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High-tech health

Zenon Schwabiuk never considered himself to be a techie. But that changed when he discovered the advantages of wearing a wristwatch to keep track of his heart beat. Now the Winnipeg man is one of a growing number of people who are turning to wearable technology to help enhance their health and well-being.

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Public engagement

The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority has established a number of citizen panels as part of a broader community engagement strategy to address a range of topics, including emergency care, home care, ethics, long-term care, mental health and patient and family experiences.

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Ahead of its time

The Pan Am Concussion Program is the only one of its kind in Canada, providing leading-edge care to hundreds of kids a year.

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The facts about PAX

A Winnipeg researcher Depeng Jiang and his team at the George & Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation are looking into a classroom program that is designed to help kids become better citizens.

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The art of healthy aging

Meet three people who have learned how to get the most out of life.

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Sign up for life

A boost in organ, eye and tissue donation rates could help more Manitobans like Dean Omeniuk.

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Is your child too busy?

Hectic schedules can leave kids feeling stressed.

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Focus on the future

Medical Careers Exploration Program introduces Indigenous students to the possibility of a career in health care.

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Brain storm

Meet Victoria Wiebe, a young Manitoba woman who has recently benefited from a game-changing epilepsy program at Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg's Children's Hospital.

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