Category: Guest Bloggers/Articles

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Jan2013
Written By Douglas Robb This study found that individuals who focused on behavior-changing strategies were much more successful than those people forced to endure their ... Read More
January 23, 2013Guest Author

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Dec2012

Why Green Tea?

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Green tea has been used as a medicine for thousands of years, originating in China but widely used throughout Asia this beverage has a multitude of uses from lowering blood pressure to preventing cancer. ... Read More
December 17, 2012Guest Author

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Nov2012
It’s very important to get enough sleep every night and as a teenager I know it can be very hard to do.  Taking this into consideration, I ... Read More
November 9, 2012Guest Author

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Oct2012
As an acupuncturist, everyday I hear the same questions over and over again; and guess what? I’d like to be able to answer ... Read More
October 26, 2012Guest Author

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Oct2012
The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – BC/Yukon Region (CBCF) is proud to host the Ask an Expert event in Victoria, BC on Tuesday, October 30th 2012 at 7pm at the ... Read More
October 24, 2012Guest Author

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Oct2012
When Tracy Tarnowski was diagnosed with breast cancer, she opted to have a double-mastectomy, even though her malignancy was confined to only one ... Read More
October 12, 2012Guest Author

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Oct2012
It’s been seven years since the Supreme Court of Canada struck down Quebec’s ban on using private insurance for “medically necessary” services covered by medicare. Little ... Read More
October 2, 2012Guest Author

28

Sep2012
In Autumn, we observe nature withdrawing inward.  We see leaves wither on the branch as the trees gather energy inward and down to the deep center and roots to ... Read More
September 28, 2012Guest Author

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Sep2012
A new study of acupuncture — the most rigorous and detailed analysis of the treatment to date — found that it can ease migraines and arthritis and other forms of chronic pain. The ... Read More
September 20, 2012Diversified Health Clinic

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Sep2012
It's no secret that the nature of work has changed over the past fifty years. Most of us no longer rely on brawn to bring home the bacon, but instead rely on brains to navigate the knowledge economy. But could this change in work habits slowly be killing us? Click through the ... Read More
September 14, 2012Carmen Scott