After decades of health warnings, awareness campaigns and media exposes, most of us finally get the message that smoking is not only bad for us, it kills. Unfortunately, even as cigarettes have begun to lose their appeal, many teens and young adults are now being drawn to tobacco through…

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When we analyze the performance of the two of today’s best golfers, Adam Scott and Rory McIlroy, we can see that a big part of their success comes from their ability to create separation from their upper and lower body – what’s commonly referred to as the “X factor”. By…

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  There’s nothing like fruit kebabs to amp up the fun factor at snack time or summer get-togethers. Wow everyone’s taste buds by whipping up a creamy yogurt dip spiked with maple syrup!         Ingredients: 8 strawberries, halved 2 peaches or nectarines or 3 plums, sliced into…

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As you’ve probably heard, Health Canada recently came out with a series of proposed changes to the structure and content of food labels. While some might argue that this is long overdue, it’s at least a clear indication that with an aging population, rising health care costs and an increasing…

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Checking & Loosening Your Thoracic Spine

Having a baseline level of rotation is one of the keys to preventing many upper body injuries and to improving performance in rotational sports such as golf, tennis and squash.   In the following video, Dr. Jason Lemieux of Physiomed Oakville demonstrates how to check the range of motion in…

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