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A Simple Blood Test for Concussion Is Being Developed

There is hope that a simple blood test for concussion will be available soon.

About Concussions

When you are hit on the head or body, your brain moves inside the skull. This movement can cause brain injury, such as a concussion.

Anxiety Disorders - Mental Health

Anxiety disorders are the most common of all mental health problems. It is estimated that one in 10 Canadians is affected by them.

Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression)

Bipolar disorder (formerly called manic-depression) is a bio-chemical condition that results in an imbalance of the neurotransmitters in the brain.

Brain Injury and Dementia

While researchers aren't sure of the exact relationship Brain Injury and Concussion are related

Cannabis Overview

Cannabis refers to the plant Cannabis sativa. The cannabis plant originally comes from Asia. It is now grown around the world, including in Canada.

CHECK BEFORE YOU REC - Observing Safe Recreation Facility Guidelines In Waterloo Region

Check before you Rec! Safe recreation guidelines in Waterloo Region

Chronic Pain provides Grounds for Personal Injury Damages

The disabling Impact of Chronic Pain provides Grounds for Personal Injury Damages

Dangerous Human Foods for DOGS

Dangerous Human Foods for DOGS. There are many human foods that you may not be aware of which pose a serious health problem for your dog. They may seem like a treat or a reward but they are not.

Everyone Injured in Car Accidents is Eligible for Benefits

Regardless of who is to blame, whether you were driving, a passenger, a cyclist, or a pedestrian you are eligible to claim benefits if you are injured in a car accident.

Handicap Parking and Abuse

Handicap parking (officially known as accessible parking) permits have rigorous requirements. The majority of those using them have a medical reason to do so.

Ontario Providing over Half a Billion Dollars to Protect Vulnerable Seniors Against Second Wave of COVID-19

Ontario Providing over Half a Billion Dollars to Protect Vulnerable Seniors against Second Wave of COVID-19

Pedestrians And Motorcyclists Are Most Likely To Die Or Be Catastrophically Injured In An Accident

Ontario released the preliminary report on roadway deaths and injuries for 2019.

Puppy Fraud: Regional Police Arrest And Charge Cambridge Woman In Online Puppy Scam

Puppy Fraud: Regional Police Arrest And Charge Cambridge Woman In Online Puppy Scam.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Diseases and conditions: Information, tools and facts about symptoms, risks and how to prevent, treat and manage human diseases and illnesses.

The Situation in Long Term Care Homes is Bad

News of the situation in Ontario's long term care homes continues to point to the ongoing flaws in the system.

University Of Alberta Research Team Is On The Cusp Of A Cure For Diabetes

University Of Alberta Research Team Is On The Cusp Of A Cure For Diabetes.

Why your Long-term Disability Claim may be Denied

Why your Long-term Disability Claim may be Denied