Just about anything can cause a migraine, including weather changes, strong odors, stress, loss of sleep, fluctuations in estrogen levels, and certain foods and drinks. Making a point of eating foods that control migraines while avoiding the foods that trigger … Read More
I often hear people justify not getting a flu shot by saying something like, “I got the shot and STILL got a nasty stomach bug”! The problem with that logic, of course, is that the 24 hour stomach bug that … Read More
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
TCM is a medical practice that has been around for thousands of years. It uses acupuncture, herbal remedies, massage or tui na, and cupping, in combination with mind and body practices to maintain or achieve whole … Read More
Canadians wait longer to see a doctor than in other countries
Canadians wait longer for health care than people in many other countries, but are generally more satisfied with their experience once they are seen, according to a new report.… Read More
Avoid Licorice While Pregnant
New research from Finland has confirmed that women should avoid consuming large amounts of licorice (or liquorice) during pregnancy. However the limit for safe consumption is still unknown.The study, which was carried out by the University … Read More
Matter of quality Ingredients
Have you ever sat down and watched one of those cooking shows? It’s a great way to get some ideas to shake up you regular cooking routine and bump out of the ruts we all tend … Read More
The hit. The rush. The crash. The need for another fix. This roller coaster-like experience is one we usually associate with an addictive drug, like heroin or cocaine. But studies have shown that we experience the same range … Read More
We know that online shopping is convenient and available to every connected consumer but is it all it’s cracked up to be? Shopping in your sweats from your couch sounds amazing but not every “virtual store” is created equal and … Read More
Toronto health officials have confirmed the presence of norovirus at Humber College after over 200 students reported falling ill with flu-like symptoms.
“We have received laboratory results confirming norovirus in the specimens collected from two ill students at Humber College… Read More
Few memories from childhood conjure up warmer emotions than bedtime stories and your favourite foods. So we’ve paired them up to help you enjoy story time and snacks at the same time.
By The Canadian Press
TORONTO — McDonald’s Canada has started serving its first food containing peanuts or tree nuts not in an individual, sealed package, a move critics say reverses its long-standing position as a safe place for people with … Read More
by Breeze | November 25, 2016
The winter season has arrived! Redesign your living room with our living room decorating ideas and create the perfect ambience for this season. We have a collection of sophisticated living room ideas that will … Read More
Unlike standard medical doctors whom you visit when you have a symptom to be treated, chiropractors offer adjustments to improve spinal alignment and overall well-being before symptoms develop. As successful as chiropractic has become, there are a lot of … Read More
If you’re lucky enough to be born in November you’ve got two great gemstones to call your own; Citrine and Topaz. Citrine is the transparent, pale yellow to deep orange-brown version of quartz. It is rare in nature and before … Read More
In a year crowded with bad news, there was disappointment for Alzheimer’s sufferers: In November, Eli Lily announced the results of a heavily anticipated new drug designed to delay the
CALGARY—A plan to quadruple its Canadian presence to 40 stores has hit a snag for Whole Foods Market, which confirms it will not proceed with planned store openings in Calgary and Edmonton.
The gigantic American natural and organic foods supermarket… Read More