Didn have time to pull the soles out, said Kipchoge, who had been targeting compatriot Dennis Kimetto world record of 2:02:57 from Berlin last year. World record was my target. I didn manage it but I be back next year. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileThe Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto is the first in the country to offer its patients electronic data, using an online network called MyChart. The portal allows people to manage their health details, research information, schedule appointments and give family members, physicians or pharmacists access to their files.Some patients claim that this service is beneficial as it gives them more control over their health, but experts say that too much information can be problematic and may cause panic.”Showing patients the information without interpretation does have risks of confusing patients and increasing anxiety,” said Alexander Krist, a professor at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond who has studied the value of giving patients access to their health records. With files from The Canadian PressParliament resumes: Which political party best represents your priorities?A person walks past the Centennial Flame on the way to Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Jan.
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