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Feds to spend $200 million on improving mental health assistance to soldiers   - 88 Minutes ago
The government announced Sunday that it will spend $200 million on improving mental health assistance to members of Canada's military and its veterans. The money will be spent over the next six years
  
    



$200M allocated for military mental health   - 114 Minutes ago
OTTAWA – The federal government has announced $200 million over six years to support mental health needs of military members, veterans, and their families. The Department of National Defence and the
  
    




Additional $200M announced for military mental health programs over 6 years   - 2 Hours ago
, EST. OTTAWA - The federal government has announced $200 million over six years to support mental health needs of military members, veterans, and their families. The Department of National Defence
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Take-Home Viruses Embedded In Every School Says Cleaning Industry Leader   - 3 Hours ago
HEITS Building Services, Inc. CEO says Ebola alarms “miss the point that MANY ‘take-home’ virus threats literally breed in America’s school and healthcare settings 24/7.” HEITS eleven-state franchise
  
    



Mental health assistance for soldiers gets boost   - 84 Minutes ago
The government announced Sunday that it will spend $200 million on improving mental health assistance to members of Canada's military and its veterans. The money will be spent over the next six years
  
    



Holidays Can Be Sensory Overload for Kids With Autism   - 2 Hours ago
By Robert Preidt, HealthDay Reporter SUNDAY, Nov. 23, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- The holidays can be a challenge for families of children with autism because sensory overload can trigger major meltdowns,
  
    


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Feds to spend $200M on soldiers' mental health   - 4 Hours ago
Mental health issues in the military will be the focus of a government announcement today in Halifax. Defence Minister Rob Nicholson and Veteran Affairs Minister Julian Fantino are expected to announce
  
    



Mental health in the Canadian military: Feds to spend $200M over 6 years read comments   - 3 Hours ago
The federal government will provide $200 million over six years to address mental health issues among members of the Canadian Forces. The Sunday morning announcement comes just two days before the Auditor
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Mental health in the Canadian military: $200M announcement expected   - 4 Hours ago
The federal government is expected to announce just under $200 million dollars over five years to address mental health issues among members of the Canadian Forces.
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Ottawa announces $200M in funding for soldiers' mental health services   - 3 Hours ago
The federal government has announced that it will invest $200-million over the next six years to expand mental health services for Canada's veterans, members of the military and their families. Minister
  
    



Feds to spend $200M more on military mental health programs   - 65 Minutes ago
Extra spending over six years comes after news of unspent money on veterans’ care. OTTAWA—The federal government has announced $200 million over six years to support mental health needs of military
  
    



Canadian Military Mental Health Programs Get A Funding Boost   - 87 Minutes ago
OTTAWA - The federal government has announced $200 million over six years to support mental health needs of military members, veterans, and their families. The Department of National Defence and the
  
    


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Ottawa pledges $200-million to aid veterans with mental health issues   - 113 Minutes ago
The federal government is spending $200-million over five years to help veterans suffering from operational stress issues, including a new facility in Halifax that will assess and treat those with the
  
    



HIV prevention drug Truvada focus of controversy   - 3 Hours ago
The drug Truvada is increasingly being used as PrEP, to prevent HIV transmission. But some gay activists worry there will be negative fallout. “It’s given me a level of confidence and security
  
    



Ottawa to spend $200M on mental health for military   - 3 Hours ago
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Ottawa to spend $200M over 6 years on military mental health   - 3 Hours ago
The federal government will provide $200 million over six years to address mental health issues among members of the Canadian Forces. The Sunday morning announcement comes just two days before the Auditor
  
    



Ottawa to spend $200M on mental health in the military   - 3 Hours ago
Mental health issues in the military will be the focus of a government announcement today in Halifax. Defence Minister Rob Nicholson and Veteran Affairs Minister Julian Fantino are expected to announce
  
    



Director of the Center for vaccinations: We recommend to receive children less than   - 3 Hours ago
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Ottawa may announce $200M for military mental health   - 3 Hours ago
Mental health issues in the military will be the focus of a government announcement today in Halifax. Defence Minister Rob Nicholson and Veteran Affairs Minister Julian Fantino are expected to announce
  
    



Calls for mental health services investment   - 4 Hours ago
THE ROYAL COLLEGE of Nursing (RCN) Scotland has called for more investment in mental health services after figures revealed the number of specialist nurses has fallen. A report by the organisation found
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Mental health for soldiers gets boost   - 52 Minutes ago
The government announced Sunday that it will spend $200 million on improving mental health assistance to members of Canada's military and its veterans. The money will be spent over the next six years
  
    



07:06 What’s next for the world’s 5 million IVF babies?   - 10 Hours ago
When in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) began in 1978, some scientists were worried that the babies born as a result of it might suffer birth defects and health problems. Intensive research in the early years,
  
    



Conroe clinic seeks to fill gap in mental health services   - 10 Hours ago
Photo: Billy Smith II, Staff Residency Program Director and CEO of Lone Star Family Health Center Dr. Stephen McKernan ?says the expansion is "great news" for many of his patients. Agustin Gutierrez
  
    



Doctors Charging Medicare Millions to Test Seniors for PCP, Says Consumer Watchdog   - 12 Hours ago
Doctors are charging Medicare millions for apparently unnecessary tests of seniors for illegal drugs like cocaine and PCP according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of Medicare payment data. A San Diego
  
    



Rectal cancer surgery in older people does not increase postoperative complications   - 16 Hours ago
Rectal cancer surgery in the older population remains a highly controversial topic. The present study was designed to assess whether older patients had an increased risk for postoperative complications
  
    
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