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Staying healthy for life

“Age Brilliantly’ states the cover title this month of a well-known magazine. The articles inside give examples of individuals of different decades and the various ways – mentally and physically – they have aged ‘brilliantly’ with vigor and joy each … Continue reading

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Freedom from chronic pain

Chronic pain – sometimes referred to as the ‘invisible illness’ – affects an estimated 16 million Canadians who live with at least one condition considered ‘chronic’ in that it is persistent or otherwise long-lasting in its effects. Even with a … Continue reading

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Health headline confusion ~ how to stop the yo-yo effect.

‘Self-medicators beware’ read a recent headline; and the article proceeded to warn about the risk of a popular drug, which was deemed user friendly, but has now been found to cause noticeable side effects. We often read about what was … Continue reading

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Clara Hughes –Mental Health beyond the Big Ride

  Clara Hughes, an athlete for all seasons – celebrated Olympic medalist in both Summer and Winter Games – sees her success as more than earning medals; she is a passionate advocate for mental health. As one who struggled successfully … Continue reading

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Addressing the fear factor in Canada’s health care

The old axiom “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” no longer holds entirely true in caring for our health. We are all looking for more accurate and safer ways to prevent illness. But to find them … Continue reading

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Too fat? Too thin? Women Find Self-esteem Within

The scrutiny of the media is relentless in its comments on women’s bodies.  Celebrities are constantly monitored for each ounce gained or lost – their weight or body image is treated as the emotional barometer of the good or bad … Continue reading

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Freedom from Chronic Pain

Chronic pain –sometimes referred to as the ‘invisible illness’ – affects nearly one in two Canadians.  An estimated 16 million Canadians live with at least one condition considered ‘chronic’ in that it is persistent or otherwise long-lasting in its effects. … Continue reading

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When Too Much of a Good Thing is no Longer Good

Remember when you ate too much ice cream as a kid and afterwards your tummy ached?  Fast forward to your adult experience.  What if the drug you are taking is too high a dosage or has side effects?  A tummy … Continue reading

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Own Your Health from Diagnosis to Treatment

No, I am not suggesting that you become your own medical expert!  Nor do I suggest that you self-diagnose through ‘Dr. Google’ and ignore your physician.  But there are reports suggesting that Canadians are experiencing an epidemic of over-treatment that … Continue reading

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