11 Jun

How Can Physiotherapy or Chiropractic Help in Sports Injury?

For athletes, incurring an injury is inevitable especially when most sports are physically engaging and demanding. As you go through daily training and even in actual competitions, there are so many things that can happen. From sprains or strains to major injuries, you might ask, what is the best treatment available? For some, the readily […]

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04 Jun

All you need to know about Acupuncture

7 Facts About Acupuncture You Didn’t Know Acupuncture has long been known as an effective treatment widely used by the Chinese. But for many people, it is often associated with needles. Yes, acupuncturists make use of needles. But this natural treatment goes beyond just that. Acupuncture is known to have a wide range of health […]

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31 May

What are the different type of Tendonitis?

TENDONITIS Another part of the body that can make our life miserable if we don’t take care of it rapidly. Yes, we are very fragile human-beings and we love to complain and whine. Don’t we love getting some attention from our close ones? Maybe more the men than women for some reason. Not sure why […]

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30 Apr

Naturopathic Treatment ensure zero after effects!

  Naturopathic Medicine is the integration of science, research and natural substances to support the body to heal itself naturally. Naturopathic treatment in Burlington is considered to be effective and harmless. It includes clinical nutrition, herbal medicine, homeopathy, acupuncture, physical medicine and lifestyle counseling. Naturopathic Services in Burlington offers a variety of naturopathic and integrative medicine services to help men, women and children work towards […]

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29 Mar

How a Speech-Language Pathologist can help with swallowing difficulties?

When you are a Speech-Language Pathologist, you almost always bring your work home with you. And if it’s not in the form of paperwork, it’s your clinical thoughts and opinions. We are passionate professionals, and it’s common for our brains to frequently be in “problem-solving mode”. I can only speak from the perspective of working […]

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26 Mar

Brain Health and Sleep

Roughly 40 per cent of Canadians will experience a sleep disorder during their lifetime. Research has outlined that being chronically sleep deprived raises the risk for diabetes, obesity, heart disease, mood swings, depression, memory problems as well as slowed reaction times. The mere recognition of what is an emotional and what is a neutral event […]

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16 Feb

International Childhood Cancer Day

February 15th was the International Childhood Cancer Day which highlights the need for united global actions to address the growing challenge posed by this non-communicable disease. There are much less children with cancer compared to general adult cancers and the number of lives saved is significantly higher; there is a high survival rates in industrialized […]

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04 Jan

Is there a link between heart disease and dental hygiene?

While we all know how important it is to keep dental good hygiene, we sometimes forget the importance of flossing. I don’t really want to push you away from reading this article but people with poor hygiene have between 100 million and 1 billion bacteria on each tooth compare to 1,000 to 100,000 bacteria from […]

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18 Dec

How do you choose good supplement?

  The topic of supplements has long been controversial, with some healthcare professionals claiming that people who eat a well-balanced diet do not need additional vitamins or minerals. Others, in contrast, are enthusiastic about the healing power of some particular nutrients being added to ones diet. For most people, a multivitamin may provide a bit […]

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08 Dec

Holidays and Weight Control

  ALCOHOL AND WEIGHT CONTROL Don’t we love holidays! Coming up to Christmas holidays, it is certainly a time of the year that we easily indulge ourselves with lots of goodies. And during holidays, eating and drinking do correlate with each other closely. During festivities, we tend to put an effort on wearing nicer clothes. […]

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