During Alzheimer’s Awareness Month in January, Canadian organizations will work to create awareness, fund research and provide services for the 564,000 Canadians living with Alzheimer’s disease.
While there is currently no cure or treatment that can stop its progression, there are medications that may reduce the severity of some symptoms.
Canadian employers face many threats to their bottom line: global competition, an aging workforce, disruptive technologies and more. Perhaps it isn’t surprising, then, that the potential impact of rising drug costs doesn’t get the attention those who track these trends feel it merits. But to attract skilled employees – the foundation of competitive success – employers know they must offer competitive benefits.
For some, allergies disappear when the snow starts falling and pollen production has stopped. But for others, it’s just another season of itchy, watery eyes and irritated throat and nasal passages. And, what’s the cause? Indoor allergens.
Indoor allergens are dust, dust mites, pet dander and indoor mold. As we spend more time indoors hiding from the cold weather, less natural air flows through your home to help remove these allergens, which can cause allergy symptoms.
International Men’s Day, celebrated annually November 19, is a day dedicated to men and their health. The 2016 International Men’s Day theme is “Stop Male Suicide.”
In the face of a rapidly changing pharmacy landscape, many plan sponsors are struggling to maintain the valued drug benefit they offer their employees.