Amelia Fratnik DC ART Improper technique while shoveling snow is seen as the culprit for most wintertime strains. Combining that with the average weight of one shovelful of snow (three to five kgs) can result in a serious risk for injury.  Back problems are prevalent in the winter, especially occurring in those who are not…

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Julia Fountain ND NCMP There’s considerable variation in the nutrition composition of milk alternatives. It’s udder-ly confusing. What are you wanting from your milk?  Are you relying on milk as a calcium source? To boost protein in your diet? Or just purely as a way to add flavour to your smoothie, texture to your coffee…

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Tyler Shippel, ND CISSN We may think that prostate issues are inevitable as there are physiological changes that occur naturally during aging. Almost 50% of men over 50 have enlargement of the prostate; 70% of men over 60; and 80% of men over 70 years of age. This can lead to acute and chronic inflammation…

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Are you a passionate advocate of health and wellness and want to work where others are the same? We’re currently recruiting for: Part-Time Receptionist  Strong communication, time management and organizational skills are an asset. Responsibilities: -Meet and greet patients -Collect and process intake information -Filing and archiving -Schedule appointments -Answer inquiries by phone and email…

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The weather is more on our side lately as we see sunny skies and feel the warm air…..the motivation is out there to become more active outside!  Many of us are enjoying the use of our bicycles- also a great way to get around and to not have to use our vehicles.  So while it…

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