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Children’s Education

Facing a Disability

Going into Business

Dealing with an Illness

Retirement Planning

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Heart attacks misdiagnosed as anxiety in women

Posted by on Mar 19, 2014 in Health and Fitness | 0 comments

Heart attacks misdiagnosed as anxiety in women

Women are more likely to die of heart attacks because their symptoms are often misdiagnosed as anxiety so they do not get vital swift treatment, said a study Monday.Researchers at McGill University in Montreal set out to understand sex differences in mortality rates for men and women with acute coronary syndrome. They asked 1,123 patients aged 18 to 55 to fill out a survey after being admitted to one of 24 hospitals in Canada, one in the United States and one in Switzerland. The women in the study, the researchers found, generally came from...

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Seven steps to a healthy Heart !

Posted by on Mar 18, 2014 in Health and Fitness | 0 comments

Seven steps to a healthy Heart !

1) Eat a diet with plenty of fresh vegetables and fruits, lean sources of protein, and healthy fats such as from nuts, seeds, and cold-water fish to reduce inflammation and oxidative stress. Avoid processed and pre-packaged foods and minimize dining out. Keep your blood sugar levels stable by avoiding added sugars in your foods and beverages. 2) Meditate regularly. Meditation has been shown to reduce blood pressure and alleviate the physical effects of the stress response. More recent meditation studies have shown alterations in gene...

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Overcoming the unthinkable!!

Posted by on Jan 27, 2014 in Life's Milestones | 0 comments

Ken Howell: Overcoming the Unthinkable ( source: www.lifehappens.org ) Amanda Moses was straightening up her home when the news came across the television. A small plane had crashed at the nearby Talladega, Alabama airport. There were no survivors. Amanda’s husband, Jeff, and four co-workers were aboard, on their way home from a trip to see clients in Ohio. In an instant, Amanda had lost the love of her life, and her sons, Josh, 22, and Eric, 17, had lost their father. The accident also dealt a serious blow to Auto Custom Carpets, the...

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Why should people set goals?

Posted by on Nov 25, 2013 in AMAN KAPUR SPEECHES AND SEMINARS, Estate Planning, Retirement Planning | 0 comments

Why should people set goals?

            The healthcare system in Canada , economic downturn and related stress. A 30 minutes talk with you and your family will help you better understand your financial management objectives. Set Goals, figure a way to meet your goals. There is going to be NO FINANCIAL PRODUCTS FOR SALE, HIDE YOUR CHEQUE BOOK.  Please contact me at akapur2010@gmail.com or at 1 416 509 2540. Book your seminar today and you could also win prizes at your meeting. At least once in the next few weeks you’ll probably...

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Lung Cancer is the top killer but receives least funding

Posted by on Nov 18, 2013 in Critical Illness Insurance | 0 comments

 The challenging public healthcare system in Canada, an economic downturn and its associated stress can create an equilibrium between HAPPINESS AND FINANCIAL PLANNING TO BREAKDOWN. A 30 MINUTE TALK CAN EDUCATE YOU ON YOUR FINANCES AND HOW YOU SEE MONEY. NO PRODUCT SALES TALK AND YOU DONOT BRING YOUR CHEQUE BOOKS. Contact me at aman@yourinsuranceguy.ca or at 1 416 509 2540 to book a 30 minute talk about you and there are prizes won at the meeting  Lung Cancer Canada says the disease causes more than 28 per cent of Canadian...

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Cancer medication approval process longer in Canada,thus becomes life threatening

Posted by on Nov 8, 2013 in Critical Illness Insurance, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Cancer medication approval process longer in Canada,thus becomes life threatening

At least 5000 patients could have lived longer if the Canadian and Provincial governments were quicker to approve cancer medicines as per a study released by the Fraser Institute Thursday. It looked at five new oncology medications (Avastin, Halaven, Jevtana, Tarceva & Torisel) and found that if patients had access to them 1696 patient – years could have been added to their lives, the value in dollars is estimated between $339.2 and $ 559.6 million. “Why they take such a long time to approve?  They’re cautious, they’re...

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Critical Illness Insurance Eases Financial Burdens of Breast Cancer

Posted by on Nov 8, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

As reported by the Vancouver Sun, The Canadian Breast Cancer Network has released a survey that “firmly places breast cancer as an economic as well as health issue.” Of the 400 women surveyed, 80% say they have “experienced some kind of financial hardship from the disease.” This included loss of job leading to loss of staple income due to ongoing treatment and recovery and expensive medication. The network went on to characterize this unfortunate reality as a “double whammy” for the women battling the...

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Lung Cancer Awareness

Posted by on Nov 7, 2013 in Critical Illness Insurance, Dealing with Illness, Heart Attack and Critical Illness Insurance | 0 comments

Lung Cancer Awareness

Think lung cancer only happens to smokers? Unfortunately, there’s no such thing as immunity from this disease. In 2012, lung cancer became the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Canada, and this year alone, the disease will kill more women than breast, ovarian, cervical, and uterine cancers combined. “An increasing number of people have lung cancer and were never smokers or quit a long time ago, and that stigma is unfair,” says Dr. Janessa Laskin, a medical oncologist at the British Columbia Cancer Agency in Vancouver....

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Trends in Insurance

Posted by on Aug 26, 2013 in Life Insurance News | 0 comments

Trends in Insurance

Change is underway in the ownership structure of several large Canadian insurers as they continue to demutualize. Insurance companies in Canada are organized either as mutual companies, owned by policyholders or as joint stock companies, owned by shareholders. Demutualization is a process by which insurance companies, owned by policyholders, reorganize into companies owned by shareholders. Policyholders, in effect, become shareholders in an insurance corporation. The significance of demutualization is that it provides insurance companies with...

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5 Reasons It Makes Sense to Insure Children with Life Insurance

Posted by on Jul 21, 2013 in Life Insurance, Quick-Pay Life Insurance, Universal Life Insurance | 0 comments

5 Reasons It Makes Sense to Insure Children with Life Insurance

Putting a life insurance policy on a child may seem like just something insurance broker parents do to collect an easy commission. After all, they have no dependents and they’re expected to out live those that raise them. Not so fast, there is a method in the perceived madness. The following are 5 reasons why insuring a child can make sense: 1. Allows parents and grandparents to leave a financial legacy to their children and grandchildren 2. Affordable premiums guaranteed for life 3. Policy can be have limited pay periods i.e. Plan can...

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