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Geographic information about social and recreational programs to promote wellness for seniors which may also offer preventive, health education, and support services helping keep seniors healthy, active, and independent for as long as possible.
Health Canada recognizes the important role healthy eating plays in promoting the health of children and youth.
This geospatial dataset contains the geographic boundaries of the 34 Public Health Units (PHUs) in Ontario, based on Statistics Canada’s Health Region Boundary File (2018). A PHU is the area of jurisdiction of a board of health. PHUs in Ontario are defined in Regulation 553 (Revised Regulations of Ontario), pursuant to Health Protection and Promotion Act R.S.O. 1990, Amended to O. Reg.
To be as healthy as possible, children need adequate night time sleep.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Nova Scotia provide quality after school and out-of-school programs to children and youth that support their healthy physical, educational and social development.
As part of the Healthy Eating Strategy, Health Canada is proposing to restrict the marketing of unhealthy food and beverages to children.
Data ranges from 2002 to 2014. 2014 data reporting the percentage rates of risk factors identified in the screening process is also included. The Phase 1 data tracks the number of prenatal, postpartum and early childhood screens administered on families through the HBHC program. The Phase 1 dataset is organized by: * calendar year * Ontario public health region * name of screen administered with families (e.g., Larson, Parkyn or HBHC Screen) * family's stage of entry into the HBHC program The Phase 2 data tracks the percentage of families screened prenatally, postpartum, and in early childhood, that responded 'Yes' to each of the 36 HBHC Screen questions.
This Report raises awareness about how our built environment provides a foundation for healthy living and ultimately our health.
Health Canada develops and promotes guidelines for healthy eating, physical activity, and healthy weights.
It's important that the places we call home are healthy environments, for ourselves and our visitors. Risks to health can occur in any home through environmental factors from nature itself, products we use, the air we breathe, or sometimes from the food we eat, or the water we drink. This guide talks about common health risks and tips you can use to help ensure a healthy home environment.