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There is mounting science of how the wealthy are disadvantaged in one area that may mean more to them than anything else -- the fundamentals of their children's health. A disproportionate number of emotional, behavioural, and mental health problems are occurring in children of the upper class and upper middle class.
Obesity rates and diseases stemming from weight problems continue to rise. While healthy eating and regular exercise have become commonplace among the educated and affluent, the less fortunate show little signs of improvement regardless of efforts by health experts and government policy makers.
THE CANADIAN PRESS -- TORONTO - The face of Canada's wealthy is changing with almost a third of high net worth Canadians reporting they were born outside of Canada, according to a new survey by BMO Ha...