The Mentoring Effect – on Health

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Creating Healthy Canadians & Communities

The Canadian Institute of Health Research has demonstrated through research that broader determinants of health,  social and economic policies to education and training, housing and the environment, impacts communities. Health research Roadmap: Creating innovative research for better health and health care. The Canadian Index of Well-being also takes a wide view, tracking such measures as living standards, robust health, environmental sustainability, balanced time use, levels of democratic participation and education, quality family time and access to and participation in leisure and culture. And the WHO constitution states:

Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.

Research Website: Visit | Article Published: 27/04/2015