Monthly Archives: October 2014

Longevity: Health Wealth of a Nation -4

Returning to the older aging population where the CIHR’s Institute of Aging is concerned: Is there not a “health wealth” employment investment in a foreseeable tomorrow? Judging by what the demographic numbers suggest there will not only be a growth … Continue reading

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Longevity: Health Wealth of a Nation -3

What is the “health wealth” of a nation and how will we all value the investments we make? If the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) is a visible indication of our government’s proof of investment, then you need to … Continue reading

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Longevity: Health Wealth of a Nation -2

One key intent statement in the Strategic Plan (2013-2018) of the Canadian Institute of Aging says that disseminating its research knowledge more broadly is important… “to government policy makers, health professionals and all other interested parties, including older people … … Continue reading

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Longevity: Health Wealth of a Nation -1

No longer does a day go by when you do not hear a conversation about someone playing a part in the story of the journey of aging. If the voice you hear isn’t the central character, it’s likely the narrator … Continue reading

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