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Help for smokers who want to quit: effective aids for the best health choice you can make
Most smokers know that quitting is the single best thing they can do for their health. But they may not be aware of all the options available to help them start living a smoke-free life.

On Oct. 21, BRA Day promotes breast reconstruction awareness, access and education
Breast Reconstruction Awarenes Day – or BRA Day – offers women a unique opportunity to learn about breast reconstruction following a mastectomy. On Oct. 21, BRA Day events will take place all over Canada and internationally. Join Women's College Hospital plastic surgeon and BRA Day founder Dr. Mitchell Brown at the flagship Toronto event.

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A Question of Health

This month's topic: Breast cancer surgery: the importance of lymph node dissection
Breast cancer surgery involves more than just removing tumours. Surgeons also need to take a closer look at how cancer cells are behaving in the body.

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Latest health news

Study finds wrist fractures may predict higher risk for more serious future fractures
For postmenopausal women, a wrist fracture may predict higher risk of more serious fractures in the future, a new study found.

Study links low vitamin D levels in older adults to cognitive decline
Older adults with low levels of vitamin D experience faster cognitive decline, a new study found.

WCH study identifies mortality risk factors linked to very early stage breast cancer
Ductal carcinoma in situ – a very early stage of breast cancer sometimes called stage 0 breast cancer – may have more in common with invasive forms of cancer than previously thought, including the potential to spread to other organs...

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