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Ten Strategies For Harnessing Stress

Ten Strategies For Harnessing Stress

Submitted by Dr. George Traitses  Stress has become a fact of life, and for some, the daily norm. Although occasional stress can help improve our focus and performance, living with chronic stress can backfire by causing anxiety, depression, and serious ...

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5 Myths About Losing Weight This Year

5 Myths About Losing Weight This Year

M.D. Breaks Down Why It’s Not Your Fault Obesity in Canada  is a growing health concern, which is “expected to surpass smoking as the leading cause of preventable morbidity and mortality … and represents a burden of Can$3.96 billion on ...

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The Many Health Benefits Of Skiing

The Many Health Benefits Of Skiing

NC – If you’ve already booked your skiing holiday, you’re probably looking forward to perfecting your snow bunny look and enjoying winter treats in the lodge. But your vacation can provide plenty of fantastic health benefits too, including weight loss, ...

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Boost Your Health With This 4-Step Plan

Boost Your Health With This 4-Step Plan

NC – The signs and symptoms of diabetes can range from unusual thirst to blurred vision. Sometimes people can mistake them for something else, or miss them altogether. Dawn Gallant, a nurse in Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador, initially missed ...

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HEALTHY REASONING: DIABETES – New Treatment Options

HEALTHY REASONING: DIABETES – New Treatment Options

By Allan Bucka Jones Pride Health Columnist According to the Canadian Diabetes Association there are over 9 million people in Canada living with diabetes or pre-diabetes. Of the 3 million with diabetes, 90 percent are diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, ...

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How To Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

How To Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

Submitted by Dr. George Traitses “The idea that Alzheimer’s is entirely genetic and unpreventable is perhaps the greatest misconception about the disease,” says Gary Small, M.D., director of the UCLA Center on Aging. Researchers now know that Alzheimer’s, like heart ...

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