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Opioid-related overdoses cause life expectancy in Canada to stall for first time in 40 years

VANCOUVER — Life expectancy rates in Canada have stopped increasing for the first time in four decades, says a Statistics Canada report that blames opioid-related overdoses for deaths in British Columbia, followed by Alberta. Canadians concerned about young adults dying from overdoses should demand drug-policy changes by “holding politicians’ feet to the fire,” said an… Read More »

Surveen Chawla Becomes Mother of a Baby Girl; Names Her Eva – See First Pic

Surveen Chawla, Eva (Photo Credits: Instagram/@surveenchawla) We have some good news. Technically, Surveen Chawla has some good news but we are happy to share it forward. We have been following her pregnancy like a true fan. And today, the actress has shared on Instagram that she has been blessed with a baby girl. Despite knowing… Read More »

Celebrating Dr. Rebecca Lee Crumpler, the first African American female physician in the United States

Last month on February 3, 2019, we celebrated National Women Physician’s Day (NWPD). Created in 2016 by the Physician Mom Group (PMG) in collaboration with Physicians Working Together (PWT) and Medelita, NWPD honors the first female physician in the U.S., Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell and highlights gender inequality in medicine. The day is a social media… Read More »