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3 Ways to Reduce the “Middle-Age Bulge” – Ottawa, Weight Loss, Nutrition Tips

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3 WAYS TO REDUCE THE “MIDDLE-AGE BULGE”

As health and fitness coaches who work primarily with people over 50, this topic comes up quite frequently in session.

Client A – “How do I get rid of this (as client points to mid-section)?”

The answer to this is never quick and easy. But there are things that are in your control, that can make a difference right away. Continue reading

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10 Benefits of Stretching That Will Make You Feel A Whole Lot Better

When you go to the gym you always see people stretching, the same is true for athletes before the big game, and heck, Yoga and Pilates are both forms of exercise that are based mainly around stretching. You may think that stretching is useless, but you could not be more wrong. After all, athletes and hardcore exercise enthusiasts wouldn’t stretch before and after any kind of physical activity if it didn’t actually hold any benefits. Continue reading

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Furniture for Hospitals and Healthcare

Editorial and Photos by Global Furniture Group

We can easily take for granted the high standards that our hospitals and health care offices usually follow. While there may be wait times that we’d rather than have to endure, one thing remains constant, and that is the quality of the furniture that patients have access to when visiting. One of the most important standards in the level of care that hospitals in particular pride themselves on is the quality of the care that they’re able to offer patients that need to stay with them while receiving treatment. A big part of this this the quality of the furniture that patients will use while recovering. Continue reading

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Beat the Heat & Stay Safe

REMINDER: Heat can KILL, People….
Follow these tips to protect your family and yourself

Remember back in January when we longed for this – the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer? Yep. Now it’s crazy hot, so we need to be careful to keep the kids and ourselves well Continue reading

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Guard Against Ticks and Lyme Disease

Photo: Anna Perez

by Pam Dillon

It’s official. Ottawa is a risk area for Lyme disease. Last year, over 20 per cent of ticks tested by Ottawa Public Health were Lyme disease carriers. What’s more, since 2010 the number of Lyme disease cases has shot up from seven to 75 in 2016. Continue reading

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Speak Up for Workers with Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Join the protest against drastic cuts to WSIB’s hearing loss program. These cuts jeopardize the health and well being of workers with noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). Continue reading

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For Kids:

The Connected Philips Sonicare for Kids is a rechargeable power toothbrush, newly designed with Bluetooth technology to give kids a whole new brushing experience. Together with the Sonicare for Kids App, featuring Sparkly, the Connected Philips Sonicare for Kids helps establish good brushing habits for life, while parents and dental professionals enjoy the superior results of a Sonicare clean. Continue reading

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Sneaky Blends cookbook helps kick-start a healthier lifestyle

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The SNEAKY BLENDS book gives you the tools to round out your meals with healthful, hidden nutrients. Continue reading

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Don’t Eat More Vegetables and Really Don’t Eat This Other Stuff

By Dr Alan Viau

For years we have been bombarded with news items declaring obesity and diabetes as epidemic in our North American society. And it is true. Our society has hit all-time highs in recording of health problems related to these two conditions Continue reading

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I Am Not A Cancer Survivor – I Am A Thriver

By Dr Alan Viau
The year 2015 is a lost year for me. Three different cancer operations in January, June, and December will do that. I made it through… surviving cancer. However, I found that I re-emerged not as a cancer survivor but as a thriver.

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