By Paul Kershaw, Generation Squeeze and UBC School of Population & Public Health

Do you know the secret to good health? It’s not what you eat, how much you exercise, or whether you have a doctor. What matters most for health is the social conditions in which we are born, grow, live, work and age — but that’s precisely where Canada is underinvesting.

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"We need to re-energize public investment where health begins, in part by finding a better balance between investing in the building blocks for a healthy society relative to investments in medicine to treat illness and injury."

— Paul Kershaw