Tag - March 2022

How to protect yourself from fraudsters targeting seniors

(NC) From telephone calls to suspicious emails or text messages, fraudsters take advantage of the pandemic to prey on consumers’ fears, often targeting seniors. But, like the old saying goes, “If it seems too good to be true, it probably is.”? It’s important to be very cautious when receiving any kind of message that appears to...

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Walk it Off

Nordic walking offers super fat-burning workouts Looking for a great fat-burning workout? Nordic walking is designed to trim your belly and slim you down. Best for: A trim tummy without the hard work. Why it’s a fat blaster: You burn 20 per cent more calories Nordic walking (using cross-country ski-type poles to involve your...

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Protect Yourself from Fraud During the Pandemic

Take extra precautions Source: Newscanada.ca The last thing you need in this time of uncertainty is to become a victim of fraud. And fraudsters are not slowing down. In fact, they are taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to prey on consumers’ fears. But the more informed you are, the better you will be able to protect...

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Prefer your tea plastic-free?

Oteas line of floral, fruit, and herbal teas come in creative blends of wonderful healthy ingredients including herbs, spices, and botanicals and a wide variety of delicious flavors like strawberries and cream and black tea with caramel. But better yet, the tea bags and all packaging are 100 per cent plant-based and completely...

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Start Fresh! Your Complete Guide to Mid-lifestyle Food and Fitness

Chef Diane Clement and Dr. Doug Clement Whitecap Books Ltd. Start Fresh! is a comprehensive guide to food and fitness. Healthy eating combined with a realistic exercise plan is key to maintaining optimal health and avoiding chronic illnesses like heart disease and diabetes. Getting fit and staying healthy is hard work and...

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Hassle-free security solution

If you’re tired of searching for your keys or replacing lost ones, then a Jounjip Keyless Entry Door Lock is the solution. It works with a code combination and is entirely mechanical. It’s easy to install with no batteries, no power installation, and no wiring required. It features two standalone keypads that you can personally...

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Powerful rechargeable lantern for power outages

You’ll really get a charge out of this power outage lantern. Literally. Not only does the Blazin’ Sun 1500 Lumen Lamp provide you with powerful light, it is rechargeable so you’ll never need to hunt for batteries, and it can also power your cell phone. Patented COB bulbs provide 360 degrees of white light in four different...

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Flexible tripod makes virtual living easier

These days, smartphones have become a preferred mode of communication, and video chats are great, but holding your phone while chatting is cumbersome. That’s why TalkWorks Photo Collection’s tripod stand with cell phone holder is the ideal gadget. The universal mount is adjustable for a custom fit, and its flexible legs can be...

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Save your skin while shredding food

It’s highly unlikely that anyone who has ever used a steel grater hasn’t lost some skin at some point, especially when you get down to that last little nub of food! But this new little gadget called SAFEGRATE™, invented by Lori Turk of North Vancouver was purposely designed to protect digits from shredding while grating. It’s a...

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The best way to watch your step

Thread Nanny Anti-Slip Treads are a smart and simple solution to make steps, stairs, and even ladders safer to walk upon. And their pre-cut peel and stick design makes them a breeze to install. Made from materials that will never be abrasive to bare feet or animal paws, the sturdy treads are coated with strong commercial-grade...

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