bone density is about more than just calciumStrong bones help us in so many ways, which we often take for granted until we either experience a break or are told we have a moderate or severe fracture risk. For the active lifestyle we all want to enjoy here along the escarpment, being mindful of bone...March 2020
Worried about losing your memory as you age? Already feeling the effects? It need not be a one-way street.
Several risk factors have been identified and associated with age related memory loss, which include social isolation, lack of exercise, molecular...January 2018
Diabetes is one of the fastest growing diseases in Canada with more than 60,000 new cases every year. For people living with this diagnosis, 90% of them have Type 2, which means their pancreases aren't producing enough insulin or their cells aren't using...October 2016
'Flu is not a season' is likely one of the best things I have seen on social media as of late. Influenza is acquired not because it's 'the season' but due to factors like low vitamin D, inadequate hydration, inactivity, and poor nutrition (too much refined...January 2016
Every 12 seconds a woman dies of breast cancer.
- S.D. Kaur
... let’s work together to keep this statistic from touching your life.
What you can do to support your breast health:
develop assertiveness and release anger & deep resentment consume a diet...October 2010
Problem: On September 8th 2010 the Canadian Diabetes Association released a report stating that the incidence of diabetes in Ontario has more than doubled in the past 10 years -- including a direct and indirect financial impact costing the province an estimated...October 2010
Low bone density is not a calcium deficiency.
Are your bones being built-up or broken-down? Actually, both should be happening all of the time... but it is the balance of these processes which is important to establish and maintain. Osteoclasts are cells that continually reabsorb bone while osteoblasts are...November 2006
It is alarming that recent medical statistics and projections predict that the children of today will be the first in recorded history to have a life-expectancy shorter than that of the generation before them.
Chronic degenerative disease processes are to where the fingers...January 2006