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    When we look at our health care in Canada, we see a free and equal health care system. To a Canadian who was was born and raised here, lives in a stable middle class and is surrounded by a good environment, it is mostly true. For those people who do not relate to those things it is a much different experience with the health care system. When we look at groups of people such as the low income groups, the aboriginals, and the immigrants, we will see how inequalities to accessing health care are there. This is because of there socio-economic differences. We have a choice if we want to live a healthy life, but those choices differ from the way we live. Economic, environmental and racial inequality affect the way you can live a healthy life.…

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    A healthy body is important to everyone regardless of their gender, thus, in order to maintain a healthy and able body, a person needs to receive good health care. Taking into account women, they too need good health care in order to take care of their body, and there are many factors that either hinders the development of good health care for women or improve their access to high quality health care. One factor that prevents women from getting the best possible health care are the numerous…

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    Canada’s public health care system is a cultural icon and, in most ways, defines Canadian society. The government and society through various ways such as taxes raise funds. The government then equally distributes all the money accumulated to benefit the well-being of society and Canadians. On the outside looking in, Canadian health care looks flawless – this is not the case. Overall, there are flaws in every system. All medically necessary services are to be included in the Canada Health Act.…

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    Firstly, one force that has shaped Canada in the 20th and 21st century is Tommy Douglas’ fight for universal health care. Tommy Douglas had the idea to allow Canadian citizens access to free health care whatever their financial position and status. Tommy had to fight against the doctors in Saskatchewan. In addition, the doctors had a strike against this law. Furthermore, doctors threatened to leave the province because of this law. However, the doctors gave in after three weeks of their strike.…

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    Canadas Healthcare The United States should adopt the Canadians universal healthcare system because it not only lowers costs, but it saves many lives that cannot pay for it. Healthcare should be a right as a citizen whether you’re poor or not. Universal healthcare helps many people throughout the world and is always favorited over the American way of healthcare. Universal healthcare is a healthcare system that provides healthcare and financial protection to all citizens of a particular country.…

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    Oral Health Care Policy Despite the improvement of oral and dental health in children and older population after the fluoride era. Social inequalities remain an issue in many industrialized countries. Highly income and educated strata of the community who has better oral health and fewer diseases than lower income population have more access to oral health care system. “Canada’s medical and hospital care system is not socialized” majority health services are provided by a physician in…

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    therapy. And finally, if a healthcare professional is at fault for misdiagnosis or mistreatment of a patient, there is little recourse, if any, on the side of the patient since the government has to protect itself against lawsuits and legal fights against the government may not be successful most of the time. Furthermore, in order to be able to do business, insurance companies become creative in developing individual insurance policies that may make great sense, when it comes to keeping expenses…

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    Canada’s health care system serves to provide universal health care for all its citizens, regardless of income, medical history, or standards of living. Although this idea sounds rather appealing in theory it comes along with complications and is problematic in many ways. Despite Canada’s healthcare system being meant to provide universal healthcare to all citizens this often fails in regards to aboriginal people and people in Northern Canada, which includes the Yukon, Northwest Territories, and…

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    Many countries have been struggling to determinate whether health care should be either public or private or maybe both. Governments are always trying to decide what is best for the population because their job is to keep the community healthy. In this essay, I argue that Canada should provide all their citizens with public health care supporting more liberalism ideas and not implementing private healthcare. I claim that Canada should provide public healthcare because helps to achieve equal…

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    Healthcare System in Canada Many praise the Canadian healthcare system for its affordability and accessibility, however it certainly isn’t perfect. One thing I would change about it is the fact that mental healthcare is not at least partially free. These days, more and more people are getting diagnosed with things such as depression and less commonly, disorders like schizophrenia. If you made mental healthcare more appealing, more people would certainly seek help and have a better chance of…

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