Why do we workout

One of the key reasons why so many of us get injured or end up living with debilitating conditions like chronic back pain is poor bio-mechanics. Poor posture, improper balance and bad form when bending, reaching or even just walking can lead to weakness, strains and degeneration over time. While…

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Many people find they suffer from various aches, pains or health conditions that seem to develop out of nowhere and get progressively worse for what seems like no reason at all. These include things like back, neck and leg pain, eye and muscle strain, headaches, bursitis, decreased range of motion,…

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Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that affects millions of people each year resulting in significant pain, numbness, tingling and weakness in the hands and arms. It’s caused by the compression of the median nerve, located on the palm side of the hand, which supplies the impulse to your thumb…

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Feb
2016

Over the last 20 years, the number of Canadians being treated for kidney failure has tripled. Currently, an estimated 2.6 million Canadians have, or are at risk for, kidney disease and those with diabetes, high blood pressure, a family history of kidney disease or those 60 years of age or…

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The Moroccan spices, fresh orange and yogurt give a nice lift to simple fish and couscous. You’ll be amazed at the nice texture and flavour you get by cooking the couscous in the milk. Serve some sautéed greens or a leafy green salad to complete the meal.      …

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