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Flu Prevention

 In Canada, flu season usually runs from November to April and an estimated 10-25% of Canadians may get the flu each year. When most people think of flu symptoms, they think of body aches, fatigue, and maybe a cough. However, influenza, or the flu, actually begins as a respiratory infection caused by the influenza virus.


If laid out in one continuous line, the vessels in our body's circulatory system (arteries and...

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Hearing Loss

"My wife says I never listen to her…at least I think that's what she said."~ AnonymousMany of us...

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Lycopene is a phytochemical (any biologically active compound found in plants) found in red fruits...

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Your Kidneys

Your kidneys are the master chemists in your body and maintain the purity and constancy of your...

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While sleep requirements vary slightly from person to person, most healthy adults need between 7.5...

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Sun Protection

So what is the ultimate sun protection? Shade! As funny as that sounds, staying in the shade is...

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Blood Pressure

Your blood pressure is a good type of pressure that you'll want to know all about. Normal blood...

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