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Aging And Oral Health

Aging And Oral Health

By Nabil Mockbil Guest Writer There is a rapidly growing number of seniors (aged 65 and older) in the general population. The “silver tsunami” is a term that has been coined to refer to this growing population of older people. ...

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Be Thankful; Then Dump The Rocking Chair

Be Thankful; Then Dump The Rocking Chair

By Ettie Rutherford Contributing Writer A few years ago, I attended a conference, “Exposure and Profit”, in Toronto. It was conducted by Kelly Mc Causey and others from the United States. One of the things that Kelley still warns against ...

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Standing Desks May Lead To Lower Back Pain

Standing Desks May Lead To Lower Back Pain

WATERLOO, Ontario April 03, 2018 — Nearly half of people who use a standing desk are at risk of developing lower back pain, according to a recent study from the University of Waterloo. The study tested 40 adults, evenly split ...

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Can Anxiety Help Your Memory?

Can Anxiety Help Your Memory?

WATERLOO, Ontario February, 26, 2018 — Anxiety can help people to remember things, a study from the University of Waterloo has found. The study of 80 undergraduate students found that manageable levels of anxiety actually aided people in being able to ...

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Four Lessons Dogs Can Teach Us About Life

Four Lessons Dogs Can Teach Us About Life

By Abby Quillen Guest Writer We adopted a mixed-breed puppy five months ago. She’s jet black with white patches, and we named her Flower. Two little boys, a puppy, and two elderly cats make for a special brand of pandemonium ...

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Why We Get Hangry

Why We Get Hangry

Written by Nicola Brown We’ve all experienced it. It happens when we’re scrambling to meet deadlines and lunch gets pushed back. It happens when we’ve been searching for a restaurant that’s still open late. It happens when our kids get home ...

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