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A Seed Will Grow In Proper Soil: Education and Health Literacy as the Starting Points for Structural Reformation Through the Addressing of the Social Determinants of Health within Canada
The purpose of this paper is to show that due to the lasting effects it has on health, well-being, critical thinking skills, and political advocacy, the structure of education in general and a focus on health literacy in ...
Let's Talk About 'fat': Conceptualization of Obesity in Canada, the Role of Social Determinants of Health & Neoliberal Policies
In the last twenty years, obesity has become a major concern in the public health and academic literatures. Most of this literature stems from a biomedical and behavioural/lifestyle perspective. However, parallel to this ...
Politics Of Policy Framing: Canadian Immigrants And Type II Diabetes
Type II diabetes is a chronic condition that has earlier incidence and higher prevalence in the Canadian visible immigrant population as compared to Canadian born and European immigrants. This critical literature review ...