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May / June 2014

Wave is Winnipeg's health and wellness magazine. It is published six times a year by the Winnipeg Health Region in cooperation with the Winnipeg Free Press. To contact the editor, call Brian Cole at 204-926-8144 or email bcole@wrha.mb.ca

The magazine is available at newsstands, hospitals and clinics throughout Winnipeg, as well as McNally Robinson Books and the Winnipeg Free Press. Wave is also available through subscription (1 year $18.90). To subscribe, please contact Tracy Gooley at 204-925-3300 or via email.

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Homelessness and the health-care system Homelessness and the health-care system
A letter from Winnipeg Health Region President & CEO Arlene Wilgosh.

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Small wonder Small wonder
Team plans to build miniature device to diagnose chronic kidney disease.

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Dinner time! Dinner time!
New guidelines offer healthy tips for feeding your baby.

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Call to action Call to action
Task force offers plan to house the homeless.

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Working it out Working it out
How to get the most out of your trip to the gym.

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Partners in research Partners in research
New program aims to support Manitoba scientists.

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Brain matters Brain matters
Dr. Chris Anderson and his team are unlocking neurological mysteries that could one day lead to new treatments for head trauma, stroke and Alzheimer's disease.

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Are you food smart? Are you food smart?
Test your summer food safety IQ.

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Measles alert Measles alert
Immunization is key to preventing fast-spreading infection.

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The long goodbye The long goodbye
Living with your adult children.

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Home-grown Home-grown
U of M moves to encourage more medical school graduates to stay in Manitoba.

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Traditional Territories Acknowledgement
The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority acknowledges that it provides health services in facilities located on the original lands of Treaty 1 and on the homelands of the Metis Nation. WRHA respects that the First Nation treaties were made on these territories and acknowledge the harms and mistakes of the past, and we dedicate ourselves to collaborate in partnership with First Nation, Metis and Inuit people in the spirit of reconciliation.
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