Health & Eating tips that may save your life.
Most people do not know how to eat properly
Most persons should reduce the amount of meat they eat
One in ten persons, 1/10 will have diabetes that will severely affect their health.. as obesity increases so will the number of persons getting diabetes
Diabetes is a very serious disease with many negative consequences and is not to be taken lightly
Cancer and Heart attacks are also caused by what we eat..
Getting a smaller plate and smaller cup, glass will help you not to eat, drink as much.
Skipping meals, not eating regularly can be dangerous for your personal health
It is rather too late to have the dietician at the hospital tell you what you can eat or should have been eating.
Here is a great free software program that you can program to ring an alrm to make sure you do not skip a meal, forget to eat regualrly.. WinAlarm requires Windows 98/2000/Me/XP/2003. http://wa2.cba.pl/download.html
(2 Cor 1:4 KJV) Who comforteth us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God.
I made a study for years of the reasons many people get heart attacks .. it is often a family disease, meaning related family bad habits.. such as the lack of physical exercise, how one handles the stressful situations, how well you sleep included.. and the type of food eaten and how it is prepared… steamed food is advisable and often thus too.. The quality of sleep is more important than the Quantity too. Heart stress and food digestion are also related, related even to cancer, having heart attacks now as well.
Normally, your body changes sugars and starch into glucose (a simple sugar), which serves as fuel. When diabetes develops, the amount of glucose in the blood may become dangerously high because insulin (the substance that controls glucose levels) is in short supply. Diabetics either don’t produce enough insulin or their bodies don’t respond to the insulin as they should; that’s why they have to take insulin by injection or another medication by mouth to help the body secrete more of its own insulin. Millions of persons have diabetes, and some people do not even know it.. diabetes is not to be taken lightly for it has serious personal side effects. Diabetes is influenced by genes, food we eat, exercise as well.
To help you recognize the warning signs of diabetes, the American Diabetes Association uses the acronyms DIABETES and CAUTION.
A family history of diabetes
B lurred vision
E xcessive weight
T ingling, numbness, or pain in extremities
E asy fatigue
S kin infection, slow healing of cuts and scratches, especially on the feet
Other signs are:
C onstant urination
A bnormal thirst
U nusual hunger
T he rapid loss of weight
O bvious weakness and fatigue
N ausea and vomiting
The important explanation of one being diabetic is the reality that either the body doesn’t produce enough insulin or else it can’t employ the actual insulin in an appropriate way. The transformation of glucose into strength in the body is performed through insulin. The key conditions that can result in diabetes are short of activity, fatness, aging, improper diet and, most importantly, heredity. Weariness is the trait of diabetes for the reason that the body doesn’t attain required energy. Eyes is impaired, urination is repeated and need for water gets Unquenchable resulting from it. You are receptive to persistent contagion for example urinary tract diseases, colds and influenza if you are diabetic. Diabetes has further hint moreover like prickling or burning sensitiveness in the hands together with foot. Majority of the time diabetes goes overlooked for these traits look simple. At the time you observe any of the above declared indications get your glucose amount measured. The everlastingness of this health problem demands you perform this way. To correct diabetes you as well have to make use of perfect diet table and lifestyle changes to make your glucose levels under regulation. http://www.diabitieslife.com/diabetes/blogs/symptoms-of-diabetes.htm
Diabetes is a “silent killer” and in the early stages of the disease, patients often have no symptoms. Four of five people with diabetes will die of heart attack or stroke.
If you have diabetes, you can be almost 15 years closer to a heart attack or stroke than a person who does not have the disease.
Medical professionals are seeing these very serious health problems crop up earlier and earlier in people’s lives.
Preventing diabetes is not nearly as financially lucrative for hospitals as treating its symptoms,
Since the discovery of insulin in 1921, managing diabetes has become more effective than ever. Today, with care, most diabetics can lead productive lives.
if you take the proper steps now to avoid getting this serious disease
Did you know that processed white bread has sugar in it.. whole wheat bread is thus better for you.
Most people also do not even know how to eat proper foods, even professionals included.. thus next a lot of people do have related health problems..
Prov 16:25 KJV) There is a way that seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death.
(2 Cor 1:4 KJV) Who comforteth us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God.
I made a study for years of the reasons many people get heart attacks .. it is often a family disease, meaning related family bad habits.. such as the lack of physical exercise, how one handles the stressful situations, how well you sleep included.. and the type of food eaten and how it is prepared… steamed food is advisable and often thus too.. The quality of sleep is more important than the Quantity too. Heart stress and food digestion are also related, related even to cancer, having heart attacks now as well. Jesus will do his part, heal us after we do our part first.
Sleep assessment should be part of medical care: Mon, 18 Sep 2006 20:08:13 EDT CBC News People should have their sleep assessed as a standard part of their medical care, doctors propose. Monday’s issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine is devoted to studies of sleep and health, such as the causes and repercussions of sleep disorders. ” Yes sleep disorder can cause heart sickness
(Eph 4:26 KJV) Be ye angry, and sin not: let not the sun go down upon your wrath:
(Eph 4:27 KJV) Neither give place to the devil. 28 Let him that stole steal no more: but rather let him labour, working with his hands the thing which is good, that he may have to give to him that needeth.
Scientist find link between body fat and cancer risk .. and I have told you that already, that it even causes heart attacks. “Researchers say there is “convincing” evidence that excess body fat can cause six different types of common cancers, including those affecting the breast, bowel and pancreas. The study also concluded that processed meat, including ham and bacon, was such a risk factor for bowel cancer that people should avoid it completely.Simply adding fruit and vegetables to a diet, meanwhile, does not appear to offer the degree of protection from cancer as was previously thought, the study found. The new report says there is powerful evidence that excess body fat is also a trigger for oesophagus, pancreatic, bowel, post-menopausal breast, and kidney cancers. A specific strong link is said to exist between fat around the abdomen and bowel cancer. There is also a probable connection between body fat and gall bladder cancer, and abdominal fat and pancreatic, post-menopausal breast, and endometrial cancer, the evidence suggests.Professor Sir Michael Marmot, professor of Public Health at University College London, chaired the expert panel. He said: “We are recommending that people aim to be as lean as possible within the healthy range, and that they avoid weight gain throughout adulthood.” The study found strong evidence that red meat and processed meats were a cause of bowel cancer. The panel recommended that people consume less than 500 grams, or 18 ounces, of cooked red meat per week, and avoid processed meat altogether if possible.Processed meat was defined as meat preserved by smoking, curing, salting or the addition of preservatives. Examples included ham, bacon, pastrami, salami, and frankfurters. The World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) report is based on an in-depth analysis of 7,000 cancer studies from around the world dating back to the 1960s.”
Risks of heart attack the number one killer of persons can also be directly related to bacteria in gum plaque and not merely to one’s smoking or drinking alcohol habits for a start.. This Bacteria that live in the sub-gingival plaques can increase the risk of heart attack for all people.
A recent Medical study describes the association between heart disease and gum disease to be at least as strong as the linkage of heart disease to cholesterol, body weight, or smoking. In fact, research suggests that gum disease may be a more serious risk factor for heart disease than hypertension, smoking, cholesterol, gender and age. So Good dental hygiene could save your life save you from a heart attack . Science has recently found a direct connection between gum disease and inflammation of the arteries, blood clots, hemorrhages, strokes and heart attacks. Add to this that over half of all American men have some form of gum disease and you have the ingredients for an epidemic. Despite this connection, conventional medicine has completely ignored oral health in their heart recommendations. Reference: American Academy of Periodontology, News release, June 2005 http://www.medindia.net/News/view_news_main.asp?x=3802&t=gn
There have been many other similar collaborating medical studies too.. and why the poor people suffer the most.. it is they cannot afford regular dental cleaning and the costs of dentists.
“Heart attacks linked to nine risk factors: study – Washington, August 31 A large international study led by a Canadian has linked more than 90 per cent of heart attacks to nine easy-to-measure risk factors common to essentially every region and every ethnic group in the world, a media report has said. The study conducted under Salim Yusuf, Director of the Population Health Research Instiute at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario (Canada) found that leading risk factors for heart attack were abnormal cholesterol, current smoking, abdominal obesity, depression and stress, high blood pressure and diabetes. According to the study preventive factors were eating fruits and vegetables daily, regular exercise and moderate alcohol consumption. “The risk factors are the same all over the planet,” said Jean-Pierre Bassand, President of the European Society of Cardiology. “Political action is desperately needed” in all countries to devise plans geared towards prevention, he said. The findings, said The Wall Street Journal, add to the evidence of the rising global burden of cardiovascular disease, particularly in developing countries, where it is supplanting infectious diseases as the most important cause of death. -Depression and stress, which were determined from several different questionnaires used in the study of 15,152 patients from 52 countries, accounted for a 2.5-fold risk in a person’s risk of a heart attack. – Regular consumption of fruits and vegetables was associated with a 30 per cent reduction of an individual’s risk of a heart attack while regular exercise lowered risk by 14 per cent.”
Now we already all should know that unresolved stress, smoking, alcohol, bad drugs, inadequate physical exercises, over weight, and poor eating habits do cause heart attacks that kill people.. the doctors are right eating not enough vegetables and too much red meat can cause a heart attack, death …
It is also now very undeniable we are all also a by product as well as what we eat.. and even a Potassium deficiency.. causes of which are many.. including a medicinal side effect, and the consumption of salt, soft drinks.. If Mother Nature was to deprive you of potassium completely, hard scientific evidence proves you would be dead in less than three weeks. Some Symptoms of Potassium Deficiency: Bad circulation, bluish tint to skin, Chronic-Fatigue Syndrome, diabetes, earaches, edema, headaches, heart palpitations, hypertension, insomnia, intestinal pain, muscle weakness, oppressive breathing, pain in the eyes, prolapsed uterus, swollen glands, tissue anemia, and water retention. http://www.infoforyourhealth.com/Heart%20Conditions/Congestive%20Heart%20Failure.htm
Even in Canada, I am amazed how many people wrongfully think they can still eat what ever they want and they will stay well and healthy as a result.. unfortunately that is not so.. many Canadians are sick eventually even because they do not know how to eat properly firstly, and secondly many poor Canadians cannot afford undeniably to eat well.
Let me also tell you that eating dehydrated foods, causes high blood pressure, but it also causes cancer.. The dehydrated foods means food that has been fried in oil and the water content removed.. that is why coke, coffee, tea can be bad for you.. they cause dehydration.. removal of water.. and that is why you should drink water with your meals and have plenty of vegetables to help digest the food and reduce heart problems.. heart stress and food digestion are related. I made a study for years of the reasons many people get heart attacks .. it is often a family diseases, meaning related family bad habits.. such as the lack of physical exercise, how one handles the stressful situations, how well you sleep included.. and the type of food eaten and how it is prepared… steamed food is advisable and often thus too..
Benefit and uses of Potato.
-Potatoes are good sources of carbohydrate (22.6 gms / 100 gm ) and only 1.6gms of protein for 100 gms.
-Potaoes is a useful source of vitamin C, It is good for high blood pressure patient and Potatoes are good for hyper acidity patient.
-Treat facial blemishes by washing you face daily with cool potato juice.
-Treat frostbite or sunburn by applying raw grated potato or potato juice to the affected area.
-Ease aches and pains by rubbing the affected area with the water potatoes have been boiled in.
-Sweet potato focus on two areas of unique health benefit. First are some unique root storage proteins in this food that have been observed to have significant antioxidant capacities.
Whether it is acid reflux, heartburn, cancer, heart attacks we are all mostly a product of what and how we eat it. But next we are also all affected by our natural body’s degeneration, resulting ailments.
It has been firstly very painfully made aware to me that in our instant fast food society most people really do not know much about the value of certain healthy foods, nor even how to properly prepare meals.. such as why it is advisable to drink plenty of water daily and to have a dessert as well.. water helps the digestive process and the natural sugar in the dessert helps to reduce the acid levels in the storage. Peppermint – is another powerful herb for stomach conditions or heartburn. It helps in digestion, stomach distension, cramps, ulcers, and gas. Healthy eating is generally a lost art these days.
As you get older, your stomach weakens in its ability to produce hydrochloric acid to digest protein. It is undigested protein that leads to acid reflux or heartburn. Eating those foods that are alkaline is the best way to avoid acid reflux and heartburn. No need to use antacids, which have unwanted side effects and contain aluminum, which has been associated with senility and Alzheimer’s disease.
If you have acid reflux or heartburn, using natural remedies to rebalance your stomach is maybe what nature intended.
And when you become older you can tend to become more of an expert on sicknesses you thought you would never have too such as —
– Allergies, milk, lactose intolerance.. the latter two this is likely related to a weaken heart
– Kidney stones, likely caused by too much fish with pop.. coke, for soft drinks, pop cause dehydration, makes it heart to digest foods, and it can help to produce cement stones literally.. stones can generally be dissolved by drinking water
– Heart problems- caused by lack of vegetables, too much red meat, salt, too much unresolved stress, not enough exercise for a start..
-Heartburn or gastric reflex.. associated both with eating and sleeping habits… a head raised too high during sleeping, generally do not use more than one pillow under the head .. and caused by acid imbalances, generally resolved by eating immediately green lettuce leaves or cole slaws..
– Potassium deficiency- loss of potassium by passing too much fluids.. can be associated with dielectric medicine consumption.. drink more orange Juice, natural juices , eat more fresh vegetables..
– Thyroid Gland secretion problems can really mess you up and solved by continual medication
– Headaches, migraines.. some may be caused by food poisoning, solved by drinking milk, medications.
-Calcium deficiency avoid soft drinks
I really do not believe that God said we would never be sick, or that is his will for us never to be sick, or to never take medication, or never to go to doctors.. rather God has instead said he will help us to overcome the sickness. I have said it is not always a sin to be sick, but if anyone stays sick without asking for Jesus’ help to heal them and also to deliver them from all evil I too would like to know why?
Our personal habits have a serious effect on our health too.. I have heard people say they will worry about the consequences when they come to them, and by then it is often too late to reverse the now fully developed medical problems, the cancer, diabetes and heart problems included. Most people still do not eat good healthy food too. I had a friend who died of a heart attack at the age of 21 while he was in university studying, working hard.
“people guidelines issued for high blood pressure. `High normal’ readings often turn into full-blown hypertension Canadian Press The Heart and Stroke Foundation issued updated guidelines based on new medical evidence for preventing and controlling high blood pressure, one of the leading causes of death among Canadians. Known as the “silent killer,” high blood pressure (or hypertension) presents no obvious symptoms to warn people they could be in trouble, until it’s too late. Uncontrolled, it can lead to heart attack, stroke, kidney failure and dementia – and it is far more common than many people believe. Almost a quarter of Canadian adults, or about 5 million, have hypertension – defined as having a blood pressure reading that exceeds 140/90. Normal blood pressure is 120/80 or less. The first number is systolic pressure (when the heart contracts) and the second is diastolic (when the heart relaxes). The new recommendations are aimed in particular at an estimated 2.5 million Canadians whose blood pressure falls into the “high-normal” range – 130 to 139 systolic/85 to 89 diastolic. “As the blood pressure increases and gets into the high part of the range, we call that high-normal blood pressure,” said Dr. Sheldon Tobe, a spokesperson for the Heart and Stroke Foundation. “And the new information we have is that … about half of people with high-normal blood pressure will develop full-blown hypertension in four years,” said Tobe, a kidney specialist at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, citing findings of a recent U.S. study. That means an estimated 1 million more Canadian adults will be living with high blood pressure and all the threats it poses to their health – unless it is diagnosed and treated either with lifestyle changes and/or medications, he said.
The new recommendations also strengthen warnings about sodium intake, advising Canadians to stop overloading meals with table salt and ingesting other “hidden” forms of sodium, which can elevate pressure by increasing blood volume. Daily intake should not exceed 2,300 milligrams, said Tobe, noting that many prepared foods are “loaded with salt.”
Even healthy foods can contain lots of salt, he said, noting that a 347-millilitre serving of V-8 juice contains 900 milligrams of sodium. The Heart and Stroke Foundation advises reading labels on prepared foods because many contain high levels of sodium. Ketchup, mustard, pickles, peanut butter and canned, bottled or packaged convenience foods are big salt offenders, as are many snack foods: think potato chips, popcorn and crackers.
The 2007 guidelines also maintain the well-known but not-always-followed mantra to get regular exercise, eat a low-fat diet rich in fruits and vegetables, achieve or maintain a healthy weight, drink alcohol in moderation, don’t smoke, reduce stress and have blood pressure checked at least once a year.
Getting the word out about the updated recommendations should make the public more aware of the need for regular blood pressure testing and for taking steps to control it, said Tobe, and it’s also critical for updating doctors on the best ways to do that. “Hypertension is the Number 1 reason for visits to primary care, so it’s very important for family docs” in managing their patients with high blood pressure, he said. And those who think hypertension is a disease only of older people should think again. “One in 10 young men aged 18 to 35 has high blood pressure,” Tobe said, quoting figures from the most recent Canadian Heart Health Survey. “Many of these young men go undiagnosed because they’re (otherwise) healthy and they often don’t see their family doctors.” “And if they do, it’s not to have their blood pressure checked.” These young men are at the highest risk for serious health conditions, he said, because “they go the longest with undiagnosed and untreated high blood pressure.” For females, hypertension tends to be a disease related to aging.
After age 65, more women than men have high blood pressure, likely as a result of losing the protective effects of estrogen and other sex hormones after menopause. “So if we can screen for hypertension in women as they’re getting older, postmenopausal, that’s where we can identify women who have high-normal blood pressure and help to get them enamoured with lifestyle interventions, and perhaps we could help prevent them from developing hypertension altogether,” Tobe said. “If they start early, perhaps they will not need medication at all or could delay the need for it by years or decades.” ”
Misleading news… because Heart surgery may still often be required for people with serious heart problems…
“Angioplasty no more effective than combo of heart drugs and exercise: study Provided by: Canadian Press Mar. 26, 2007 TORONTO (CP) – People with minor heart disease problems who are treated with a regime combining heart drugs and lifestyle changes did just as well as patients who had a common medical procedure known as angioplasty to unblock clogged arteries, a major new international study has found.
(I too have said that angioplasty is not a serious medical problem, for a definite, rigid personal change in Good eating habits, more physical exercise, and stress reduction can help one to become healthy again.. But Angioplasty is generally used mostly with one blocked heart artery, but many people can and do have 2, 3, 4 or 5/6 blocked heart arteries and angioplasty is not an effective approach for them, rather they still do, will need a major surgery, heart bypass surgery..)
The surprising results, revealed at the American Cardiology Conference in New Orleans on Monday, are likely to fuel an ongoing debate between cardiologists who stress long-term approaches to treat the underlying heart disease and cardiologists who favour inserting small metal tubes called stents into arteries to fix blockages. But over time, it will likely relegate angioplasty to the ranks of a procedure cardiologists resort to only if drugs and counselling to encourage lifestyle changes – weight loss, increased exercise, smoking cessation – don’t achieve the desired effect, some experts said.
“This is an important study that will change the way we practise cardiology,” said Dr. Beth Abramson, a Toronto cardiologist and spokesperson for the Heart and Stroke Foundation. (Abramson was not involved in the study.) “This is a study that confirms that when you treat people well . . . they don’t necessarily need a fancy intervention with newer technologies.” Patients will be better off for not undergoing procedures they don’t need, said the lead Canadian researcher in the trial, which was conducted in 50 centres in the United States and Canada. “All of us try to do the best we can for our patients, without putting them at risk,” said Dr. Koon Teo, a cardiologist at Hamilton Health Sciences Centre who also teaches at McMaster University. “Angioplasty is relatively safe but still there is a risk from it. And if patients don’t have to go for angioplasty, that is good for them.”
In 2003-04, the most recent year for which there are statistics, there were 167 angioplasties performed for every 100,000 Canadians over the age of 20, according to the Canadian Institute for Health Information. The study was led by Dr. William Boden at Buffalo General Hospital in New York state, with funding from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and a variety of pharmaceutical companies. The findings will be published in the New England Journal of Medicine next month.
Boden and colleagues started the study about 10 years ago, when a range of new and effective heart medications – including cholesterol-lowering statin drugs – were coming into the cardiovascular care picture. They knew these drugs worked and wondered whether layering procedures like angioplasty – which involves threading a balloon into an artery to the site of a blockage and then inflating it – and stent insertions would result in even further improvements for their patients, Teo explained. Their hypothesis was that the combined approach would be better. “But results of the . . . trial demonstrate that two treatments are not always better than one,” Boden said in a statement. A total of 2,287 patients with existing heart disease were randomly assigned to either have angioplasty or to receive what is called optimal medical therapy. That involved prescribing for them a range of important drugs to control blood pressure, lower cholesterol and prevent clotting, as well as urging them to exercise, eat a healthy diet and quit smoking. (All the patients in the angioplasty group also received the range of heart medications.)
After following the patients for an average of 4.6 years, the researchers found that there was no real difference between the two groups in terms of the rates of deaths caused by heart disease, heart attacks or strokes. Both groups experienced a major reduction in the amount of angina – chest pain – they suffered, though the improvement was initially greater in the patients who had undergone angioplasty. By five years, however, angina rates were almost identical between the two groups. Teo said the findings should help cardiologists feel confident a longer-term approach can be just as useful for stable heart patients as a quick fix. (The findings do not apply to patients suffering a heart attack.) “There’s always this concern that if we don’t do something, something bad may happen,” he said. And Abramson said it should help get the same message across to patients who need to understand that heart disease can’t be made to disappear with the help of a single procedure. “Patients who are readers, who are often consumers, come into their physicians asking for that quick fix and asking for what they think may be the best, newest therapy,” said Abramson, who practises at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto. “That newer intervention is not necessarily going to keep them alive any longer. And that’s what this study shows – that long-term medical interventions, compliance with medications and making lifestyle changes are important.” Teo insisted there will still be a role for angioplasty and stent insertions, but as a fall-back, not a first-line, treatment option. ”
Also “Young children prone to ear infections and allergies appear at a higher risk of developing reading troubles in their elementary school years, according to groundbreaking research. Left unchecked, that can lead to learning disabilities, which typically result in disadvantages throughout life, from poorer overall physical and mental health, an increased likelihood of living with parents longer as adults, and lower incomes than other Canadians. In the first ever snapshot of the impact of living with a learning disability in Canada, the study found that problems early in childhood compound as a person ages, affecting school, work, relationships and leading to depression and chronic illness. About 40 per cent of children who were identified with learning disabilities at age 7 were prone to ear infections and allergies at age 3, underscoring the need for early learning disability screening. Up to 85 per cent of learning disabled people also have a reading disability.”
What they have not already rightfully fired the poor federal and provincial health Ministers? Thousands of people now have needless died already, and the governments they wrongfully really don’t even care about it too, and the results show it to all, the hospitals themselves are poorly managed, supervised.. and it does not even to take a professional to diagnose the problems, mainly the inadequate internal hospital procedures, that allow the contamination, fetal matter- shit and urine, the contamination to spread within the hospital. I rarely do see people wash their hands, staff included within the Hospitals..or the floors also cleaned as well.
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Many Canadians and Native People are needlessly dying diabetes Too while the Conservative Federal government with a big surplus says it does not have enough money to help them .. for today about one million Canadians do not even know they have diabetes because most doctors have failed to do the needed adequate medical screening.. this is still all unacceptable and really despicable that Health Ministers respect lives so little and let us Canadians die needless meanwhile. Fire them now rightfully and ASAP.
“Conservative Federal government know also that “The rate of diabetes among First Nations people is three to five times that of the general Canadian population. While “Aboriginal Canadians with diabetes may benefit from a pilot project to establish timely diabetes care, Health Minister Tony Clement announced Tuesday.The projects will provide wait time guarantees that: Adults who test positive for diabetes will have an appointment within two months for an assessment and diabetes education with a primary health-care provider on reserve. Adults who are pre-diabetic will have a chance to participate in a diabetes prevention, education and support program within three months. Adults who have a normal test result will be retested within a year. Clement announced that Health Canada is developing a pilot project for up to 10 First Nations communities that will last about two years.” The Conservative Federal government has not chosen all of the native the communities participate in the pilot projects. Clement acknowledged that the distance between some reserves and medical centers is a challenge, and it is difficult to get and keep health professionals on reserves. While the government is investing $40 million in diabetes prevention programs for aboriginals, the pilot project but it is not yet ready for national rollout, Clement said. A similar medical program is really need still even for all Canadians… ” , Clement had announced a similar pilot project to introduce wait time guarantees for prenatal care on up to 10 First Nations reserves. Earlier this week, Manitoba Premier Gary Doer said the federal Conservative government has stalled on improving the health of aboriginal people, such as ensuring safe drinking water.”
Do note that Children from a feuding home, plagued by wife beatings, also do poorly in school..
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