Prolonged Sitting: Health Risks

These days, whether at work or at school, many of us spend far more time sitting than our bodies can handle. As a result, we often see a lot of related musculoskeletal problems in our clinics including tight hip flexors and quads, poor range of motion in our hips, and…

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Are you losing your hair? While hair loss can be a natural function tied to age or genetic factors, this isn’t always the case. Sometimes, hair loss can be directly related to your diet. In fact, both men and women can experience hair loss, or a lack of hair growth,…

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September can be a stressful time. It’s filled with schedules that are jam packed, new routines to be followed and numerous daily trips/errands. Between work, school, sports practices, doctor’s appointments and social outings, it’s easy to start feeling overwhelmed, rundown and even depressed. However, did you know that the key…

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It’s that time again! September means back to school and, for many, back to a busy and possibly stressful routine of school, appointments, practices, sporting events, meetings and much, much more. At this time of year, it’s common to let a few things slide while you’re running from place to…

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This recipe is a great break from the traditional sandwich – no bread required! Pack the chicken and apple mixture in a small container and let the kids assemble it at school.       Ingredients: 1 cup (250 mL) cooked chicken breast, diced (about 1) 1/2 cup (125 mL)…

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