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Sun Safety: Choosing a Low Risk Sunscreen

The moment the sun finally makes its long-awaited debut most of us just want to spend all day soaking it in. I’m sure many Canadians feel the same way, as we only have a few short months of summer so the opportunity to take advantage of the sun’s natural […]

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Mosquito Season

First of all – what is DEET? Diethyl-meta-toluamide or DEET is the main chemical found in bug repellents.  There is conflicting evidence surrounding DEET and its safety profile. DEET can act as an irritant and can cause epidermal reactions (severe reactions are rare) although studies have found […]

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Herb Garden

A great way to cultivate your green thumb this summer is by trying to grow your own herbs. We’ve outlined a great how-to for beginners and included a helpful link at the end for you to get started!   CHOOSE YOUR HERBS: Rosemary, sage, oregano (leave 3-4 […]

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Strawberry Season

Say hello to June and a big hooray for the amazing fruits and vegetables that will be in season this month. Going to pick your own vegetables and fruits is a wonderful idea for a day with the family or a fun date with friends or a […]

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Farmer’s Markets

One of our favourite things about spring is all the wonderful farmer’s markets that bring fresh Ontario products from farm to table. Here are a few reasons why you should support your local farmer’s market: Support local farms and connect with the farmers who prepare your food […]

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Detox- What does that really mean?

The flowers are starting to bloom and it’s time for some spring cleaning. As a follow-up to our spring newsletter, this article will discuss some of the benefits of detox. First of all it’s important to understand what a detox is. Detoxification is the process of transforming […]

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Today Is The Day To Start Making Change: How managing your weight and your diet can influence your Cancer risk.

Two new studies have recently emerged highlighting the importance of good nutrition and maintaining a healthy weight. STUDY #1: Poor Diet During Teens & Early Adulthood Increases Risk for Premenopausal Breast Cancer This study, published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, compiled data from 45,204 women, and […]

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Surviving and Thriving in the Winter: Tips to Keep your Mood and Energy Elevated Through the Season

For many, winter is a difficult season filled with long dark hours and cold temperatures. Whether you suffer from seasonal affective disorder (SAD) or not, winter blues are a common struggle. The lack of sunlight and frigid cold really does a number on mood, and it’s during […]

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Flu Season Spike: Worse Is Yet To Come

With this recent winter storm, we are reminded that even, though the days are starting to get longer, the winter season is heavy upon us and so is the cold and flu season. You may have noticed many of your colleagues sick, maybe your friends and family […]

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Maintaining Youthful Skin and Maintaining Your Glow Naturally

When we first started the InnerGlow program at our clinic over ten years ago, I was uncertain about whether or not I was going to be a fan of it or not. So, first of all, I was ten years younger… so that makes a difference.  Also, […]

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