ to One Day Talking to Daughter Kaya About Her ‘Struggles’

Women’s Health: April 2023 / Hayden Panettiere Kimber Capriotti for WOMEN’S HEALTH Hayden Panettiere Hayden Panettiere is reflecting on the journey to a healthy body and mind. Appearing on the cover of Women’s Health‘s March issue, the Nashville actress talked about how daughter Kaya, 8, has no idea what her mom has been through. Following

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Manitoba increases funding for seniors’ health and social programs

WINNIPEG – The Manitoba government is increasing funding for some programs that provide health and social support for seniors. The province is adding $12.6 million a year to a program that helps people co-ordinate and manage their home-care services. Another $1.3 million will go to expand Manitoba palliative care, starting in the Southern health region.

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