Considering the prevalence of cardiovascular disease in Canada, and the dangers of it, people are urged to do everything possible to promote heart health.
Adults need ongoing blood pressure assessment through their lives because 1 in 4 Canadians is affected by hypertension (high blood pressure) and 50% of 50 year-old adults are hypertensive.
Home blood pressure monitoring (HBPM) is a stronger predictor of cardiovascular disease events than office based readings.
Women’s health programs are often most effective when care is tailored to specific stages of life. Beyond the teens it is often helpful to think of healthcare needs in terms of decades – matching care to address common complaints seen in the 20’s, 30’s, 40’s, 50’s and beyond.
The following guidelines are designed to help men understand key health issues at each stage of life and the impact that aging will have on their health.
In order to help you deal with the months ahead, we’ve outlined the causes, symptoms, preventative steps and basic treatment methods for both the common cold and flu.
Copeman Kids provides parents and parents-to-be with advanced health services and helpful guidance to ensure that their children have the best chance of developing a sound physical, cognitive and psychological foundation.
Is there an alternative to Warfarin for the treatment of patients with atrial fibrillation? Question and Answer session with Cardiologist, Dr. Brett Heilbron.
The most important risk factor for death and disability is Hypertension. The World Health Organization chose Hypertension as the theme for World Health Day 2013
Metabolic Syndrome, sometimes referred to as the plague of the modern era, traces its roots back to the period of rapid urbanization around the time of ancient Greece. Learn more about this condition and how to avoid it.
Some Gastro-Intestinal conditions can take time to diagnose but Copeman Healthcare physicians are dedicated to giving the right diagnosis and treatment.