Healthy Recipes

Hawaiian Ham
Makes 8 servings

The Interview

Brain Spark: Better memory and focus naturally
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Non Profits

Learning Disabilities Association of Niagara Region
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Wellness Articles

Podiatry Expert
Elio’s Custom Solution: Alleviates Foot Pain
PROBLEM: Eva Andres suffered from sore feet complicated by ill-fitting shoes for many years. Eva needed medically approved custom shoes and foot orthotics to provide stability and comfort to help her walk pain free.
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Nutrition Expert
Always Eat Breakfast!
Do you eat your breakfast? If you think skipping breakfast will help you shrink your waist line, think again! Let’s break down the word; Break-the-Fast. In order to get your day off on the right track, you need to Break-the-Fast!
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Reproductive Health Expert
What steps can I take to increase my chances of having a healthy pregnancy?
50% of all pregnancies are unplanned, so start by planning for yours. The first thing to do is book a preconception appointment with your health care provider.
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Plugged-in, turned-on and healthy
Last Issue I was talking about walking for fitness and how life has changed from going for a walk with your grandpa to going for a walk with your FitBit.
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Chill!
Natural Stress Solutions
If you’re like many people today, you have too much on your plate and are under constant pressure and deadlines—at work, at home or maybe even at play.
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Brock-community study to improve wheelchairs for children with cerebral palsy
A five-member Brock University research team has partnered with two community groups—Niagara Children’s Centre and Niagara Prosthetics and Orthotics—to find out more about how and why children with cerebral palsy produce heat and get sweaty in their chairs.
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