Repairing A Broken Heart By Patrick Curran It was a terrible surprise. At age 63, Claude was told he’d had a heart attack. Unfortunately, that shock was only the start of the bad news. A week later, Claude was informed his job had been eliminated. He couldn’t understand it: He had always received great work appraisals and had also earned...

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The Whole Puzzle

Good dementia care is more than a diagnosis By Sarah Higgins As Canada’s population rapidly ages, experiences like Kathy’s are increasingly common. One in five Canadians are caring for a loved one living with dementia, and by 2030, it’s estimated that nearly a million people will have received a dementia diagnosis. Canada’s health-care...

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