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Here’s How to Prevent Falls

November 11, 2022

November is Falls Prevention Month. Every year, one in three seniors will fall.  Falls are the number one reason for ...

Flu Shots: The Sooner the Better in This Year’s Flu Season

November 8, 2022

Q&A: FLU SEASON 2022/23 You might be tempted to tune out information about the seasonal flu.  Flu season, again? ...

Join us to Aim Higher for the Healthcare We Deserve!

April 13, 2022

Canada’s seniors have suffered the most under COVID. The pandemic exposed the weaknesses in Canada’s ...

Rebuilding a Stronger Cancer System

March 29, 2022

Cancer is and will continue to be one of the top health concerns for Canadians as our health systems rebuild to support ...

Nordic Walking – Add Years to your Life!

September 9, 2021

Walking for Health All Year Around As we age, there are many excuses we can make regarding why we don’t exercise. ...

The High Cost of Cheap

June 25, 2021

Commentary by David J. Stewart, MD, FRCP and John-Peter Bradford, Ph.D., FCMC   Like father, like son. ...

Cancer treatment with Immunotherapies: video

June 22, 2021

Over the past decade, immunotherapies have revolutionized the way we treat cancer. This next generation of new cancer ...

Optometrists Sept 1. deadline for new deal with Ontario government

May 20, 2021

Eye Care in Ontario has reached a breaking point. The underfunding of eye care has been going on for ...

C.A.R.P. encourages more use of communications technology to help seniors cope with COVID isolation

February 2, 2021

Although all ages have suffered during the pandemic, older adults have experienced disproportionately greater adverse ...

CARP presents to federal standing committees on government’s response to COVID-19

May 22, 2020

This month, CARP participated, via webconference, in 2 pivotal meetings addressing the COVID-19 pandemic and ...