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Lisa Simpson 2m
Delighted to have collaborating w n on bringing together the fields of n . Amazing attendance at recent webinar!
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The Lancet Sep 24
In the poorest parts of Baltimore, , men have the same life expectancy as men in ; in the richest parts, men have life expectancy that is better than ; good health requires action on Equity Commission
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Trisha Elliott Sep 24
We need to be careful here and use this information to drive improvements in public health, not using it to shame and depress individuals who are already struggling with their weight.
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Pauline Miles 3h
Well said it’s about time we supported this idea. @ @
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André Picard Sep 24
The moral and economic case for action to end via ⁦
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Sir Michael Marmot Sep 23
I agree that global health has not taken full note of the Commission on . That said, I am in DC to present our report on Equity and Health Inequalities in the Americas. It follows on from the European Review
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Rasu Shrestha MD MBA Sep 23
Nearly 90% Of Doctors Say Social Determinants Impede Care Of Patients ✔Article: ✔Report:
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Brian Rahmer Sep 20
Replying to @brianrahmer
“What is different about the world around us is profound. Salaries stagnated & entire sectors have cratered. At the same time, the cost of every prerequisite of a secure existence—education, housing & health care—has inflated into the stratosphere.”
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MedicaidRedesignTeam Sep 24
Behind the scenes sneak peek! NYS Deputy Medicaid Director, Liz Misa, sat down with to discuss how NY is leading the way in addressing housing as a way to improve healthcare outcomes for Medicaid Members. Be on the lookout for the full video coming soon!
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Kelly Doran 3h
Excited to have article on our subsidized housing community health worker intervention in special Cityscape health&housing edition. With co-authors from
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André Picard 7h
Deaths of 12 at-risk youth show urgent need to fix Ontario’s child-welfare system: coroner’s report, by via
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Mike Sloan 2h
This is really important folks. This is why so many people who are low income are diagnosed with mood disorders. Proper nutrition is crucial to both mental and physical health.
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André Picard 10h
What one child’s says about Ontario’s approach to health, by via
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Greg Franklin 1h
Replying to @johno0910
But, the current leaders are so disconnected, will not let go, will not listen 2 you, I & others on . The politicians will not listen, the media will not listen. By the way. We had 560 Indiginous languages prior to Europeans arriving. And we Custodians share common story
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Health Nerd 3h
Replying to @GidMK
People should lose weight, if they have excess fat This does not make it ok to shame them, nor does it mean we can ignore the impacts of society on their health
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Mike Sloan 1h
Replying to @mikelondoncan
I didn't intend to extend on this, but, I'm verbose, as my followers know. (LOL.) This applies to all income groups. Take the time to prepare your own food, avoid restaurants and quick fixes. You can cook a good meal in 30 minutes. Avoid the temptations
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Patient Critical Co-op 5h
Affordable wearable med tech has amazing potential, but this watch costs $519... plus tax. Can Canadian doctors prescribe this devices to help vulnerable populations?
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Scott Santens Sep 24
"Social and economic inequality is linked to disease, death, and other forms of harm. To better understand these societal ills, we must look at inequality as a disorder in itself."
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Pauline Miles 19h
we are needing to urgently address the issues affecting people’s mental health, health and wellbeing.
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Patrick Conway Sep 21
: things like where we live, how safe/stressful ourenvironments are, our access to healthy foods, transportation, etc. impact ourhealth. Great piece from diving into the impact on . invested $50M and growing in SDOH
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