• 05 NOV 15
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    Break Free From Osteoporosis

    Break Free From Osteoporosis

    By: Sam Gibbs, BSc, CATC, MT, DOMP, MSc(Cand) Osteoporosis has generated a ton of media attention over the past decade. What is it? Are you at at risk? How do you protect yourself? Let’s tackle these questions in turn. First of all, what is osteoporosis? It’s a medical condition in which the bones become brittle and fragile from loss of

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    • 29 OCT 15
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    No Cold or Flu For You

    No Cold or Flu For You

    By: Bryce Wylde, BSc, Hons, DHMHS With cold and flu season here, I’m often asked how I’m able to ward off so many colds throughout the season. After all, I’m seeing sick patients on a daily basis during the winter months. You’d think that I get sick more often, but I only get one or two brief colds

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    • 21 OCT 15
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    How to Treat the Flu Naturally

    How to Treat the Flu Naturally

    By: Richard Dodd, BSc, ND Each winter, influenza affects many people and wreaks havoc on their ability to work and play. The flu virus can come on slowly or it can hit suddenly without much notice. Symptoms include fever, fatigue, headache, muscle aches, a runny nose, and cough, as well as stomach symptoms like nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. Year after year, individuals struggle with

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    • 07 OCT 15
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    How Weekly Emotional Workouts Help Everyone!

    How Weekly Emotional Workouts Help Everyone!

    By: Martha Digby, BSc (Hons) In this day and age, Holistic Psychotherapy is becoming an accepted weekly workout for personal growth. It’s now commonplace for friends, family and colleagues to divulge: “I feel better since seeing my therapist…”,“My therapist helped me understand…”and “I learned the most interesting thing from my therapist…”. Working on ourselves is becoming the new norm. We

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