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The Family-Centred Maternity and Newborn Care: National Guidelines is a resource on maternal and newborn health. It includes the latest information and advice from Canadian experts.
Positive mental health is the capacity to feel, think, and act in ways that enhance the ability to enjoy life and deal with challenges.
Key messages to share with women planning a pregnancy, and pregnant and breastfeeding women.
A biosimilar is a biologic drug that is highly similar to a biologic drug that was already authorized for sale. Health Canada authorizes biosimilars for sale using the same rigorous regulatory standards for quality, efficacy and safety as for all other biologic drugs.
This fact sheet provides information on family violence. Family violence occurs when a person abuses someone in their family. It can happen to anyone - both children and adults. Family violence can be words, acts or even not giving someone the care they need.
Preconception health, or health before pregnancy, is the health of men and women during their reproductive years. Your health affects your fertility. It also influences the health of your children, during pregnancy, at birth and throughout their lives.
The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), in collaboration with other governmental and non-governmental organizations, conducts national surveillance of cancer to support the planning and evaluation of cancer-related policies, programs, and services. For this fact sheet, data from the Canadian Cancer Registry, the Canadian Vital Statistics – Death Database, and the Canadian Community Health Survey were used to provide current statistics on the burden of cancer in Canada.
The number of syphilis cases is increasing dramatically. Outbreaks have been reported in 8 provinces and territories as well as some Indigenous communities.
This Fact Sheet provides general information about getting a divorce in Canada under the federal Divorce Act. This Act applies when at least one spouse has resided in a Canadian province or territory for at least one year before they apply for a divorce.
Divorce and separation can be difficult, especially if you have children. You may feel stressed about the different decisions you need to make about parenting arrangements and financial issues.
This document will give you some general information about different types of family dispute resolution processes, and help you understand the options available to you to help you come to an agreement with your former partner without going to court.