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Inflammation: Underlying cause of killer diseases?
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Health Articles

Socacize!
Revolutionary aerobics program uses African and Caribbean dance moves to help people lose weight and feel great.
Every year, thousands of Canadians make the New Year’s resolution to start working out and lose some of those unwanted pounds. But many of them are just as quick to lose interest when they’re faced with the same old stale exercise routines.
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Creating awareness through the 2012 OBIA Impact Report
In order to support people living with an acquired brain injury, it is imperative that we have a strong understanding of the many challenges that are associated with it.
In Ontario alone there are close to half a million people living with a brain injury, and over 18,000 new cases are added every year.
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What's in your water bottle?
If it's anything other than water, it might be more harm than help.
There was a very funny article in the New York Times recently titled, “Kale, Juicing, Trouble Ahead.” The author is a self-described health food nut. She was into veggies and grains before everyone discovered Whole Foods stores.
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