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When it comes to the long-term health of Canadians, recent news has been mixed. On a positive note, we’re living longer – Canadians now have an average life expectancy of 81.7 years, an increase of 24.6 years since 1921. The bad news is we’re not necessarily living healthier during the years we’ve gained. According to the Canadian Heart & Stroke Foundation, heart disease, stroke, and other chronic conditions will cause the average Canadian to live his or her final decade with sickness or disability.
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