Matters of Life and Death: Public Health Issues in Canada by André PicardMatters of Life and Death: Public Health Issues in Canada by André Picard

Matters of Life and Death: Public Health Issues in Canada

byAndré Picard

Paperback | April 29, 2017

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Health issues have long occupied top headlines in Canadian media, and no journalist has written on public health with more authority or for as many years as André Picard. Matters of Life and Death collects Picard's most compelling columns, covering a broad range of topics including Canada's right-to-die law, the true risks of the Zika virus, the financial challenges of a publicly funded health system, appalling health conditions in First Nations communities, the legalization of marijuana, the social and economic impacts of mental illness, and the healthcare challenges facing transgender people.

The topic of health touches on the heart of society, intersecting with many aspects of private and public life—human rights, aging, political debate, economics and death. With his reporting, Picard demonstrates the connection between physical health and the health of society as a whole, provides the facts to help readers make knowledgeable health choices, and acts as a devoted advocate for those whose circumstances bar them from receiving the care they need.

Providing an antidote to widespread fear-mongering and misinformation, Matters of Life and Death is essential reading for anyone with an investment in public health topics—in other words, everyone.

Title:Matters of Life and Death: Public Health Issues in CanadaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 9 × 6 × 1 inPublished:April 29, 2017Publisher:Douglas & McIntyre Ltd.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1771621540

ISBN - 13:9781771621540

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