July - 2016
The old saying is “no pain, no gain” meaning that you need to work if you want to succeed.
I’m often challenged when it comes to choosing health topics. This week I was challenged by an individual who prefers to remain anonymous. She said, I bet you can’t write about farts. Fart, although considered a rude and vulgar term is one of the oldest words in the English language. The mor
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For many seniors, climbing a set of stairs can feel like climbing a mountain in the Himalayas. Unfortunately, these mountains can be found in almost every home and when they lead to important rooms like the bathroom or the bedroom, it can be incredibly frustrating.
It’s strange; I looked back through the columns I’ve written over the past four years and one disease that I overlooked was hypertension or high blood pressure. Considering it affects 17.7% or almost 1/5 of Canadians over 12, this is quite an oversight. May 17th has been designated