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Neurological conditions, such as dementias, strokes and brain injuries are a major cause of disability in Canada. They are often chronic and their health and functional impacts may progressively worsen. For some conditions, public health professionals play an important role in primary prevention, while for other conditions; secondary prevention through screening supports early detection. Find out about the risk factors, prevention, strategies and much more with our topic page on neurological conditions.
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Health equity refers to the absence of avoidable or modifiable differences in health among populations or groups defined socially, economically, or geographically. These measurable health differences arise from underlying levels of social advantage/disadvantage, show a consistent pattern across the population, and are considered to be unfair.
The Promoting Relationships and Eliminating Violence Network (PREVNet) has systematically reviewed violence prevention programs from around the world to identify 38 effective interventions...
The health of mothers and their infants intertwine from preconception to the postpartum period. Ideal maternal and infant health results in a full-term pregnancy and a postpartum period that supports the needs of both mother and child. Read more on successful interventions to promote maternal/infant health...
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